Horse Stabling Business Opportunity.
2 bed Detached villa with lots of additional extras, including 6 horse stables and tack room, large wooden chalet, animal pens, paddocks, and lots of stores
The property is ideal for those who wish to live close to the amenities of a town and village, but who also wish to have space and lots of land.
The Villa comprises
2 bedrooms, kitchen, lounge, and 2 bathrooms.
The spacious lounge/diner has feature fireplace, marble floors and ceiling fans. There is fully fitted kitchen with range of high quality wall and base units and top quality marble worktops just off the lounge
The fully tiled family bathroom has large walk in shower, toilet and bidet and heated towel rail
The summer kitchen is incomplete and has no fitted units, but does have a central island and French doors lead to the garden and pool
Externally approximately 10,000m2 of the grounds have been fenced, and gated. There is motor and entry system for gates (needs to be connected).
The large 9×5 pool has Roman steps to one end, shower and terracing all around. The pool area has been enclosed with small walling to create a safe and private area for bathing
There is also 9×5 swimming pool with walled terrace for privacy and paved surround, a large wooden chalet, 6 stables and tack room, paddocks, pool room, dog pen, animal pens and plenty of space for vegetables
The villa benefits from all mains services, water, electricity, solar heating for hot water heating and telephone and internet are available
The property is situated about 6kms from the main town of Pinoso and only a few minutes from the hamlet of Torre Del Rico.
Full description online.
Cañada del Trigo is situated on the border between Alicante and Murcia. The pretty village has many traditional properties and some modern villas in the countryside. Pinoso town is 10 minutes by car, Alicante airport and beaches are 50 minutes away
Weather conditions of the region, low rainfall and number of hours of sunshine per year and the soil characteristics make for suitable cultivation of the vine and the wine industry drives the economy of Cañada del Trigo. There is a cooperative of wine and other wineries in the village. The most characteristic product of this district is Quesos al vino (cheeses of the wine) which has a denominación de origen. Its crust is smooth, very light and has a garnet-red color due being washed in red wine and salt whilst maturing. It is a cheese that can be fried with tomatoes if fresh and is typical of the regions of Jumilla and Yecla.
The village is near to the mountain Sierra del Carche and the lands surrounding the wine crops are protected by pine clad natural areas. Here we find species of flora and fauna such as thyme, rocket, rosemary, lavender, and conifers. Birds of prey such as owls, golden eagles, peregrine falcons or eagles and mammals such as wild cats, foxes and wild boars live in these natural areas.
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