Country House: Pliego
CSV Property presents:
Ideal for seekers of peace and space, this comfortable country house on an estate of 50,000m2, includes 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, porch, shed, pool, barbecue and various sun decks.
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Close to the friendly, authentic Spanish village of Pliego. Civilization and everyday amenities so are just around the corner, but at home you experience the peace and space. Surrounded by Olive and Almond trees and nature.
It is a practical house, with all rooms on the ground floor:
– Living room
– 4 bedrooms, one with private entrance
– 2 bathrooms
– 2 separate toilets
– Large room now used as a garage/shed and storage
In front of the house is the spacious veranda (+/- 60 m²), which becomes a covered gangway on one side. The porch, with sturdy square pillars with stone seats and benches is the outdoor living space of the home.
Within the fenced area (+/- 1250 m²) are also the pool, terraces and seating areas, a barbecue area, dog run and carport.
Outside the fenced area are at different levels of the olive and almond trees and some fruit trees. A small part of the plot is lower with a stream.
The almost square living room (+/- 34 m²), heated with a wood burner, has 2 open windows with wooden shutters and a Valentin tiled floor as has the rest of the house and the porch.
The kitchen (+/- 10 m²), accessible from the living room has white cabinets offering plenty of storage space, black granite counter top, double sink and appliances. There is one opening window with wooden shutters.
The hall is accessible from the living room giving access to 3 bedrooms, bathroom, toilet and storage room, there is also the passageway to the pantry.
The three bedrooms (+/- 7.5 m², 8.5 m², 16 m²) are all equipped with a casement window with wooden shutters.
The bathroom (+/- 7 m²) in white with blue details has a shower, bath, toilet and two sinks. There is also a small casement window with wooden shutter.
The utility room (+/- 6.5 m²) has a kitchen counter with sink and washing machine. It is also the passage space to the 4th bedroom, 2nd separate toilet and garage/shed.
The 4th bedroom (+/- 17 m²) has a private entrance and opening window with wooden shutters. There is access to a compact bathroom en suite, with shower and sink. This space is made of cream and anthracite coloured tiles.
The barn (+/- 64 m²) is now used as a barn, garage and storage area, other uses are possible. There are two large sliding doors, and there is a common access door on the other side. A separate area houses batteries and other equipment for the solar and wind energy.
LOCATION AND ENVIRONMENT
The generous plot of +/- 5 hectares is located in the outskirts of Mula and adjacent to the town of Pliego at just 2 km away.
Pliego is located on one of the foothills of the Sierra Espuña. It is a friendly and lively, authentic Spanish village, where every fiesta is celebrated.
A little further on (7 km) is the larger town of Mula which offers an old town of narrow streets, numerous bars and restaurants. Here are larger supermarkets, shops, also more schools and medical facilities. And there is a beautiful lake.
Also in the vicinity is lots to see and do, both in beautiful, fun, lively, culturally rich, historic towns and cities such as Murcia, Bullas, Cehegín, Caravaca de la Cruz and Blanca, as the wealth of diverse nature, such as Sierra Espuña and the Valle de Ricote.
The sea and the beach are within an hour’s drive. That means you have the choice for a day of sea from various destinations. Do you want a city, harbour, sea and surf, there are Alicante, Torrevieja and Cartagena, each with their own atmosphere throughout. Smaller are Puerto de Mazarrón and Bolnuevo. Looking for a rougher coastline and nature, there are several salt lakes and nature parks.
Mula is located in Murcia which is the smallest autonomous province of Spain, just above Andalusia.
The capital is the same Murcia, with its imposing cathedral, old town and university. Murcia belongs to one of the 10 largest cities in Spain and is a half hour drive away.
Murcia has a Mediterranean climate that is strongly influenced by its location on the Mediterranean Sea. The coastline is the Costa Calida (Warm Coast). The airports of Alicante and Murcia are within an hour’s drive.
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.