Traditional village house spread over two floors with the possibility to enlarge the existing roof terrace which has view of the church towers and surrounding mountains. The main entrance door leads into a reception hall, off this there is a door into a ground floor bedroom, this has a door that also leads to the front of the property which is currently sealed from the inside. This used to be a shop years ago so could easily be opened up and made into an office or shop. theres is also a ground floor shower room with walk in shower enclosure, WC, bidet and hand wash basin. Stairs lead up to the first floor, of the landing area access to the fully fitted kitchen with window to the rear of the property. A side room which has been divided into two with a window to the rear, currently used as a storeroom could make another double bedroom. Another door leads into the sitting room with French window to the front of the property, there are another two bedrooms of this room along with a shower room. Stairs lead up to the top floor with a series of rooms here, currently used for storage and access out onto the roof terrace with views of the surrounding mountains and the church towers. The property is liveable but would benefit from some modernisation.
Mains electricity, water and telephone are connected. Internet is available from local suppliers.
Located in Orgiva, you’ll find banks, cash machines, post office, various supermarkets, numerous bars & restaurants, 3 health shops, a police station, all schools and 24 h medical services.
Orgiva has developed into a small centre of alternative culture, combining old Spanish tradition with the ecological lifestyle of a young foreign community.
Driving 35 minutes along a beautiful mountain road takes you to Salobreña, the nearest beach of the Costa Tropical.
Granada is a 50 minutes’ drive away. Another 30 minutes take you to the ski resort of Sierra Nevada. Skiing is possible between December and May. The highest lifts take you up to 3.400 metres and from there one enjoys unforgettable views of Granada and right across the Med to Africa.
The Moors lived until the end of the 16th century in the Alpujarras. We not only still use their water channels and water deposits, but their original arabic names too. A proposal has recently been submitted to declare the Alpujarras a UNESCO world heritage site.
Hiking is pure pleasure here. It takes a 20 minute car drive to reach the borders of the National Park of Sierra Nevada. You can watch eagles circle in the blue skies, see ibexes fearlessly cross the cliffs above you and feel part of the magnificence of untouched nature all around.
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