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Recently reduced! This property is presented in immaculate condition and offers breath-taking mountain views across the Guadalhorce Valley. This traditional Andalusian rustic style country house is very well constructed and is distributed over 2 floors.
Ground floor: upon entering the property you access the living room. Although it's a good size room it is very cosy and has a very effective log burner.. The master suite is located on the left and opens out onto the terrace and pool area. Just past the living room is an open-plan farmhouse style kitchen with a dining area and an independent spacious utility room. Under the utility room is a large water deposit tank.
1st floor: a spiral staircase from the kitchen leads to two double bedrooms and a bathroom. From one of the bedrooms you can access a private terrace where you will find a beautiful ancient cork oak tree, a stunning feature!
Outside are various terraces offering stunning views, a private swimming pool and barbecue area. There are 2 carports as well as plenty of additional parking.
The plot is located in front of the house and is distributed over various terraces offering a large variety of fruit trees including peaches, limes, figs, mangos, avocados, almonds, cherries, grapefruits and many more. All of which are automatically irrigated.
In addition, there are automatic entrance gates, an alarm system, wireless internet and air-conditioning hot/cold throughout the house.
The property has a 1st Occupation License.
About alhaurín el grande
Alhaurín el Grande is a beautiful, vibrant town and one of the largest villages in the Valle del Guadahorce, set in a privileged location with fabulous road connections to both the Costa del Sol and Málaga. It is the thirteenth largest city in the entire province of Málaga in population, second only to coastal municipalities, the cities of Ronda and Antequera and nearby Alhaurin de la Torre. It has a population around 25,000, but there is a large presence of foreigners settled in the town, estimated to represent nearly 15% of the total population.
The origin of the name was given by the Arabs, who called it "Alhaurin", where the Catholic Monarchs added "el Grande" to distinguish it from the neighbouring town of Alhaurín de la Torre after the conquest of both sites in 1485.
Alhaurin el Grande is located on the north side of the Sierra de Mijas at an altitude of 326 metres above sea level, with a benign climate of mild winters and hot summers and more than a third of the days per year have sunshine. It is 29 km from Málaga and 18 km from Marbella.