For sale direct from the owners!
This charming 1 bedroom village home is located in the heart of the historic centre of Montejaque, Malaga. A village which has, for many years, been a popular destination for many nationalities who visit the area to enjoy Ronda and the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park.
The countryside and wildlife in this area are internationally recognised and are an attraction for walkers, cyclists, nature lovers, bird watchers and painters as well as those who simply want to relax and enjoy a truly peaceful and unspoiled environment.
The property comes with a ground floor comprising a living room with wood burning stove, stairs leading up to the first floor and a kitchen which is finished in the traditional Andalucian style.
On the first floor is a good size double bedroom with attractive beam ceiling and bathroom which also benefits from a beam ceiling.
There is also a terrace which is accessed from the outside which is a great spot to enjoy the views and relax.
The property is beautifully presented and would make a wonderful holiday home for those wanting to enjoy a relaxed holiday with stunning countryside but for those also who want to enjoy the many benefits of being within the village. Local bars and restaurants, a wonderful community swimming pool and of course, a range of shops.
The property comes with many benefits…
♦ Historic, village location close to local amenities
♦ Beautifully presented throughout
♦ Outside space including a roof terrace with terrific mountain views
♦ Wood burning stove in the living room
♦ All mains services – water, electric and drainage
♦ Great location close to Ronda and the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park
The village of Montejaque is a traditional “pueblo blanco” with a good range of bars, several small supermarkets, banks and a school. It is also the centre for many cultural and sporting events throughout the year.
Being within the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park means that there is an endless supply of beauty on your doorstep – bird-watching, walking routes, cycling, horse riding and much more.
The famous town of Ronda is just 20 mins drive away and here you have every amenity for a population of 45,000. It is a very historic area with prehistoric settlements having been found outside the town. The town itself was first settled in the 6th century BC and has many Moorish influences in architecture are to be found throughout the old town. The bullfighting ring is the oldest in Spain and the famous Puente Nuevo (New Bridge) built between 1751 and 1793 towers 120 meters above the canyon – one of Spain’s most visited attractions.