CSV Property presents:
This is a part renovated property with all the major work completed. Decorate the lounge and tidy up the facade and it’s practically finished. The first floor has wooden floors throughout and the exposed ceiling beams give an authentic rustic style to the property.
Ground floor accommodation comprises spacious lounge and dining area, kitchen, large bathroom with walk in massaging shower area and a utility room.
The first floor includes a large master bedroom across the front of the property offering far views across the countryside, a double bedroom and a twin childs bedroom with access to a first floor terrace.
Mains services of electricity and water 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.
- Roof terrace