Esales Property ID: es5553762
Avenida de la Libertad
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.
An end-terraced townhouse on two floors. Five bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. One bathroom downstairs has a bathtub and walk-in shower. One bedroom upstairs has an ensuite with a walk-in shower, the other is a shared bathroom also with walk-in shower, between two bedrooms. There is a reasonable-sized lounge and kitchen diner. The kitchen is fully fitted with an oven, ceramic hob, and microwave. There is a dishwasher, a clothes washer and clothes drier. The worktops are granite. There is a fridge-freezer.
The house could be divided into two flats as there is a large terrace with access stairs from the back garden. The small garden is walled and low maintenance. There could be space for a splash pool. Currently, the garden supports an orange tree, a lemon tree and a grapevine.
There are primary and secondary schools. In the village there are two large swimming pools and one for toddlers, a football stadium and a park with tennis courts. There are several cafe bars and a restaurant and 2 bakeries, an ironmonger and two small supermarkets for basics.
Free Spanish lessons are available. The present owner has done Airbnb in the house which lends itself to this activity. The village is within easy driving distance, on well-maintained roads, of some of Spain’s beautiful cities. Living here is living in real Spain.
ABOUT THE AREA
Marinaleda is a Spanish municipality of the province of Seville that belongs to the region of Sierra Sur, located in the basin of Genil, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. The church dates from the seventeenth century, in particular from the year 1666. The main altarpiece in its interior stands out, made of in polychrome wood and dating to 1859. There are also two images from the eighteenth century made by the sculptor, José Fabré, in 1776 and a table in which represents the Calvary of the eighteenth century. Located on Calle San Nicolás.
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.
Its capital, Seville is the largest city in Andalusia, it lies on the banks of the Gaudalquivir River and is one of the most historical centres of Europe, its undeniably the main attraction of the province itself and is brimming with historical and cultural citations. The city is the home of tapas, flamenco and the keeper of the Archive of the Indies (the extremely valuable historical records documenting the history of the Spanish empire).
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.
• 176m2 of living space
• 250m2 plot
• 5 Bedrooms
• 3 Bathrooms
• Private Parking
• Private Garden
• 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 Spain
• Many excellent sports facilities, walking and cycling areas nearby
• Rental Potential through Airbnb and Booking.com
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