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Reference 242566

5 bedroom Villa for sale with countryside view in Alhaurin el Grande, Andalucia

620,000 EUR
533,200 GBP 663,400 USD
Nestling in over 3 acres of glorious land with beautiful gardens, an expansive pool and fruit trees, is this charming 5 bedroom villa enjoying far reaching countryside views from its peaceful location near all amenities in Alhaurin el Grande.

This spacious rural property is situated on a large rustic plot planted with orange, olive, almond, custard apple and persimmon trees. It also has access to a eucalyptus forest and holm oaks for the production of firewood.

There is a summer kitchen, workshop, wood store, machine store, 300Mb fibre optic Internet, and an alarm system, air-conditioning throughout as well as central heating radiators heated by a wood boiler with a 2,500 litre manual wood storage tank or automatically by a gas boiler.

The house itself has 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 WCs, a living and dining room with fireplace and access to a glazed terrace, and a fitted kitchen. It is built with double-layer masonry and fibreglass wool insulation, while the roof in the attic is insulated with insulation boards.

There is also a pump with heat exchanger to heat the swimming pool in case of excess temperature in the heating accumulator.

The 300-litre hot water tank is heated by 16m2 solar panels or, if there is not enough solar energy, by a gas boiler (6 x 35kg gas bottles in the storage area outside the house). For the irrigation of the garden and fruit trees there is a groundwater pump, which automatically feeds a 16m3 water tank.

The lawn and the plot are irrigated by a booster pump and automatic irrigation timers. The fruit trees are irrigated manually by a drip irrigation system.

Features

Reference242566
Price620,000 EUR
Number of Bedrooms
Bedrooms
5
Number of Bathrooms
Bathrooms
2
Floor Space in Metres Squared
Floor Space
272.0m2
Land Size in Metres Squared
Land Area
1.4 Ha

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This Villa is located in Alhaurin el Grande in Spain

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