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A beautifully renovated 3 bedroom townhouse with 300m2 over four floors in the historic centre of Maella. Private outside space, great flexibility and opportunity for more bedrooms set in a peaceful location and yet close to the Town Square and all amenities

€ 110,000
Calle Mayor, ,
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Fully renovated townhouse in the historic centre of Maella, ZaragozaA beautiful blend of character and modern finishesThe high quality materials include this steel front doorMixed with traditional features throughoutThe entrance hall/reception roomThe ground floor studio roomSound proofed and ideal as a music room or home officeStairs lead up to the first floor Dual aspect living room on the first floorDoors open to a balcony to the frontDouble doors also lead to the private terraceDoors to the private terrace, extending the living spaceThe private terrace - a great space to relax and entertainThis space really extends the living area of the houseThe spacious kitchen and dining roomWell fitted, the kitchen has plenty of storageBuilt in appliances, clean lines and feature lightingA view of the dining area with stairs in the backgroundFamily shower room or guest cloakroom on the first floorContemporary finishes and sleek linesContemporary finishes and sleek linesThe second floor living room Currently used as a "movie room"A flexible space Master bedroom with double doors to the frontA spacious room with beamed cielingWith the doors open!A comfortable second bedroom on the same levelLarge shower room with walk in showerContemporary finishesThe shower room is also home to further storage and a washing machineThe shower room is off the second living roomThe top floor provides a great opportunitySpace for a studio, hobby room or more bedroomsBack to the ground floor is this useful access for fire wood and bikesFloor plans - ground and first floorFloor plans - second and third floorsMaellaMaellaMaella - unknown by many but a great locationOne of many festivals celebrated in MaellaThe popular and bustling village of Maella, ZaragozaPlenty of bars and restaurants to choose from

For sale direct from the owners!

This large and super stylish 3 bedroom townhouse has been fully renovated by the current owners to create a beautiful blend of charm and character mixed with stylish contemporary finishes and modern comforts.

The renovation has included the façade, plumbing and electrics throughout and the fabulous front door which is a custom made PVC-coated steel frame, steel sheet finished in walnut wood effect PVC inside and out, steel fittings and with high security triple deadlocks. The windows have been replaced with very high quality custom made PVC double glazed wood effect units throughout with mosquiteras (anti-insect blinds).

The kitchen is large, well fitted and comes with all the usual appliances and the bathrooms are stylish and contemporary with white suites, walk in showers and fully tiled.

Where possible the owners have retained as much of the original character by retaining wooden ceiling beams and stonework. A stunning blend of the charm of the old and the benefits of a modern interior.

What marks this house as different from many available is that you can enjoy the property immediately but the top floor gives scope for further accommodation – create a studio space, hobby room or more bedrooms. Also, the first floor terrace is the perfect space for relaxing, entertaining and extends the living space for much of the year.

The property is connected to a super-fast 600mbps fibre-optic internet service and the house is wired to provide this to wifi routers on the upper floors which is perfect for those wishing to work remotely.

The layout of the property…

The ground floor contains a spacious entrance/reception room that retains much of the original character of stonework, lime painted walls and ceiling beams.

To the rear, a doorway leads to a fully soundproofed studio and office space with wood laminate flooring which could alternatively be used as an additional bedroom.

To the left there is also a tool room with shelving, and a firewood storage area, where firewood can  be delivered and loaded directly from the street via the garage door. At the rear of the studio room there is a utility area room that houses an 80L water cylinder that supplies hot water to the property, and a gas bottle that supplies gas to the kitchen directly above.

The first floor is accessed from the stairway in the entrance hall and leads to the spacious, dual aspect living space with French doors that open onto a balcony at the front and French doors that open onto a beautiful Spanish tiled enclosed terrace full of plants and climbers and a long Spanish-tiled dining table.

A great summer space for BBQing and dining. There is also a small shed for storage. Outside space is vital in Spain and this first floor terrace really does extend the usable space in the house.

A small hallway leads from the living room into a large modern open plan kitchen and dining area, with the original wood ceiling beams. The kitchen is super stylish with plenty of storage space and equipped with a gas hob, electric oven and extractor hood and a tall fridge freezer. There is also an original traditional pantry cupboard.

There is a large newly installed 11kw wood burning stove complete with a very large oven that was installed in 2021, complete with new chimney flue. A door also leads to a fully tiled and modern washroom with sink and WC and shower room with rainfall type shower and glass shower screen.

The second floor comprises a secondary living room with wood laminate flooring that is currently used as a movie lounge. This could also be used as an additional bedroom.

To the front of the second floor is the large master bedroom with wardrobes and wood ceiling beams and French doors onto a small balcony.

A second door from the living/movie room leads to a wood beamed cosy double bedroom with new a PVC wood effect 2m long sliding window that overlooks the terrace.

To the rear of the living room, a further door leads to a large shower room with rainfall type shower, WC and sink and fitted units enclosing a washing machine and storage shelves. All doors on this floor are old original wood doors from the original house.

The third floor offers a huge amount of flexibility and opportunity with a large undeveloped attic space, over 13m in length and at the far end is approximately 5.5m high. This is currently used as a laundry, drying room and storage space. With great potential for development, this space could become a hobby room, studio space or even be converted into further bedrooms.

