AMAZING LOW PRICES! Reduced from 350,000 to 175,300 Eur Amazing low prices for this special promotion of just six detached chalets in the picturesque town of Velez de Benaudalla in Granada.
These are quality homes with private gardens, 3 or 4 bedrooms, garage and workshop. The area is popular with cyclists and walkers as well as people who want to enjoy the nearby ski resorts and beaches.
Detached individually designed chalet style villa. A genuine unique location just 13km from the coast of Motril/Salobrena (5 minutes drive) and 20 minutes drive from Granada city and less than 1 hour from Sierra Nevada.
Fantastic value, well below market value. Mortgages available for clients with proof of income.
The villa has an open aspect on three side facing onto fruit plantation and open countryside, being at the bottom side of the development. The house house is constructed over three floors comprising large basement/underbuild housing a garage, separate boiler/utility room and a large Bodega entertaining room with stone fireplace. With power and water throughout.
On the ground floor there is a large living/dining room with access directly onto the front porch via french windows with a fireplace and wood burning stove. There is a toilet/cloakroom, small utility room and a good sized kitchen which is fully tiled, wired and plumbed ready for the installation of a kitchen (not included).
The stairway leads both down to the basement/garage and up to the first floor which has a master ensuite bedroom with its own terrace, two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The property has all mains services with hot water supplied by electric water heater. The house has been fully pre installed for central heating/air conditioning which can be easily installed by the new owner should they require to do so.
This large property is truly a hidden gem for the village.
The Andalucia region
Nestled in the fertile valley of the Guadalfeo river, the picturesque white washed village of Velez de Benaudalla is located only 15 minutes drive from the popular Costa Tropical coastal towns of Salobrena and Almunecar, and 40 minutes, drive through the Lecrin Valley, to the snow covered Sierra Nevada mountains and ski resort. Velez de Benaudalla is a very traditional Spanish mountain village and is brimming with the remains of its moorish past. The narrow streets of the old town with their pretty village houses are enchanting and reflect the towns rich history. The Nazari dynasty ruled the province of Granada for nearly 4 centuries and left behind a legacy of knowledge, gastronomy and according to legend, great treasures that are still to be discovered. Velez De Benaudalla
Within Velez de Benaudalla you will find the Casa Jardin Nazari, which was inspired by Granada architecture, and is generally considered to be the finest example of Hispanic-Muslim gardens in Spain, and is certainly on a par with the Genera life Gardens in the Alhambra Palace in Granada.
You will also find other examples of its heritage and historical importance, two of the finest being the Arabic fortress and the Church of the Rosario. Situated at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains, and just below the Las Alpujarras and to the south of the Lecrin Valley, Velez de Benaudalla is bubbling over with adventure activities which can be found close by. For hill walkers, bird watchers or wild flower and fauna enthusiasts the local countryside holds a wealth of treasures within the amazing local scenery. More organized activities like hot air ballooning, horse riding, mountain biking to name but a few, are all readily available making Velez de Benaudalla one of the most exciting and interesting holiday destinations of southern Spain.
Although Velez de Benaudalla is a very ancient and historic town, Velez de Benaudalla has an interesting mix of old and new Spain. Velez de Benaudalla is host to some excellent local tapas bars together with a variety of shops including grocery stores, bakers and a pharmacy. The apartment is 10 minutes away from Salobrena Beach and 15 minutes from Almunecar Beach. Both are lively little towns with a good selection of tapas bars and restaurants. The entire coastline is brimming with coastal resorts which you can spend your time exploring. Sierra Nevada Ski Resort is also only 40 minutes away by car and defies many concepts associated with skiing. Located barely a stone's throw from the Mediterranean coast, it has practically guaranteed sunshine, the best Spring snow conditions in Europe, and is still reasonably priced compared to many of its European counterparts
Veléz de Benaudalla lies on the banks of river Guadalfeo where it flows after descending from the Alpujarra between the Sierra de Lújar and the Sierra de Guájares. This village retains much of its Moorish past with its Nasrid Gardens that are a subtle combination of water, trees and garden flowers.
Away from the tourist traps yet perfectly placed to take full advantage of what wonderful, romantic Andalucia has to offer. The city contains a splendid example of a Spanish-Moorish garden in the style of the Nasrid dynasty, the last Moors to rule the kingdom of Granada. With its fountains, hidden waterfalls and exuberant vegetation, no wonder it is catalogued as part of the Artistic Heritage of Andalusia.
The narrow streets and alleys of the upper quarter of Vélez are a further attraction of this beautiful village, where water can be heard everywhere, the Tajo waterfall and the Paseo del Nacimiento (path to the source of the river) are particularly admired.
The gastronomy in Vélez is famed, but outstanding are the sweets and pastries still made in the Moorish style, such as pestiños (honey-coated pancakes) and roscos (ring cakes). The fifteenth-century castle, with an unusual heptagonal floor plan, is not just an illustrious monument from the past, but is also the site of a simulated battlefield between Christian and Turkish warriors, a ritual enacted every year on 13th June as part of the village fiestas.