This enormous village house with 394m2 built over two floors, with an interior patio for cool summer days. The property is very flexible along with all the bedrooms there are two kitchens, two sitting rooms, large landing area, at the rear there is a roof terrace with lovely mountain views and over the village. The property has air conditioning units in several rooms for hot and cold air. It is currently used as a museum packed full of interesting things to look at. The property could with a little work be divided into two apartments, or could be made into a Bed and Breakfast.
Mains water and electricity are connected. Internet is available from several local suppliers.
The Village is situated at over 800 metres above sea level, on the southern slopes of the Sierra Nevada, a spur of the highest mountain in Spain. Before the in 1935, the church was burned by and during the war it was just behind the republican front lines; the remains of trenches can still be seen up the mountain. These trenches represents the furthest advance of the into after they took Granada.
The people of the village still largely work on the land, often using mules. There are many olive groves (and an olive oil processing factory), almonds, oranges and lemons, along with vegetable gardens. Situated around one and a half hours from Malaga airport. The historic City of Granada around the same distance.
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