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5 beds, 4 bath character farm house with tourism licence & separate guest accommodation, fabulous pool & panoramic vistas. Self-catering or B&B options. Barranco del Sol, Almogia, Malaga…

€ 285,000
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Fabulous large swimming pool with shade BBQ & panoramic views...Main house & separate guest cottage...Main house with Andalucian courtyard...Entrance to the main house & courtyard...Panoramic vistas...Swimming pool with the El Torcal mountain in the distance...Main house - Dining room...Main house - Andalucian style kitchen...Main house - Andalucian style kitchen...Main house - Covered alfresco dining area in the courtyard...Main house - Living room with wood burning stove & French doors...Main house - Living room that leads into the dining room & a bedroom...Main house - Traditionally tiled stairs rising to the first floor...Main house - Bedroom 1 on the first floor with bathroom...Main house - 1st floor bathroom...Main house - Hallway & door into the ground floor bathroom...Main house - ground floor bathroom with full length bath...Main house - Bedroom 2 (accessed off the dining room)...Main house - Bedroom 3 (hobby room or office off the living room)...Main house - Safe, enclosed outdoor play area for house cats... One of the much loved and well cared for residents...The fabulous pool terrace...Separate guest cottage with tourism licence...Separate guest cottage - Alfresco dining area...Separate guest cottage -Kitchen/lounging area...Separate guest cottage - lounge area with wood burning stove...Separate guest cottage with air-con unit for cooling & wood burner...Separate guest cottage - shower room...Fabulous view of the entire El Torcal mountain range...On the way to the pool area with a penanque pitch...Independent guest bedroom with en-suite called, 'Olive' (overflow accommodation)...Independent twin guest bedroom with en-suite (overflow guest accommodation)...Independent guest annex - en-suite shower room...Entrance to the property...Workshop or storage room...Barranco del Sol -location of the property. Also, home of Verdiales folk music...The river with natural pools in Barranco del Sol (feeds the lake to the South)...Verdiales folk music - a colourful tradition that thrives today...The Moorish white village of Almogia with hilltop castle...The centre of Almogia village...The mosaic viewing area overlooking Almogia village...Location of Barranco del Sol...

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Price reduced to take into consideration the small amount of  work required, such as updating and painting.  There is little to no room for negotiation on the asking price.  Per square meter, the price is just 979 Euros which is below average for the geographical area.  This property has great potential for development and represents good value for money.. A spacious home with independent guest accommodation in the Almogia countryside.

286M2 built, set in 10,900M2 of land. Main house, guest cottage and overflow independent guest bedroom with en-suite shower room. Plus an impressive swimming pool with exceptional panoramic views.

This property currently has a tourism licence VTAR/MA/0177 which gives the property Vivienda Rural status for self-catering holiday makers.  The business has an average income of €400 per week and the season has the ability to run year round because firstly, Barranco del Sol has a micro climate that extends the summer season, plus, the holiday rental accommodation has air-conditioning units for the summer and wood burning stoves for the winter.

The property is split into the main house (3 double beds & 2 bath) with attached, yet completely independent guest annex (1 twin bed & 1 bath) for use as overflow accommodation that supports the separate guest cottage (1 twin/king size bed, 1 bath + living/kitchen/dining room).

Alfresco enjoyment includes; the main house having a spacious and completely private Andalucian style courtyard, the guest cottage and independent guest annex both enjoy private patios.  The entire property benefits from the use of a fabulous swimming pool, poolside covered dining area brick built BBQ and huge sunbathing terrace.

Character throughout is evident by way of beamed ceilings, thick walls, cosy corners, inclined ceilings and a slightly quirky layout associated with all properties of this age.

Vistas: From the pool and pool terrace the views are outstanding, taking in the entire, El Torcal Mountain range and surrounding countryside.  The vistas change colour with the seasons; from deep green in Winter to multicoloured (with wild flowers and almond blossom in Spring), golden in Summer and green with copper tones in Autumn.

Opportunity for growing organic produce because the land has not been sprayed with weed killer, the ground fed with fertiliser or any of the trees sprayed with pesticides for 15 years.  There are areas of land that could be tiered for growing vegetables and other produce. .

The property is located within the hamlet of Barranco del Sol where there is a plaza with play area for children and where post is delivered.  Five minutes walk from the property is a small bar (situated in the front room and front terrace of a family home) which is rather charming! The village of Almogia is 20 minutes drive away where all amenities required for every day living are to be found.

