Located close to the town of Yecla.
The property has been extensively renovated by the present owners who due to personal circumstances, now have to sell their dream home
The finca looks very small on the outside, but upon entering you realise just how large the accommodation is
As you enter the finca, there is a spacious lounge and dining area with a Valencian tiled ceiling and wooden stairs lead up to a lovely mezzanine floor above. There is also a bathroom and double bedroom off the lounge
The lounge is divided into two lounges, a summer lounge and a winter lounge, and the wood burning estufa has hidden pipes with air vents which feeds hot air to the rest of the lounge and kitchen area
The kitchen has laminated flooring throughout and is very well fitted with a full range of wall and base units and granite worktops, and leads through to three further double bedrooms and another bathroom. A door leads to a very large underbuild and garage which is presently used as storage and a workshop
The property is in excellent condition and retains many original features and has been finished with handmade doors and furniture in rustic style. It is truly delightful and unique
Externally there is a 8 x 4 m swimming pool and shower, pool pump house and some outbuildings
The property also has an original aljibe, water well, in the garden and the water has been inspected and passed for consumption and so all your water is free
The property is connected to mains electricity and telephone and internet connections are possible
The owners have some further finishing to do and will continue to do the work necessary but it is now mainly cosmetic i.e. the external render
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The province of Murcia has a rich landscape and environment, protected by regional parks. One of the main tourist attractions in Murcia is the coast, known as the Costa Cálida. The Menor and Mediterranean Sea with golden sand beaches, dunes and unspoilt coves. These are the places where we will find Las Salinas and Arenales of San Pedro del Pinatar, Calblanque, Monte de las Cenizas y Peña del Águila, and Cabo Cope y Puntas de Calnegre and you can enjoy a wide variety of water sports: sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, water skiing, scuba diving
A chain of mountains surrounds the plain which Murcia sits upon and they are the main features of the regional parks of Sierra de Carche, Sierra de la Pila, Sierra de Espuña, and Carrascoy y El Valle.
The gastronomy of Murcia is based on excellent fruit and vegetables that come from the irrigated region. Casseroles and typical dishes are made with these raw materials, such as pisto huertano (fried vegetables, with pepper, onion and tomato), chickpea and Swiss chard stew and zarangollo (courgette, egg and onion). And to accompany your meal, you can choose any of the Murcia wines with Designation of Origin label: Bullas, Yecla and Jumilla.
Inland there are historical towns such as Caravaca de la Cruz and Lorca. This town is very attractive because of the many Baroque buildings – parish churches, convents, houses with coats of arms and palaces. San Patricio Collegiate Church and Lorca Castle are National Monuments.
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