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Located in the small village of Arroyo Hurtado, this beautiful property has been lovingly renovated and retains many interesting and original features. This comfortable home is over two floors and has three bedrooms upstairs with a bathroom on both floors. A shower upstairs and a Jacuzzi bath downstairs.
A lounge diner with a wood burner welcomes you from the front door with a staircase to the first floor. Step through to a cosy snug lounge with an efficient pellet burner which is capable of heating the house. The kitchen is finished with stylish fitted cabinets, ceramic hob, oven and fridge. A sliding glass door gives access to a pretty courtyard which includes a summer kitchen with utility area, fitted units and a sink. A metal staircase takes you onto the flat roof terrace of the kitchen where far views across the countryside can be enjoyed.
The property is very well presented, has a lovely cottage feel to it and will be sold with many items of furniture and white goods. It has Satellite TV installed and is connected to mains services.
The villages of La Copa and El Chapparal as well as the towns of Cehegin and Bullas are nearby and together offer all amenities for shopping, banking, healthcare, restaurants and bars.
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.
The town of Bullas has existed since the times of the ancient Romans and grew during the centuries of Moorish dominion of the Iberian Peninsula. After its reconquest by Christian forces in the 13th century its prosperity increased due to agriculture and wine production. The region used to produce wine in bulk until the 1980s when private wineries began to invest in the equipment and technology required for the production of bottled and labelled quality wine. It acquired official DO status in 1994. The municipality of Bullas has an area of 82 km² and a population of 11,435 (2004). The town of Bullas is at an altitude of 643 metres and lies 53 km from the provincial capital, Murcia.
- Roof terrace