Barranco del Sol is situated within the mountain ranges behind Malaga city. It is a tranquil community spread out over the hills and valleys where time seems to have stopped.

*  Note to potential buyers… the current owner has rescued several abandoned cats. This means that whilst viewing the property, it is likely you will meet some of the cats too. The cats will, of course be going with Christine when she moves.


Main house (150M2)

Ground floor:

♦  You enter into a spacious courtyard that has two entrances into the property, one via the kitchen and another into the dining room.  The property is L shaped and wraps around the courtyard that is completely private from visiting guests.

♦  Andalucian style kitchen with recently fitted new oven that connects externally to the courtyard for alfresco dining or inside via a hallway into the formal dining room into the rest of the accommodation.

♦  Formal dining room is a comfortable room that is light and bright.

♦  Bedroom 2 is a spacious double bedroom that currently doubles as a study and this is accessed via the dining room.

♦  Living room is a large, rectangular room with French doors leading outside (currently entering into an ‘indoor cat’ safe play cage.  Of course the cage can quickly and easily be dismantled if preferred and a patio area created.  There is an air-conditioning unit that cools and heats.

♦  Bedroom 3 is currently also doubling as a library and packing/boxing up room ready for the current owner’s move from the property.  This would make a very good study or home office or hobby room.

♦  Internal hallway connects the kitchen with the dining room and accommodates access to the downstairs bathroom.

♦  Ground floor bathroom this bathroom has a full length bath with shower over.  A wash basin and w.c.

First floor:

♦  Stairs rising to the first floor landing are characterful with traditional tiling.  Off the landing is bedroom 1 and a bathroom.

♦  Bedroom 1 is a spacious, light and bright room that is dual aspect with large windows that take in the surrounding views.  There is an air-conditioning unit that cools and heats.

♦  First floor bathroom is a very light and spacious room with half bath and shower over, wash basin and w.c.

Separate guest cottage (58M2)

Ground floor:

Accessed via an impressive set of natural stone steps leading down to the patio & front door of the living accommodation.

♦  Lounge/kitchen/dining room features an impressive and traditional ‘rincon’ corner fireplace with wood burning stove.  There are two sofas, a dining table plus an L shaped run of kitchen base units and work surface.

First floor:

Currently, the first floor accommodation of bedroom and bathroom is accessed directly from the entrance parking area. Access to the living accommodation of the guest cottage is reached outside and down the impressive stone steps. There is space for an internal staircase if preferred.  .

♦  Very spacious bedroom with twin/king size bed, wood burning stove, air-conditioning unit (cooling only) and a wood burning stove.

♦  En-suite shower room with shower cubicle, wash basin and w.c.

♦  Private alfresco dining terrace with space for table and chairs and airer for drying clothes.

Independent guest annex (27M2)

♦  Twin bedroom is L shaped and the twin beds that fit snug but perfectly well enough.

♦  En-suite shower room serves the twin bedroom with shower, wash basin and w.c.

♦  Alfresco terrace ideal for enjoying a morning cup of tea or coffee.

This room is currently called, ‘Olive’ by the existing owner because of the very old olive tree that is just outside this room.  It is only used as an overflow room for guests of the separate guest cottage.  If guests come with friends or older children, this is the perfect scenario.  It is not let separately from the guest cottage.

If desired, this room could be absorbed back into the main house as a door was bricked up and plastered over in order to create this independent room with its own access.

Very viable option for a B&B or guest house business

Because the main house has three entrances and two reception rooms plus kitchen, it would be very easy to create a great B&B if this is preferred to self catering holiday rental accommodation.  There is enough room for the owner to have private indoor and outdoor accommodation and sufficient space for guest bedrooms and guest bathrooms plus outdoor and indoor dining for B&B guests.  Without much effort, an additional bathroom could be installed in the separate ground floor living accommodation of the guest cottage to create another guest bedroom with en-suite.  In the main house, it would even be possible to put in a bar and offer evening meals if this is a business model that a buyer prefers.  The very warm micro climate of Barranco del Sol offers a year round holiday season for paying guests.  With the installation of solar panels, the pool could also be heated.

The property is supplied with mains water and electric.

Swimming pool & pool terrace

♦  The swimming pool is impressive it is 8M x 4M but also has a very large additional area given over to lazy Roman steps down into the water.  This makes the pool feel very impressive.  It is currently a chlorine pool.

