First of all the location and the layout, this was originally a very small hamlet of six properties all owned by the same family and the family currently still own five of the six. The “hamlet” has very good access and has magnificent views across the salt lakes of Salinas and to the four mountain ranges. Whilst the location feels remote it is a five minute drive into the town of Salinas and approximately eight minutes’ drive to the bigger town of Sax where there are all the usual amenities, however, in Salinas, you will find a Medical Centre, two mini-markets, a bakery, bars and restaurants, a pharmacy and two banks.
The property is in the middle of three large stone-built houses, please don´t let that be a concern as they have privacy and it would be nigh on impossible to hear your neighbours due to the extreme thickness of the walls.
On entering you are in a large lounge with a stunning feature log-burning fireplace at one end and this leads through at one end to an equally impressive dining room. Straight ahead is an archway to a very large kitchen/diner, the kitchen area is an L-Shape and there is a walk-in pantry at one end. There is also a Double Bedroom and a Bathroom on the ground floor in case there is someone who needs everything on one level.
From the kitchen/diner you can exit into the rear which is an enormous walled patio/courtyard with outbuildings for storage or for a workshop this is where I would put a swimming pool although there is an upright swimming pool included with the property in the land outside of the patio/courtyard.
Upstairs is a simply beautiful landing with plenty of space for a sofa and a couple of bookcases, it´s an area I could imagine spending a lot of time in summer as the interior of the property stays so cool that the family have never even considered air conditioning necessary.
There are four Double Bedrooms upstairs and a family bathroom. Additionally, three of the bedrooms have an alcove that is being used as a dressing area but they could easily be shower rooms to make en-suite bathrooms.
Considering this is a typical Spanish property there is a remarkable amount of natural light especially upstairs.
There is almost 20,000m2 of arable land where olive and almond trees are the norm, the land around the plots is protected and subsequently, there can be no building to spoil any of the views.
To be a neighbour in Spain, especially in the countryside is like being family and the vendors will be living in Murcia after the sale but will spend time in one of the other houses and someone will always be on hand to assist in any way they can without being intrusive.
This info given here is subject to errors and do not form part of any contract. The offer can be changed or withdrawn without notice. Prices do not include purchase costs.