For sale direct from the owners!
El Mirador is located in the heart of the historic & picturesque mountain village of Montejaque. A popular village for residents and visitors, the location within the Parque Natural de la Sierra de Grazalema means the you are surrounded by beauty.
Beautifully and sympathetically renovated, this charming village house has a wealth of charm and original features throughout.
A roof terrace takes in the spectacular views of the village and the surrounding mountains. There is also a small terrace area at the front which has space for a table and chairs.
If you are looking for a home full of charm and character (permanent or for holidays) where you genuinely feel you are in Andalucía, this is the property for you.
Four bedrooms and 2 bathrooms mean that this property offers flexibility – the current layout has a ground floor bedroom with an en-suite shower room and on the first floor are three bedrooms with a further family bathroom. A Juliet balcony in the twin room allows for a glorious view over the village.
The living room is charming with two Juliet balconies with doors which can be opened to bring the outside in. Again, the views from this room are a delight. A beamed ceiling wooden windows and doors with shutters create a warm feeling and for the colder months, a wood burning stove creates a focal point and the heat travels around the home.
The kitchen is well fitted in the traditional Andalucian style and has a range of bespoke door fronts and open storage. The kitchen has an oven, hob and fridge/freezer.
The key features of the property include:
♦ Located in the heart of the historic area of the village
♦ 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
♦ Beautifully renovated and presented
♦ Roof top terrace with stunning views
♦ All mains facilities
♦ Rural Tourism licence
♦ Ideal as a permanent home or holiday home
♦ Charm and character throughout
♦ Wood burning stove
♦ Car parking just a 3 minute stroll away
Location – the village of Montejaque is a traditional pueblo blanco with a good range of bars, several small supermarkets, banks and a school. It is a 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.
A viewing of this property is advised to take in not only what the property has to offer but to absorb the beauty of the area and the scenery.