A village house in the heart of Turre that has been reformed to the highest standard, turning a traditional Spanish village house into a quirky modern house that has retained many of the original features such as exposed brickwork, beams and other features, all that give this house its unique features.
On entering the house via the restored wooden village double doors, there is an entrance hallway, with two double bedrooms and one modern bathroom. There is a walk through lower lounge on this level and access through to the new fully fitted kitchen. Off the kitchen there is an open courtyard allowing light into the kitchen area and offers a shaded sitting area in the warm summer months.
A feature stone staircase in lay with green bottle ends, leads up to the mezzanine first floor where there is an open lounge with log burner and the perfect relaxing or entertaining area, with double doors out to the large roof terrace and BBQ area. The terrace enjoys views over the roof tops of Turre and across the fields towards Mojacar. There is a storeroom on this terrace with the washing machine and there is also steps up to a higher private roof terrace. It is rare to find a village house with so much outdoor living space.
The house when reformed had new electrics throughout, new plumbing and all new fixtures and fittings. The house is located just off the main village square in Turre, =close to the banks, market area, shops and bars. The perfect house for buyers looking for a taste of real village life but with a modern and stylish twist in this unique reformed property.
BBQ area Close to amenities Investment opportunity No Community Fees Part furnished subject to offer Roof terrace Wood burner
The energy performance certificate is a report that describes how efficient a home is in terms of energy consumption. It assigns an energy rating to each home on a scale which ranges from 'A' (the most efficient) to 'G' (the least efficient).
This property's EPC certificate is rated as :- TBA
Spanish homes which are designed to keep cool in the summer months, traditionaly have lower EPC ratings.