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AX1030- Casa Flores, 250 year old rustic village house in beautiful hamlet, near Periana

AX1030- Casa Flores, 250 year old rustic village house in beautiful hamlet, near Periana
210,000€

Published on 31/10/2020 by

Address:
not specified
Zip / Town:
Periana
Province:
Malaga
Ref. No.:
AX1030
Bedrooms:
3
Land or garden:
20m2, patio and terrace

Description

2-3 bedrooms – 2 bathrooms – courtyard patio – art studio or workshop – bedroom terrace with beautiful views – location in unique, picturesque, rural hamlet, 6 minutes to Periana (possible to have a one bedroom B&B let)

A simply gorgeous little house, 128m2, estimated to be up to 250 years old, one of those little treasures that occasionally becomes available for sale, in a tiny, sunlit hamlet in idyllic countryside, with picturesque, character buildings.

Located a few minutes outside Periana village, along a country lane, this tiny hamlet nestles quietly and unassumingly in the stunning mountain countryside.  Its pretty houses, with their pink roofs, and painted wooden doors, are complemented by the central square – an old cobbled threshing circle – and a myriad of flowering plants, all against a constant, deep blue sky.

Casa Flores is such a ‘dreamy’ house!  Lovingly restored and beautifully kept, this is a dream cottage in a dream location!

A gravel path, amongst foliage and flowering bushes, leads to blue painted double wooden doors through a wall, leading into the private courtyard patio.  One is at once captivated by this pretty space, with a riot of flowering plotted plants creating a little oasis of peace, and a totally private space.  The patio is ideal for outside living, eating, relaxing, or entertaining.

To the left, a door leads into a spacious, light and bright studio.  This could be the perfect art room for an artist, study room, music room, workshop, or even a room for teaching, or it could be used as an additional guest bedroom.  To the right of the courtyard, a door leads into the guest double bedroom, with beautiful, original beams and a pretty, ensuite shower room through wooden doors.  A little wooden window peaks out over the gravel path beyond.  This room could even be offered as a B&B room let, for tourists, and would, without a doubt, be extremely popular.

Back in the courtyard, a few steps lined with potted plants, leads up to the main door, and into the open-plan indoor living space, with air conditioning. We walk first into a spacious dining area, with large dining table and skylight windows, and beyond, a fully fitted, comfortable kitchen, with a high ceiling and original beams.  And to the right, the room opens out into a very lovely living room, with sofas around the original fireplace, with its original molded plaster detail, typical of this area, along with a woodburner installed for cosy Winter evenings.  There are pretty details everywhere, from beams to interesting alcoves in the thick walls, currently filled with books.

To the rear of the living room area, a long, narrow ‘cave’-like alcove makes a very useful store area, and here the current owners even have a computer stand and chair.  This area could be curtained off, or a door could be installed to hide it from the main room if required.  Next to it are the stairs leading to the upper floor, and a bathroom to the rear, again with beams and a side window, and beautiful, bright floor tiles in green and white.

At the top of the stairs, to the right, is a small single bedroom, currently used by the owners as a dressing room, but making an ideal extra room for one person, or bunk beds for the grandchildren, perhaps.

To the left of the stairs is a main double bedroom.  This delightful room is once again full of original character, with sloping ceilings and beams, two small windows overlooking the side of the house, and a doorway leading out to the terrace.  The terrace makes a fabulous second outdoor space, ideal for reading, relaxing, and enjoying the beautiful view over the countryside.

Properties do not often become available in this hamlet and so this is a chance to purchase a stunning property in a unique, privileged and beautiful location.

Property Summary:
House size: 128m2
Attractive inner patio and upper terrace with views
Unique village setting
Rustic style throughout
Updated paperwork
Mains water, electricity and own septic tank
Council tax/IBI: 217 Euros per annum
Energy rating: F/F

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