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With a great central location, this large versatile property, spread over 2 floors consists of, on the ground floor, spacious studio with storage area and a WC, 4 double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms. The first floor has a dining room, kitchen, lounge, and toilet. Outside, there is a large shaded terrace with plunge pool and roof terrace of around 300M2. The roof terrace has magnificent views of the surrounding countryside and is equipped with pergola and sun beds. The current owners operate a residential self-catering painting school and have their own accommodation also on the first floor comprising lounge, double bedroom with en suite bathroom, dining room/study, and kitchen. There is an outside storage area and private access to the pedestrian passageway leading to the street.
This property offers a great business opportunity or family/holiday home. The current owners generate a healthy income (15,000€ per annum) from holiday rentals in the spring and summer months only. They also operate a successful painting school where students can stay at the house. Accounts are available for interested parties. As the owners are about to retire all of the household basics such as beds, bedding, some furniture, kitchen equipment, etc. are available for a ‘ready to go’ business; items/price to be agreed. Viewing recommended.
Alcala de los Gazules lies within the Alcornocales Natural Park. The Alcornocales (The Cork Oak Grove) is a vast park of some 167,767 hectares, from Tarifa in the South to the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park in the North. It is not only a haven for wildlife including storks, kites, buzzards, Spanish Imperial Eagles, vultures, Eurasian Wolves, Egyptian Mongoose, wildcats, polecats, weasels, fallow deer, roe deer and Iberian Lynx but it is most famous for its cork trees. The numerous trees and quiet lush county side provide a wonderful environment for the wildlife. The cork from the trees is still harvested and most goes to the wine bottling industry. The park is a fantastic area for nature lovers, walkers and those who enjoy fresh air and magnificent scenery. The pueblo of Alcala de los Gazules is an interesting combination of elegant plazas, corkscrew streets and whitewashed buildings. Some of the castles still remain from the Arabic period and many religious buildings constructed at the time of the re-conquest by the Christians are still in evidence. Also of interest is the Fuente de la Salada. It is one of the many examples of Roman ingenuity and engineering still visible in Spain. Alcala is ideal for those who like a small intimate town with open countryside within walking distance. Alcalá is also ideally located for visits to the other magnificent towns/cities of Andalucía, the unspoilt beaches of the Costa de Luz or skiing in the Sierra Nevada’s or perhaps a trip to Morocco. This charming pueblo now offers some of the most attractive and unusual Costa de Luz properties we have available.
Note: All distances are approximate and given in good faith.