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6 Bedroom Villa in Antequera

1,100,000
Listing ID: R2239079
Bedrooms: 6+
Plot Size: 128000 m²
Living Area: 320 m²
Terrace: 60 m²
17th December 2015

Description

This lovely Andalusian "cortijo", just 4 km from the centre of Antequera, with fabulous views over the surrounding countryside, is perfect for those who love the county life yet feel the need to be close to a city centre. The property was totally renovated in 2005 and is perfectly located just a 50-minute drive from Málaga international airport, and with easy access from Antequera centre either via the Antequera Golf Course or by the Antequera – Valle de Abdalajis road.

Accommodation comprises, on ground floor: hall, spacious living/dining room, fully equipped kitchen, 1 bedroom, guest W.C. Lovely spacious covered porch at the entrance with BBQ area, great for outdoor entertaining and lazy Sunday lunches!! First floor: 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 terraces. Possibility to make a 7th bedroom. The property extends for some 128,000m2 and, apart from the garden area with prívate swimming pool, offers a beautiful olive grove with 950 olive trees, as well as lemon, orange, fig trees, etc. Water and electricity connections are through the Town Hall and Endesa, respectively.

A study has been drawn up on the property by an architectural firm in Antequera for a possible extension to the property of approximately 3,000m2 (after segregation) with a view to converting the property into a country guest house. A lovely country home to be enjoyed as such or to convert into a running business. Well worth a visit!

Antequera is a municipality in the north of the Málaga province, and is the largest with regard to surface area. Geographically speaking, it is strategically located in the centre of Andalusia, where the main roads to Málaga, Córdoba, Granada and Seville meet. The city is only 45 km from Málaga. Antequera is an important centre for transportation logistics in Andalusia and the Basin of Antequera (Vega de Antequera), fed by the Guadalhorce River, is a fertile agricultural area rich in the production of cereals, olive oil and vegetables. Noteworthy is the Nature Reserve of El Torcal which stands out as one of the most important geological areas in Europe for its limestone formations. Generally flat, Antequera has a few hilly areas and is famous for its "Lovers´ Rock", which breaks up the plains. Local dishes and foods which must be tasted include the "porra antequerana" (a local variant of the Spanish gazpacho) as the star on the menu, and of course the "mollete" (typical Antequera bread bun or "bap"), and the typical cookies and biscuits (mantecados), meringues (angelorum) and sweets which are called, literally "this tastes so delicious" (bienmesabe) are all sweet delights which are made in the ovens of the local convents.

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