Jerez de la Frontera, Andalusia, Spain,



  • 4 x Stables
  • Newly renovated Home
  • Existing farming business
  • Potential for B&B
  • Ideal location
  • 55.00 Acres
  • 7 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bath/Shower rooms
  • Stabling
  • Paddock / Land

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A Beautiful Fully Furnished Seven Bedroomed Country Home with Land just outside Jerez de la Frontera, Andalusia Situated just a ten minute drive from Jerez de la Frontera this beautiful country home is set amidst undulating country full of vineyards. The property has 55 acres of fertile land, on 50 acres of which various crops are grown. The “cortijo” (farm house) sits in a commanding position on a small hill with stunning 360º views. The original “cortijo” dating back to the 19th century and with some 400 m2 (4,400 sq f) of living space was completely renovated 5 years ago and consists of two different areas: there is the old beautifully restored and decorated cortijo with splendidly carved wooden ceilings, a comfortable lounge with big open fire place, three bedrooms, one bath and a marvelous rustic kitchen with integrated dining area and a separate laundry room; then there is the more contemporary part of the previous barn with two suites of two bedrooms and one bathroom each, a very large hall suitable for parties and other events with its own fully equipped kitchen and bar and another open fire place The “cortijo” can be used as two separate units with the possibility of a small B&B. Surrounding the “cortijo” are numerous fruit trees and a small vegetable garden and at the bottom of the property are stables for up to four horses. The finca has mains electricity, water comes from a well which pumps the water into a large deposit where also the rain water is collected. The finca receives an annual EU-subsidy of € 6,000 and sales of the produce can be as high as € 18,000 making the finca a very interesting investment. The sales price includes the existing furniture!
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