Garden

There is also an option to purchase a garden which is a separate from the house. A beautiful position approximately 3km from the house, it is located on the outskirts of Maella town, close to the river. It is a 2000M2 permaculture garden with more than 300 various fruit and nut trees and has an irrigation water supply, a small wood cabin, a pergola, a steel fire-pit and a BBQ.

It is a pleasant 30-minute walk or 7 minute drive from the house. It’s very secluded and private. There is lots of wildlife and the birdsong there in summer is incredible. We call it “our secret garden”. Please contact us for more details, videos and photos.

Here is a video the owners have created showing just how beautiful this garden is…

Maella, Zaragoza

Maella is a village  on  the banks of the Matarraña river, located in the Bajo Aragón-Caspe comarca in the province of Zaragoza, Aragon. It has been populated since the 1200s. Current population of approximately 2,000.

Maella is a friendly and welcoming village. It has been attracting people from the UK, other Europeans and non-Europeans to the countryside surrounding it for a number of years now where people tend to buy almacens to renovate for vacationing and a small number have also bought townhouses in the village. In spite of this, Maella retains a distinctly Spanish air. In the main Plaza d’España, which is presided over by the town hall with its fifteenth century clock tower, there are three bars with outdoor seating where people gather to enjoy alfresco eating and drinking and this area is the focus for many of the activities which take place during the annual fiesta in August and other times throughout the year.

The sculptor Pablo Gargallo was born in Maella in 1881. His family home has been converted into a museum and there is also a museum in Zaragoza dedicated to his works. There are two medieval churches and the ruins of a 15th century castle.

The region is agricultural and produces olives and almonds and soft fruits: peaches, nectarines, cherries and plums. It is a thriving town with many people of all ages

Amenities within Maella

The bustling village offers a wide range of services and amenities including: a number of small supermarkets including Dia, BonArea and Suma. A butcher’s shop, two bakeries, hairdresser, various hardwear stores, a tobacconist, petrol station, repair garage and bodyshop.

There are a range of bars and restaurants to cater for your needs, a 24-hour medical centre, primary school, two banks (with cash machines), a notary, gestor and pharmacy.

There is an outdoor community swimming pool, a sports hall and football ground.

There are a number of other independent shops and two churches. In addition to everything available in the village, there is a visiting weekly market on Thursdays.

Transport links

By car, Maella sits halfway between Zaragoza to the west and the Mediterranean coast to the east. Zaragoza, the capital of the province and the Mediterranean coast can both be reached by car within 90 minutes and it is a three hour drive to the excellent ski resort of Formigal in Huesca, in the Spanish Pyrenees, and a three hour drive to Barcelona.

By bus, there are daily direct services to Barcelona, Zaragoza, and the surrounding towns including Caspe and Alcaniz

By train, the nearest station is Caspe at 24kms where one can access train links to Zaragoza and Barcelona.

Airports – closest airports are Reus and Zaragoza, both 90 minutes’ drive and Barcelona El Prat is 2.5 hour’s drive.

Distances Zaragoza- 121kms Barcelona- 212kms Tarragona-115kms Madrid- 434kms

Formigal, Huesca 279kms

Activities in the surrounding area

Maella is the perfect base for enjoying activities in the surrounding area whilst taking advantage of everything this vibrant town has to offer.

Matarraña – Aragon and the Matarraña region is teeming with wildlife including birds of prey and wild boar, which makes it an exceptional region in terms of its natural areas.

Caspe, Mar de Aragon – 24kms from Maella and a 20  minute drive. Mar de Aragon in Caspe is a reservoir built on the Rio Ebro. It is the largest reservoir in Aragon at 110kms long and 60m deep.  It is popular for fishing a variety of species and attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world for fishing championships which are held at national, European and world level. There are also lots of free local fishing spots.

There are also water sports including windsurfing, water skiing, wakeboarding, rowing, canoeing, kayaking and sailing.

Ciudad del Motor de Aragon (Motorland) is located in Alcañiz, 54kms from Maella and is 40 minutes’ drive. Motorland is a 5.344km motorsport race track. It has hosted the World Series by

Renault since 2009, as well Moto GP and other motor sports.

Els Ports National Park in Cataluña is approximately 1 hour away

Skiing is available in Andorra and is approximately 3hrs drive. Formigal in Huesca, Aragon is also approximately 3hrs drive.

Address: Calle Mayor
City:
State:
Zip: 50710
Country: Spain
Property Id : 31980
Price: € 110,000
Property Size: 300 m2
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Property Reference: 854
Year Built: 1915
Parking: Free parking close by
Land Area/outside Space: Covered terrace space ideal for dining
Style Of Property: Traditional townhouse fully renovated
Annual IBI (Rates) Bill: €100
Basura (rubbish Collection) Cost Per Annum: €80
Average Monthly Electric Cost: €80
Average Monthly Water Cost: €10
Average Monthly Telephone/Internet Cost: €25
Heating: 11kw wood burning stove
Number Of Levels: Four
Windows: UPVC double glazed
Water Supply: Mains water supply
Electrical Supply: Mains electric supply
Telephone Connection: 600mps Fibre Optic internet
Terraces
Patio/courtyard
Balcony/ies
Utility room
Wood Burning Stove/s
Double Glazing
Fly/mosquito screens
Broadband Internet
Satellite TV
International TV via Internet
Walking distance to amenities
Walking distance to bar/restaurants

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