Esales Property ID: es5553737
Calle San Placido 70,
With its glorious natural scenery, excellent climate, welcoming culture and excellent standards of living, Spain is quickly gaining a reputation as one of the most desirable places across the world to live or visit. On offer here is a chance to make a smart financial investment in this magnificent part of the world.
Are you looking for an affordable house in a quiet town? This is yours. It is located in Badolatosa (Seville) a beautiful town of 3,200 inhabitants, with a reservoir (Embalse de Malpasillo) where you can walk and enjoy its nature and views, just 9 minutes from the town of Casariche, 1 hour from Córdoba and from Malaga capital and with an incredible location.
It is a two-story house, with 130 m2 and it would be fully furnished as you see in the photographs, ready to move into. On the ground floor there is a living-dining room with a wood-burning fireplace, you will not want to leave this house on winter days. It is connected to the kitchen, which would have all its appliances, it has a pantry where you can store all your food.
On this floor there is also a bathroom with a shower and a patio with a laundry room and barbecue, here you can hang your clothes, have meals with your people and enjoy it to the fullest. On the first floor are the 3 bedrooms, two of them are double and one single, all with large windows and a beautiful ceiling with decorative wooden beams. There is a terrace where the sun shines most of the day and you can spend pleasant moments there. The property is only a 3/4 hr drive tp Embalse de Iznajar with camping and water sports, also los ardales lakes, again there is camping, water sports and the famous walk Camino del Rey.
ABOUT THE AREA
Badolatosa is a city located in the province of Seville, Spain. According to the 2005 census, the city has a population of 3198 inhabitants. You may have heard about Badolatosa and its hamlet Corcoya because they played in Andalusia’s banditry. The famous outlaw José María “El Tempranillo” and his men hid in this mountainous land. You will gain a thorough understanding of this story if you follow the route that will take you to the caves where this bold 19th-century character lived. This outlaw chose an excellent place to headquarter.
The Vadus Latus, high ford, as Julius Caesar called it after the Battle of Munda, is today a town of incomparable charm. In the heart of the Genil Valley, the river and its surroundings are a tourist attraction. Halfway to the hamlet, you can enjoy stunning views from the Meandro Viewpoint. Discover the beauty of its two protected natural areas, Malpasillo and Cordobilla reservoirs.
You will also be pleasantly surprised by the local people’s friendliness, the beauty of the streets and its remarkable architectural heritage. Highlights include Nuestra Señora del Socorro Church, with a replica of the Holy Shroud, and the Shrine to Nuestra Señora de la Fuensanta in Corcoya, whose festival in September attracts many people from the area. Do not miss the great stories and experiences of this land of outlaws.
The province of Seville is located in the autonomous community of Andalusia in southern Spain. Relatively few tourists venture beyond the capital, but its absolutely worth it if you have the time. Much of the province is cut through by the River Guadalquivir, which sets a striking scene. In fact many of the provinces villages and towns are positioned along the river.
Seville is a must for travellers who want to completely immerse themselves in Andalusian culture and history. Sevillanos (natives of Seville) also know how to enjoy themselves to the max; so combine history, culture and frivolity in one and you have Seville.
The beautiful countryside of the Sierra Morena and Sierra Norte Natural Park are fabulous locations for those who love walking, cycling and trekking holidays. Mountain villages and towns dating back to the Copper ages, quaint inns and taverns, ancient castles and pure Andalusian culture, all make for a truly rural vacation.
The Sierra Norte Natural Park is the central section of the immense Sierra Morena, which is made up of the extensive and sparsely populated Sierra Norte Natural Park, a landscape of gently rolling hills clad in dense evergreen oaks. It’s similar to the adjacent natural parks of the Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche and Hornachuelos, in the neighbouring provinces of Huelva and Cordoba. Few foreign tourists make it up here, although it’s a popular weekend retreat for Sevillanos. It is one of Andalusia’s largest protected natural areas, covering 177,484 hectares.
• 130m2 of living space
• 3 Bedrooms
• 1 Bathrooms
• Close to essential amenities like such as supermarkets and pharmacies
• Close to many excellent bars and restaurants
• Great base from which to discover other fantastic areas of the Spain
• Many excellent sports facilities, walking and cycling areas nearby
• Rental Potential through Airbnb and Booking.com
• semi-detached house
• 2 plants
• Good condition
• Storage room
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