This imposing traditional town house enjoys a corner location on the historical Plaza Despedia of Alora pueblo, directly across the square from the impressive Parroquia Nuestra Senora de la Encarnacion which is one of the largest churches in Malaga province.
The house is of very generous proportions with a build size of 337m2 distributed over various levels.
One enters through attractive wooden doors into a welcoming "San Juan" entrance hall from which one gains access to a spacious reception lounge/dining room. A kitchen, a room, currently used as a bedroom and a modern bathroom complete the accommodation on this level.
A few steps lead up from the main public room to a small hallway from which one can access part of the generous private outdoor space enjoyed by this property, namely an expansive dining patio, a BBQ area and a further inner courtyard which hosts a cave and access to steps leading up to a further terrace area.
There is a door from the adjoining street to the dining patio which allows independent access to the rear of the property.
This property , although now structurally in good order, with the bulk of the hard work now completed, does require internal finishing and thus some further investment, but, because of its very generous proportions and location within the historic centre of Alora pueblo, it does offer huge potential for reinstatement as a large family home or indeed, as it was historically, reinstatement as a small hotel or hostal.
It's corner position grants it the added advantage of having access from two streets.
Alora is a busy market town with a population of around 13,500 and it has all local amenities such as schools, shops, health centre, sports centre, theatre etc. It is located 38km inland from Malaga city and international airport and has excellent communication links both by road and train. It is an excellent base for day trips to all of the major cities of Andalucia such as Seville, Cordoba, Malaga, Granada, Cadiz and Jerez.
El Chorro is just a short drive or bus ride from Alora and has benefited from substantial investment from both central Spanish government and Europe to reinstate and develop the famous "Caminito del Rey" into , what has proved to be a major tourist attraction and is generating a high demand for accommodation in the area.
This property offers an opportunity to acquire an important property within the "Casco Historico" of Alora pueblo which is currently undergoing serious regeneration with the aim of creating an area of significant cultural and tourism interest."
Álora is a municipality in the province of Málaga, located in Costa del Sol. It is part of Andalusia and located in the southern part of Spain. It is located on the right bank of the river Guadalhorce, and is about 40 km from the city of Málaga. Álora is a classical example of a pueblo blanco, meaning white village in Spanish; a beautiful and charming white village . The municipality of Álora is around 169 km2. The main sight in Álora is the castle of Álora, which is a castle ruin extending back to the roman times.