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Asking Price: £96K – GBP
I am reluctantly selling my Finca in Spain as, for personal reasons, I feel happier in Eastern Europe.
Unusually for an off grid residence it has mains water as well as a cisterna – underground water collection/well.
A substantial property to finish renovating, it is only a 5 minutes drive to the nearest busy village, El Perello, (half an hour brisk walk,) that has many lively cafes and bars and all other essential amenities. It is a short 10 minutes drive to the nearest beautiful beach.
An hour and a half south of Barcelona in Catalunya in a tranquil location where tourism is non- intrusive the property is set in 1.4 hectares of olive groves with carob trees and forest and is fragranced by wild Thyme and Rosemary. The nearest major city is Tarragona – only a convenient 40 minutes drive away.
The house comprises of 73m2 habitable space with a 50m2 patio and a 6m2 covered terrace and, significantly, a quality new 28m2 solid Wooden Cabin with mains water and a wooden kitchen counter and sink already connected.
The property’s roof has been recently refurbished with a super-duper product which boosts of being efficient for 25 years! It also has a large patio ready to tile.
The interior has a plumbed in functional toilet and water is in place to create a substantial size bathroom.
There is a functional kitchen sink and bath which, whilst not pretty, will serve well during any renovation work. Eventually this might be the kitchen.
At the moment the property has one double bedroom to finish but there is the potential to create another two bedrooms – one double, one single.
The property has a huge main room of 30m2 which could be made into a kitchen diner/lounge.
This Finca is a blank canvas for the new owners to stamp their personality on and is an ideal opportunity to purchase a rural property, only minutes from town, sea and mountains, with the potential to live the good life off grid and be self-sufficient.
El Perello and local beaches.
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