Detached Rustic Property
Charming, 2 bed 2 bath, detached property in a pretty country lane. This rustic house is raised above garden level and can be accessed via the kitchen door at the front or back door at the side of the house near the swimming pool. The house is a typical country style property, consisting of a corridor with rooms coming off from it. The sitting room / dining room is at the end of the corridor and looks out onto the beautiful Andalusian foothills. The master bedroom has a stylish ensuite and the second bedroom shares the guest bathroom. In addition, there is a small office and delightful rustic style kitchen. The property is maintained to a very high standard. It benefits from all the home comforts: wood burner fired central heating with radiators throughout, plus air conditioning/heating in every room. It also has a beautiful garden, fenced off swimming pool and shaded verandah / pergola.
Beautiful Views of Los Alcornocales Natural Park.
At the bottom of the garden, next to the gate, are a car port and old stables now converted into large storage area. This building could be converted into a studio or workshop. The zone is protected and at the foot of the Los Alcornocales Natural Park. Only one residential property is allowed on each plot and the property must be one or two stories maximum. No high-rises allowed! The property is 100% legal and registered at Land Registry. The house’s title deeds also contain the swimming pool and outhouses. As you would expect, the house has electricity, mains drinking water and also access to water for irrigation.
Municipality of Jimena de la Frontera
Located in a small neighbourhood just outside the main village of San Pablo de Buceite some 800m away from the river Guadiaro. It is part of the borough of Jimena de la Frontera. This small nucleus consists of houses either side of a flower lined country lane, each sat within its own plot of approximately 500 – 1000 m2. This zone is popular with walkers and dog owners. The area was once part of the cañada real (common grazing land). The Junta de Andalucia recategorised it in 2011 and handed it to the municipality’s town hall, which is awaiting final approval before parcelling the land with the property. It was approved in principal in 2015. It will then be transferred to the property owners for a nominal fee paid to the town hall. As you know, at times things proceed slowly in Andalusia . . .