villas for sale in alora
This is truly a wow factor country property, if you are looking for a quality house in a quiet and privileged area with beautiful views, then this is your home! It is located just a 3 minute drive on a good country lane just 5 minutes from the town of Álora https://goo.gl/maps/fDPoC7N8ydf6hQAp6 and 40 minutes from Malaga Airport.Sitting in the middle of the extensive 30,000m2 plot this 4 bedroom 3 bathroom property has been tastefully reformed to keep many original qualities, the build size is 400m2 over two floors.The magnificent entrance door was originally from an 18th Century French Monastery, this opens into a large full height ceiling reception hallway with wood burner. Double doors from the hall lead to an open plan dining room and lounge area with a large wood burner fire, and through into a large kitchen with second dining area that has French doors out onto the covered terrace area with utility room and the pool.There is a ground floor double bedroom with en-suite bathroom, upstairs we have another double bedroom with en-suite plus a single bedroom / office and a huge open area that is currently a games room and entertaining area with bar.The outside area comprises of a tiled patio and swimming pool with a covered area that is a perfect place to enjoy the views and a feature archway to the mature rear garden with a water feature and pond. The plot has an abundance of olive and Spanish oak trees and its own cave!Also, at the rear of the property we find a separate guest double bedroom with its own en-suite and terrace area.There is ample parking plus a covered carport.The property benefits from mains drinking water, well water, mains electricity and an internet connection.Álora has a train station with regular trains into Malaga, also supermarkets, a medical centre, banks, all the usual amenities you would expect from a thriving country town.The famous Caminito Del Rey, the lakes of Ardales and the mountains of El Chorro are just a short drive away.In between 1587 and 1593 Álora was home to the fabled Cervantes and in 1628 Álora gained independence from Málaga. Álora is said to be the birthplace of Malagueño flamenco.