This property is situated just off the main street in the large village. It is on the old main thoroughfare which leads down to the lower part of the village. Many of the houses were also shops, with no 33 being a place where gaseoso was produced and sold.
The house opens onto a spacious hallway with doors into the workshop/storeroom, ground floor apartment and stairs to the upper floors. Above the main door is a stained glass panel giving gentle light to the area. The house comprises three apartments, each of them fully separate, with its own entrance door from the central stairs.
The ground floor apartment could be deemed a studio apartment with lounge/dining/kitchen and a double bedroom behind that from which a door leads to the room with toilet, washbasin and shower. There is an electric water heater. There are also double doors leading directly to the outside should this be needed. This apartment showcases two of the original main beams in the house.
The separate large workshop/storeroom has a storage area under the stairs and a door to the bathroom enabling access for water if required.
The middle floor apartment main door opens into the kitchen. On the left is a shower room with toilet and washbasin with electric water heater. A door in the bathroom gives access to a large under stairs cupboard. Through the kitchen/diner is the twin-bedded room with a balcony overlooking the street.
The top floor apartment is open plan with bedroom, lounge, dining area, kitchen with pantry, shower room with toilet and under floor electric heating, washbasin and shower, and a reading/quiet area overlooking the back of the property. There is a built-in set of wardrobes in the bedroom area, an area designated for computer, etc, and built-in glass shelves in the lounge area. This apartment has two sets of doors with balcony overlooking the street. It also has a wood-burning stove and electric water heater.
The stairs which run through the property continue into the turret where there is a sink, washing machine and storage space. Beyond this is the solar where there is ample space to relax and appreciate the stunning views surrounding. There are two box units here with full length mattresses which could be used as occasional sleeping places should the need arise. Outside is the terrace with mountain views and a small garden.
The property is in an excellent state of repair, having been fully renovated a few years ago. All wiring, plumbing and drainage has been replaced. It has been sympathetically modernised but leaving some original features. The fact that it is in three apartments could lead to it being used as a means to supplement income.
Mains water and electricity are connected. Internet is available from local suppliers.
This property is a town house situated in the Alpujarran village of Cadiar. Comprising three apartments, all furnished and equipped, the house sits just off one of the main squares in the village, yet in just a few minutes one can be walking by the river, and on up the valley to the Sierra Nevada mountains. Views from the roof terrace are stunning with mountains and countryside on view. This property gives the option of having an income if so desired.
The village has everything necessary for easy living – supermarkets, bars, 24 hour clinic, dentist, optician and much more. There are also daily buses to Granada and Almeria.
The calculation is for illustration purposes only providing a quick indication of what your monthly repayments may be, these repayments may vary according to your personal circumstances and the mortgage provider.
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