This beautiful country property is situated in the picturesque mountains by Crevillente and has stunning views all the way to the coast from the terraces and pool area.
The property has a build size of 200m2, set on a 2200m2 plot and benefits from 2 access points, one via a tarmac road with electric gates, and the other entrance at the bottom of the garden The property comprises 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lounge/diner with open fireplace, fully fitted kitchen with full range of wall and base units and useful utility room, plus a lovely L shaped covered terrace The main master bedroom has been extended to add a large wardrobe area and also contains a good sized En-suite. There is also a large attic storage space on this level Externally, the mature garden is low maintenance, planted with a number of different fruit trees on a lower level .The pool area has a bar and plenty of terraced space and there is an outside kitchen, bathroom and storage room. There is also a garage and covered storage areas.
The property has 2 water filter systems to improve the water quality throughout the house and also a storage tank and water pump so there is always very good pressure. There is also riego water which can be used for the garden and the pool and is very cheap.
All the doors and windows have security bars and mosquito nets and there is an alarm system in the house and the garden that runs off sensors. The property benefits from all mains services, mains and agricultural water, air conditioning units, alarm and telephone and internet connections A viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this lovely property
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…