3 Bed Country House For Sale Jumilla

SKU: IV13071
Property type: Country House


This unique and amazing house is teeming with beautiful artistic features, and is laid out as a very spacious and tasteful home.

The country house has two “wings” on the main house, one with 1 bedroom, bathroom and plenty of storage, the other with 2 bedrooms, family bathroom and again, plenty of storage. In the main living area is an open plan kitchen, dining and living area with wood burning stove, and plenty of unique and beautiful touches.

Outside, there is a large 10x6m swimming pool, with gentle sloped access to the side and the terrace has roman pillars and large veranda to the front and rear of the property. There is also a courtyard and external storage and car park for 4 cars and an olive grove with approx. 160 olive trees

To the side of the property is a large summer kitchen with bread oven as well as large BBQ area and seating.

The property also benefits from an independent casita (120m2), currently used as an artist studio, with the potential to convert to extra living space if required.

Even the driveway to this home is impressive and in the mature and well maintained gardens is a small chapel – ideal for small intimate weddings, or confirmation of vows etc. Combined with the casita, this would potentially make a good business opportunity for special events.

The property has a build size of 364m2, sat on a plot of 10800m2 and benefits from all mains services of electricity, telephone and internet connections, satellite dish, septic tank and there is a water deposito of 21000 litres plus irrigation water

This beautiful home really needs viewing to be appreciated.

Contact the Agent

Mavis Hanson

Real Estate Broker
When it comes to selling property nobody comes close to the dedication and care taken by Mavis. With years in residential sales and marketing, she has a great number of happy clients. Why did she become an agent- well here is her story I began working as an estate agent after entertaining a number of guests in our Bed and Breakfast who were on viewing trips with various estate agents in the area. My husband and I listened to the white lies, sometimes little ones, sometimes whoppers that the agents told their clients. Guests used to ask us for our opinions, of course we had to tell the truth, ‘yes it does get cold in winter’, ‘no you may never get mains electricity in that area’ and so on. We soon became sounding boards whilst our guests made their decisions and friends and acquaintances, realising we had buyers staying with…