- SYMPATHETICALLY RESTORED CHARACTERFUL VILLAGE HOUSE
- Quiet village - home to a bar and restaurant, situated off the main road through stunning scenery in the Vall de Gallinera
- MANY UNIQUE AND ORIGINAL FEATURES IN THIS UNUSUAL LARGE HOUSE
- Where possible we have retained original floors/beams but have enlarged the original size of many of the rooms
Large 4 storey village house (407 sq m) with stunning views of the valley from the main living area which is situated on the top floor to take advantage of these views. Two terraces and a dining area lead off this floor. Stairs down to an adequate kitchen with a larger partly covered terrace currently used as an informal dining area. The kitchen could be extended into this terrace to form a more spacious kitchen. Corridor leads to a large landing/reception area from which are 2 double bedrooms and a large shower room/wc Stairs go down to the ground floor hall (127 sq m) with third double bedroom and en suite shower room. This very attractive hall has several smaller alcoved areas and an inside ancient well, featured with a glass top and lighting. The main front door onto the narrow 'no entry' street leads off this hall. A further door leads to a second small hall (with separate front door also giving access to the street), this hall has steps up to another double bedroom with it's own small outside terraced area. A door leads off the small hall down steps to the basement area (65 sq m) where there is another double bedroom and wet room/wc. Also a cellar/store and utility area with sink/washing machine. This could be developed into a kitchen area which would then leave a completely separate annexe suitable for letting to the many walkers that come to this valley. The house has been sympathetically restored over the last 14 years but there are still areas that could be improved to make this a unique and stunning village house. The village is one of the 8 Pobles de La Vall de Gallinera and is one of the smallest and quietest in the valley as it is situated 1 km off the main road. There is no 'through traffic'. There is a very friendly bar/restaurant and another restaurant that specialises in tapas. Bread/fruit & veg traders come to the village every day to sell basic provisions. Nearest shops are at Pego - 15 minute drive. The valley is renowned for it's cherry orchards and most of the locals work small terraces and then send the cherries to the Co-operative at the next village. Olives, orange groves are abundant, local honey is available in the village, You can pick fresh herbs while walking along the many ancient tracks left from the time of occupation by the Moors.