Country house for sale in 29566 Casarabonela, Málaga, Spain
Country house for sale - 3 bedrooms
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- Private Garden
- Summer kitchen
- Quiet area
- Close to amenities
- Bus Route
- Fenced property
Reduced from 225,000€ to 174,950€ for quick sale
Beautifully renovated detached Spanish house from 1974
Unique location, away from the business of the coast but within close distance of the beach (Costa del Sol), the lakes of Ardales (Penarrubia) and the famous Caminito del Rey. Within 40km distance of Malaga airport and 5 minutes walk of the village of Casarabonela. The house is on a private communal road that offers a lot of privacy and tranquility. The whole area around the house and garden is gated and can be securely closed off. The garden borders a river. Living area of 100m2 with an additional 10m2 balconyBelow the house, on the same level as the garden, is another area of 100m2 which is currently being used for storage. This area has a lot of potential to be turned into another living area.989m2 land surrounding the propertyOpen-plan kitchen and living room with fireplace3 bedrooms, 1 bathroomElectricity wiring, plastering and painting has all been recently completed to the highest standardsNew and custom-made kitchen with traditional Spanish wood and stoneCustom-made doors and windowsThe floors have been recently polishedHigh-speed internet connectionMains water and electricity connectedSwimming pool on rear terrace, currently covered Garden:Bordering a riverFruit trees including oranges and avocados, as well as two walnut treesDoesn't require much upkeepOffers ample shade in the summer because of the leaves on the trees Casarabonela is a quintessential white Andalucian village with authentic shops for all your needs. It borders the protected nature reserve of Sierra de las Nieves which has many walking and cycle trails. It has been marked as a unesco nature reserve as of 1995.
It is one of the villages in the area that has kept its Roman, Islamic and Christian past with its small, narrow and steep streets, and its view on the valley and the sea. The village is known for its oranges, olives, almonds and many traditions. Some of these can be experienced during its many holidays, including Easter, Cruces de Mayo and the Feria y Fiesta in July, honouring the apostle of Santiago.
(The property is divided in to two parts on the plot of 989 m2. There is the main house with orchard and terraces, and separately a three storey garage building, which is included in the total build size.)
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