CSV Property presents:
Rustic country property located between the vibrant town of Mula and the village of Pliego at the foothills of the Sierra Espuña Natural Park in the Region of Murcia.
Youtube aerial video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qydpcBz_Awc
This was a new build construction of 150m2 with the interior layout designed and completed by the current owners to a high standard.
Over 2 floors; the ground floor accommodation is access from a raised terrace at the front and comprises 25m2 lounge with 9m2 dining room and hallway access to 13m2 kitchen, family bathroom and 2 bedrooms. A staircase from the lounge leads to 2 additional air conditioned bedrooms with adjoining bathroom. A door leads out onto a spacious 46m2 rooftop solarium. The ground floor is heated from a woodburner in the lounge. An adjoined utility room with wash basin and washing machine offers storage space as well as a workshop area.
The 3000m2 plot is fully fenced and is entered via a large metal sliding gate. There is ample room for parking several vehicles. The plot is terraced with the house taking the commanding high position with the 8 x 4m pool alongside and lower terraces planted with Olives, Lemons and other fruit trees.
UK Satellite TV is installed as well as Internet. Mains services are connected.
Mula is situated to the Northeast of the Sierra Espuna Natural Park and is reached quite easily off the Autovia which runs from the City of Murcia into the Northwest of the region. The area was inhabited by the Moors and the castle of Mula, a remnant of their occupation, still sits overlooking the town and can be visited today. The Plaza Mayor is the centre of the town and the Town Hall, the Audencia del Marques de los Velez, dating back to the 16th century, is located there. Mula is best-known for the tamboradas (drumming processions) made during Holy Week, which in southern Spain are traditional of a region formed by Mula, Moratalla, Hellín and Tobarra.
- Air conditioning
- Roof terrace