Complete ruin, in lovely countryside location, close to Yecla and with good access
The property is a complete ruin and the majority of the walls etc needs removing and rebuilding
There are 3/4 properties in a row, with others nearby in a small hamlet approx 8kms from Yecla.
The property was originally one large end of terrace house, but has since been divided and therefore is now the portion behind, (there is one room from the front portion that is over the lounge area).. This part is now unoccupied, the owners living elsewhere. It may be possible to purchase the other property and return it to just one property but we would need to contact the owner for price etc
Therefore the property at present comprises two rooms on the lower level, one with original open fireplace, (this room has the room belonging to the neighbouring property above), and leads through to another room where the roof has completely collapsed. This room has original aljibe (well) and is to the rear
It would be possible to re-build this part in to two stories, thereby creating a 2 bed property.
The property is situated in a lovely area, in a quiet hamlet and is ideal for someone who wishes to live in the country but not be isolated
The price is very low due to the bad condition of the property, but someone with imagination could return this to a lovely family home
Electricty is within 80mts
Full description online.
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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