The accommodation is in two cave houses that were owned by a farmer in the late nineteenth century, both are now restored with rustic furniture and decoration, creating a lovely holiday retreat full of character and charm and surrounded by nature.
The property is ideal as a rental property or family home and is located in a privileged enclave, close to the mouth of the river Chícamo. The caves are just outside the village of Macisvenda, in a secluded and quiet location and with good access to the towns of Abanilla and Fortuna, and only 30 minutes from the capital city, Murcia. Accommodation is laid out over the two caves, each of which are self contained and the main cave comprises, entrance lounge area leading to the original bodega which has been converted to a bar area, and with impressive original wine press as a feature, double bedroom, bathroom, rustic style kitchen with original bread oven, triple bedroom, and lounge area. A small doorway leads down to the dining area with small stage feature, original grain store and access to the covered terrace and BBQ. There is also a bathroom and a laundry room
Rustic steps lead up to the smaller cave which comprises, lounge, bathroom, lovely double bedroom and store
Externally there is a kidney shaped pool and a smaller rustic terrace dug into the mountainside
As a rental investment, the property is part of the Rural Tourism and Adventure Group and has a very good turnover and occupancy rate and the nearby river, the Chícamo is well known to lovers of nature and is a place of great geological, botanical and faunal interest.
It is a fabulous and interesting property and will of interest to those who love nature and the countryside
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…