Townhouse consisting of 3 floors. Ground floor with front and rear patios, independent kitchen (can be opened to the living room if desired), dining room, laundry room, and pantry. First floor with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, 1 ensuite. Upper floor with 1 bedroom/office and a large and sunny terrace. It has private indoor parking and storage.
Churriana is one of the eleven districts that make up the City of Malaga, and is situated in the north-western part. Malaga airport, the beach and the Sierra de Churriana mountains, are located within the district borders. Up until the start of the 20th century, Churriana was an independant town, but ever since that, it is a part of Malaga. Agricultural business in the largest industry in the Churriana; citrus fruits, olives and subtropical fruits are the main export.
Malaga City is the Capital of the Costa del Sol. The opening of the Picasso Museum in 2003 triggered the city's cultural rebirth, and visitors are now flocking to this port city which boasts excellent transport, top-class cuisine and fascinating monuments, from Moorish and Roman times through to modern day while retaining its authentic Andalucian feel. Malaga has more museums than any other city in Andalucia; over 30 at last count - and there are new ones opening al the time. Learn more about Malaga through its wine, at theWine Museum; its social history and customs, from the collection of 19th-century paintings at the new Carmen Thyssen museum; and its famous local personalities, such as the painterFelix Revello del Toro. For more art and design delights, you can visit museums ofcontemporary art, archaeology or glass; while fashion is covered, together with cars (yes, seriously - it's a clever gender-balancing combination) at one of the city's latest openings.