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A rare opportunity to purchase a very large townhouse with amazing mountain views.

This 16-room property has been tastefully renovated and overlooks the Almanzora valley. The property is spread on 3 levels and in brief it comprises of a large living room, library, kitchen, 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large balcony of 15m2 and patio of 37m2.

Everything in the Cortijo is original from very thick stone walls, marble features, rustic ceramic tiles and wooden flooring to wooden beams and a large fire place. As one would expect in a village the Cortijo benefits from mains electricity and water. The village of Urracal is predominantly Spanish and offers all services and amenities including a municipal swimming pool.

This really is a rare opportunity and the first client that views this property will fall in love with it. For more information or to book a viewing appointment please visit Almeria Homes office or contact us by phone or e mail.
Mains water and electricity are connected.

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Casa Passiflora VX 10036

A village house in the Urracal area

80,000 £71,508 *

  • Type: Village House / Terraced
  • Condition: Resale
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Floor area: 360 m²
  • Land area: 120 m²
  • Water: Connected
  • Electricity: Connected
  • Telephone: Possible to connect
  • Swimming pool: No pool
  • Special Features
  • Amazing property for sale in Almeria
  • Outstanding views

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Location (approximate)

Urracal, Almeria

Urracal, Almeria

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