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Beautifully renovated four bedroom property for sale in Arboleas, set in a well sized plot with a swimming pool and stunning views over the Andalucian mountain ranges.

The front door leads through to an entrance hall which gives access to two well sized double bedrooms and a large family bathroom.

There is then a large light and airy fully fitted kitchen with a dining area, and access to the courtyard where there is a bbq and shaded seating area. There are also two well sized rooms for storage.

On the first floor you come to a bedroom on the right and on the left is a spacious living room with a feature wood burner, and access to the swimming pool area.

The main bedroom is also upstairs. This bedroom is very large, light and airy, and has its own en-suite bathroom.

The swimming pool is surrounded by a large sun terrace, and there is a lovely area which could be covered and used as an outdoor bar / dining area. This area is higher up which gives you spectacular views over the Andalucian mountain ranges.

This Spanish property has been fully renovated to a very high standard yet many typical features have been kept giving it a lovely feel.

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Cortijo Hermandad AH 9784

A country house in the Arboleas area

169,950 £149,819 *

  • Type: Country House / Detached
  • Condition: Renovated
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Floor area: 160 m²
  • Land area: 469 m²
  • Water: Connected
  • Electricity: Connected
  • Telephone: Possible to connect
  • Swimming pool: Private pool
  • Special Features
  • High quality renovation
  • Stunning views
  • Swimming pool
  • Character property
  • Short walk from amenities

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Arboleas, Almeria

Arboleas, Almeria

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