Ruin For Sale Macisvenda, Abanilla

SKU: MH4942
Property type: Ruin


Available for sale is a very large plot of 18000m2, in the Sierra de la Pila area, situated next to the river Chicamo in the vicinity of Macisvenda

The River Chicamo is well known to lovers of nature Murcian landscape and rises very close to the plot.

Within the plot there is a large ruin and a cave, and there is plenty of room for chalets or camping pitches, presenting the ideal opportunity to create a lovely campsite or rural retreat in stunning countryside

The plot has two access points, one of which leads by tarmac road directly to Macisvenda, just a few kilometers away. The other takes you on a dirt track down by the river and through the countryside.

The oasis like landscape alongside the river is surrounded by wonderful views, and clusters of pine trees give you a sensation of nature and freedom with no major urban distractions close by. Also, the area enjoys a microclimate avoiding the extreme temperatures of both the summer and winter seasons. In addition to the river and natural springs, you can enjoy the rich flora and fauna, birds of prey and the esparto grass which gave the area its wealth and economy still grows in abundance

The area is ideal for rural tourism with plenty of walking routes and rural activity close by

Some restoration work was begun on the ruin but both buildings are in need of full renovation

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…