Property Features

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Build: 76m2
  • Plot: 30m2
  • Pool: No
  • EPC:
  • Price: 95.000€
  • Reference: ACHCT7

Property Description

An especially unique restoration of a traditional village house in the heart of the white village of Cortes de la Frontera , in the Serrrania de Ronda .
Built into the stone hillside , the owner has been careful to maintain the integrity of the building and has keep some of the stone exposed by incorporating into the design .

This reformation has been carried out to a high standard using only good quality material , wooden floors, thematically sealed European standard triple rubber/double glazed windows to achieve a high standard thermal insulation making the property both sound and water proof against heat and cold.

This traditional home is distributed over three floors, and offers a living room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and terrace.

The space

Ground floor: Open plan living space with living room, dining room and kitchen and a feature stone wall.

1st floor: There is a full size bedroom and a further flexi space with closable door, which can be used as a office/study/TV room or occasional bedroom . Fully tiled and modern bathroom .

2nd Floor Contains the master bedroom suite with ensuite bathroom , feature high vaulted wood ceilings and access to the terrace which is charmingly furnished . A great exterior space to be enjoyed.

Overall summary . This is an exceptionally high standard and sympathetic renovation of a traditional Andaluz village house , It is in immaculate conditions, and ready to move into .

The property has a holiday letting licence and rents out to holiday makers for €60 per night .
Cortes del la frontera sits between the Alcornocales natural park and Sierra de Grazalema natural park in the far western reaches of Malaga province. It is in a superb vantage point overlooking the sweeping Guadiaro valley below, with a spectacular backdrop of the Serranía de Ronda mountains.
Dominating the landscape around the town are extensive woods of cork trees (alcornocales) that stretch from the Guadiaro river westwards, to where the municipal boundary meets Cadiz province, and beyond. Cork has contributed greatly to the local economy since the late 17th century. Cortes used to be one of the richest pueblos blancos because of cork production and evidence of this wealth can still be seen today in the grand 18th-century mansions lining the main street.
Covering over 170km², Cortes is one of the largest municipalities in Malaga province. The town of Cortes has a population of around 4,500 and is located at 623m.
A well serviced town and highly popular with both national and international tourists . This property will always rent out well and could be bought as a holiday home with great opportunities for rental income.

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