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AX764 – Village style house in country setting, Rio Bermuza

AX764 – Village style house in country setting, Rio Bermuza

Published on 12/12/2017 by

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Zip / Town:
Rio Bermuza
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Land or garden:
150m2 plus 33m2 roof terrace


3 bedrooms – 2 bathrooms – 150m2 garden – roof terrace – second ruined house to restore – peaceful location in hamlet

An end of terrace house in a tiny hamlet in pretty countryside with a little garden and a very sunny roof terrace – fully restored.

The village of Rio Bermuza is spread around a sun-drenched hillside just North of the town of Velez-Malaga.  This cottage is located at the end of a little street of country cottages, (end of terrace) and there are no dirt tracks to reach it.

Located at the end of a short driveway, the house faces onto its own private plot of land (approx. 150m2) which consists of a flat grassy area which would make a lovely garden and it would not be difficult to  incorporate a splash pool here.  There are some lovely views of the hills and valley and below, for most of the year the sound of the bubbling river Bermuza is an added delight!  The water and the many trees attract a large variety of birds, so the sound of cheaping and birdsong, intermingled with the sound of water,  is ever present!

The house has double doors into the newly restored interior, entering first into a living room area (7 x 3m), with fully tiled, wired and plumbed kitchen area beyond (3 x 2.5m).  The kitchen units are not fitted, allowing the future owners to choose a kitchen to their own taste and style.  There is a downstairs bathroom with bath (2.5 x 2m).

Steps lead up to the first floor, where there are three bedrooms (all around 3 x 2.5m) with built-in wardrobes,  and a shower room.

Steps lead up again to a very generous roof terrace of around 33m2 with a sink and electricity, to allow for rooftop barbeques and cooking!

Opposite the house, along the little street, is a small ruined house which can be fully restored into a 2 bedroom house on two floors with roof terrace.  The current owner has a quote for the work which comes to around 45,000 Euros, allowing the possibility of creating a second living space, perhaps to let out to holiday makers, or for guests coming to stay.  (In the photos, look for the red steps, which is the entrance to the ruined cottage).  Alternatively, the second house could be renovated and then sold separately, fetching up to 80,000 Euros.

If your aim is to secure a simple, economic property in Spain, perhaps something you can quickly move into but offering a project such as the ruin, and the potential to make some income perhaps on holiday lets, then this property is one to consider.