The farm lies in the south east corner of Andalusia, about half way between Alicante and Granada. Surrounded by gently rolling hills the 16.5 ha farm commands panoramic views over the country side. The nearest major town of Velez-Rubio is just 15 kms away and offers shops banks, restaurants and schools.
The "cortijo"-style house was built in the year 2000 and reflects the traditional Andalusian architecture. The house has a built area of 508 sq m (5.600 sq f) all according to north European standards and specifications.
On the ground floor we find a large living come dining room with high ceilings, fire place and gallery. The equally large kitchen is fully fitted with granite work tops. There is also a guest rest room with shower and two guest bedrooms with shower baths and French doors leading onto the terrace. A room for relaxation and the laundry room complete the ground floor.
On the upper floor are the separate owner's quarters with four bedrooms, a family bath room, a walk-in cupboard and two large balconies. There are also 3 guest bedrooms with en-suite shower baths, gallery and small balconies each.
All rooms have central heating, there is mains water and electricity and a water deposit of 20.000 litres.
In the large and partially covered patio is the popular barbecue surrounded by many colourful plants and flowers. There also is a large garage and a 6 x 10 metre swimming pool with partly covered sun terrace.
At a short distance from the farm building are the equestrian facilities with a large open stable for 15 horses and a fully fenced paddock, an individual box, a horse shower, tack room and feed storage. There also are further smaller open stables for about 10 horses with large open paddocks, a lunging circle and a "playground" for horses. The owner has operated the farm successfully for many years as a horse riding hotel and is looking for something smaller now.
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