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4 bedrooms house in Cabeza la Vaca, Badajoz, Spain

160 000€

Cabeza la Vaca, Badajoz

Features

  • General
  • Terraced
  • 2 floors
  • Year of construction: 1924
  • Excellent
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • Facing the East
  • Areas
  • Plot: 230 m²
  • Built: 395 m²
  • Equipment
  • Fireplace

Property description

Rural housing at the beginning of the 20th centuryEnvironment:Located in Cabeza la Vaca, a small village in the Sierra de Tentudía, 110 km from Seville. It takes approximately 1:10 to get to Seville and 1:20 to the airport. Located 18 km from exit 722 of the Ruta de la Plata that connects Madrid and Seville. It is also 4:15 hours from Madrid or 1:15 hours from Mérida. Surrounded by fields of holm oaks, olive trees and chestnut trees, with numerous hiking trails starting from the village, including the nearby protected natural area Sierra de Tentudía.The village has essential services such as a medical centre, pharmacy, school, police and several shops and bars offering local products, including exquisite sausages from the regions Iberian pigs. The town hosts several renowned festivals, such as the chestnut fair at the beginning of November, the crosses in May, the San Benito fair in July, the Virgen fair in August and Womens Day with its famous migas, among others. In terms of connectivity, fibre and 4G coverage is available throughout the village and its surroundings.Housing:The house is located in the urban area, the result of a renovation at the beginning of the 20th century on an older structure with typical brick vaults suitable to support harvest loads on the first floor In addition to the main entrance, there is a second access from a rear street, suitable for garageThe house, which is accessed from Calle Cura 34, has an entrance hall that leads to a wide corridor with access to the inner courtyard. From the hallway there is access to a large living room, four bedrooms (three of them with vaulted ceilings), a living room and finally the kitchen, which consists of two parts. One part includes the staircase to the first floor, as well as having several cupboards and a pantry. On the other side of the kitchen is where you will find the fireplace and a second access to the patio with a full bathroom. There are additional spaces within the house where more bathrooms can easily be added.The second entrance from Calle Díaz Calvo, behind the main entrance, leads to the inner courtyard, a stable for various animals, a small cellar/curing room, and a staircase to the first floor, which serves as a barn, with access to a covered terrace. The thick walls, both exterior and interior, maintain a comfortable temperature throughout the summer, making air conditioning unnecessary. The rooms have an approximate height of about three meters. The house is built with noble materials, which, despite the years, are in perfect condition. This can be seen, for example, in the solid wood doors or in the beautiful hydraulic floor tiles The roof has a wooden structure and traditional clay tiles, rehabilitated three years ago. Currently, there is a contract for the supply of both electricity and water, since the house has been inhabited until recently Refrain from Real EstateThe plot size is 230 m²The approximate areas of the different areas of the house are:Residential Plot: 154.57 m²Loft above Residence: 122.76 m²Patios: 23.35 m²Stable and Cellar: 48.10 m²Attic above the barn: 46 m²Total Built Area: 394.78 m²

Property summary

I have been given a description of a property located in Cabeza la Vaca, Badajoz, Spain. This rural house was renovated at the beginning of the 20th century and is situated in a picturesque village surrounded by fields of holm oaks, olive trees, and chestnut trees. It offers numerous hiking trails and is close to the protected natural area 'Sierra de Tentudía'. The house features essential services like a medical center, pharmacy, school, police, and shops, providing a comfortable lifestyle for residents. Moreover, the town hosts several renowned festivals, contributing to a rich local culture. The property has 394.78 m² of built area, including a residence with a living room, four bedrooms with vaulted ceilings, a dining room, and a kitchen. It has been renovated and maintained to a high standard, featuring noble materials like solid wood doors and hydraulic floor tiles. The house also comes with two entrances, providing easy access, and an inner courtyard. The rural setting offers an excellent opportunity for those seeking a peaceful, tranquil lifestyle. The proximity to nature, the community spirit sparked by local festivals, and the availability of essential services all combine to make a very attractive proposition. It is also conveniently located near the Ruta de la Plata and well-connected to both Madrid and Seville. As an investment, the property's great condition, prime location, and reasonable price of 160,000€ could potentially generate a good return. Rural properties like this one can attract a variety of buyers - families looking for a quiet life, holiday home enthusiasts, or investors who see the potential for future growth. However, it's essential to consider factors such as the local economy, population trends, and competition from other properties when evaluating its investment potential. In summary, this property offers a unique opportunity for a tranquil lifestyle in a picturesque rural setting while also presenting some good investment possibilities.

Location

Cabeza la Vaca, Badajoz

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