CSV Property presents:
Villa on one level in the rural peaceful area of Cehegin, Murcia. Large Villa with own garden and pool. It has a separate apartment. Driveway parking and a carport. Great location in real Spain with Spanish people.
Kitchen: cooker, microwave, hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, table and 4 chairs, small wood burner.
Living Rooms: Two x 3 setter settees English TV, woodburner, desk and chair.
Bedroom 1 double bed.
Bedroom 2 double bed.
Bedroom 3 two single beds.
Apartment one single bed.
One bathroom with bath, sink and WC.
One bathroom with shower and sink and washing machine and tumble dryer.
Summer kitchen with barbeque. There is also a bar area.
There is English TV and a Petanca court in the garden area. The Patio is very large with a separate bar area. The villa is only 5 minutes in the car from the town of Cehegin and 15 minutes walk. The Villa is ideal for a quiet and relaxation. It is ideal for walkers as there are many countryside and mountain pathways.
Size of the pool is 3 meters by 7 meters. there is a lovely peaceful garden area with a Petanca court. There is a large patio area and a bar that leads on to this area.
The nearest town is Cehegin which is 5 minutes in the car or 15 minutes walking. It has many restaurants and bars and plenty of shops and facilities.
Mains services are connected as well as TV and Internet. The property will be sold furnished as required.
Cehegin is located in the Northwest of the Murcia region 592m above sea level. With a population of around 16,000, it’s landscape boasts mountains, valleys, reservoirs, forests, various flora and fauna as well as orchards of soft fruits, olives and lemons. The municipality, which was once the epicentre of southern Spain, dates back to prehistoric times. The site of Begastri, where you can discover how the first inhabitants lived, can still be visited today. Here you will see cave paintings and remains of the settlement. But what mainly characterizes Cehegin now is the compact old town. Family houses and humble medieval dwellings combine to make a place of history and calm. Its traditionally agricultural economy is now supplemented by natural stone extraction and the emergence of rural tourism.