CSV Property presents:
Traditional country house property located a short distance from the town of Cehegin in the area of Carrasquilla.
This charming property has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, a kitchen with dining area, first floor lounge and terraces front and rear.
The ground floor access leads into the kitchen diner which boasts old wooden beams, tiled worktops and splashback and a fireplace with gas fired “wood burner effect” heater. From here a hallway leads to the first two of the three bedrooms as well as a large family bathroom with walk in shower area.
A staircase from the dining area takes you up into the first floor lounge which is the width of the building and has a small terrace with space for a table and two chairs.
The master bedroom suite adjoins the lounge, it is spacious and has an ensuite bathroom with shower. There is a clear glass double french window leading onto a larger terrace with adequate space for a dining table and several chairs. There is a cabinet with a basin and running water as well as far views across the countryside.
A large 4 car garage belongs to the property as well as a pretty garden area with a bread oven. There is also space to install a pool or to create more garden.
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.