This quality built 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom villa enjoys an enviable corner position in a quiet urbanisation within the village of Cerralba, Pizarra.
The property is immaculately presented and extends to 156 m2 with accommodation offered all on one level.
One enters from the street into a private patio area leading to the principal entrance leading into a welcoming reception hall offering access to a bright spacious lounge/dining room.
The property also enjoys a fully fitted quality kitchen and three double bedrooms.
All of the bedrooms benefit from built in wardrobes and the master bedroom also enjoys a large dressing area and ensuite bathroom.
A family bathroom equipped with a bath tub completes the living accommodation.
In addition this property enjoys a large integral garage which has access directly from the house.
One very attractive feature of this property is the particularly large garden extending to 798 m2.
he current owners have nurtured a beautiful garden planted out with various shrubs, trees and plants.
The garden hosts various sunny and shady entertaining areas including a pool area, hosting an 8x4 m salt water pool.
This property is finished to a very high standard and offers a quality home to any potential buyer.
All mains services are connected.
Pizarra is a tiny town lying 30 kilometres upriver from Malaga in the Guadalhorce valley at the foot of the Sierra del Haco; the town is within easy reach of the capital Malaga city and its international airport in Malaga. From Malaga Airport, there are only 30 km from the center of Pizarra.
An inland farming community, Pizarra is situated on the local railway line between Alora and Malaga and has managed to retain much of its old character charm, avoiding excessive development.
The town has all the facilities expected of a small Andalusian inland town and boasts a good nightlife.
Pizarra is situated in the Guadalhorce Valle, in rich irrigated lowlands abundant with citrus and other fruit trees, Pizarra boasts a beautiful natural environment, perfect for lovers of the great outdoors.
Although on the surface Pizarra appears to be a laidback Andalusian village, scratch the surface and you will find a surprising number of cafes, bars and restaurants, more than you will find in your typical whitewashed pueblo.
There is of course typical Malagueñan cuisine on offer, tapas, seafood, etc, but you will also find restaurants serving British, French and Italian restaurants and even more astonishing are the options for a night filled with music and dance, with several nightclubs and disco bars in the town. Here you will have a good opportunity to mix with the locals and have a fun night out, Andalusian-style.
This is truly a city and an area worth a look at.