♦  Pool side covered dining area is huge and ideal for alfresco dining.  The table is built of concrete and then tiled on top.  Above the table is a pergola  (22M2) that provides full shade from the midday sun and it is high enough to allow a cooling breeze to travel beneath it.

♦  Brick built BBQ is located next to the alfresco dining area and is ideal for lunchtime or evenings.


♦  Store room (10M2) is located to the front of the property and is currently used as a laundry room and safe place for the cats to grab food as they need it.

♦  Workshop (17M2) is located to the side of the main house and this is a sizeable room and very useful for all kinds of activities or simply for storage.  Light is connected and water is close by.

Fruit and nut trees

♦  Passion fruit, grapes, lemons, oranges, almond, mandarin, figs, olives are to name just a few of the crops that thrive in the micro climate of Barranco del Sol.  Winter temperatures rarely dip too low to allow tropical fruits to thrive.  Avocados, apricots and pomegranates would equally thrive here.


The property is private but not isolated. There are neighbours nearby. Most are Spanish and the closest is a quiet Spanish couple who are friendly and very helpful

Barranco del Sol

The village/hamlet of Barranco del Sol comes under the municipality of Almogia and it is a part of Andalucia that time has passed by.  It is like stepping back in time here and you are as likely to see someone riding a donkey as you are using a car.  It is an agricultural area where the farming of goats for milk and cheese and almonds harvesting brings in the main income.  Equally today, there are now quite a few holiday/second homes owned by Spanish families who have moved to Malaga city for work but who use their Barranco del Sol homes for high days and holidays.  There are also homes owned by foreigners who also use their homes full time or for holidays.

Not much happens in Barranco del Sol other than peace, birds of prey flying overhead and farming.  There is a tiny bar which is pretty much the owners front room and front terrace where drinks are served.  Other than that, there is the annual feria and also Verdiales folk music gatherings.

Barranco del Sol does have a delivery van that drives around the hamlet going to all the individual houses as requested.  The van (mobile shop) is piled high with everything from goats cheese, milk, bread, fruit and veg, cleaning products and gas bottles.  If you want something for the next day you can order what you want and it will turn up as promised the following day.

Almogia (20 mins’ drive) 

Almogia is a ‘pueblo blanco’ white village dating back to Moorish times where the remains of a hill top Moorish castle can still be seen today.  It is a vertical village with the old part being in the maze of streets on the hill and the modern part being at the top of the village.  It is a large municipality and has a 24hr medical centre with on-stand-by ambulance and helipad, a police station, post office, large supermarket, bars, restaurants and many small shops selling anything from haberdashery, jewellery, pastries and bread, meat, fish and vegetables and clothes. There are schools for those children of nursery age (2 to 4 years), junior school and senior school.  The sport centre is very good and the football team does very well and has just gone up to the next league.

The coastal motorway & the coast (45 mins’ drive)

It does not take long to drive down to the coastal motorway that will whisk you East or West.  Malaga airport is very conveniently located as are the beaches.  Los Alamos beach is a little know gem (located just West of Malaga city and just East of Torremolinos).  It is an immaculately maintained wide stretch of sand backed by ‘chiringuitos’ (beach bar/restaurants built on the sand).

About Christine the current owner

Christine will happily talk to you about her property via email or phone and she will also meet you at a convenient location and guide you to the property for viewings.

Address: Barranco del Sol
Zip: 29150
Country: Spain
Property Id : 28632
Price: € 285,000
Property Size: 286 m2
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 4
Property Reference: 786
Plot Size (M2): 10900
Year Built: 1946
Parking: Entrance driveway
Land Area/outside Space: 4,000M2 fenced & gated around the property
Style Of Property: Traditional Andalucian finca
Annual IBI (Rates) Bill: €314.97
Average Monthly Electric Cost: €38
Average Monthly Water Cost: €13
Average Monthly Telephone/Internet Cost: €24
Air Conditioning: 3 separate units
Heating: Wood burning stoves
Number Of Levels: 2
Swimming Pool: 8M x 4M + extensive Roman steps
Windows: Mix of single & double glazing
Water Supply: Mains
Electrical Supply: Mains
Telephone Connection: Line-of-sight to a mast + 5GB Internet
Formal gardens
Utility room
Wood Burning Stove/s
Double Glazing
Fly/mosquito screens
Broadband Internet
International TV via Internet
Separate accommodation for guests
Swimming pool

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