Beautiful traditional Andalusian style finca, rustic but with lots of charm. It is south facing and has panoramic views of the sea and the mountains.
Located just 2km north of Mijas Golf, it has very good road access, except for the last 600 metres which is a dirt road, but in good condition.
The house, on one level, is very spacious, comfortable and has lots of natural light due to its orientation.
The plot, of almost 6.500m2 is fenced and terraced, and planted with a variety of fruit trees.
The house is distributed as follows:
Large living room with fireplace and high ceilings with wooden beams, from here there is direct access to the pool area in front of the house.
Next to the living room there is a double bedroom with bathroom en suite and a guest toilet.
Next to the living room there is a formal dining room, also with high wooden ceilings and following on is the kitchen with direct access to the outside and another terrace facing east.
From the dining room a corridor leads to a covered terrace with arches (with the possibility of closing it off to get two more bedrooms) and then there is further open terrace facing east.
At the end of the corridor there are two more double bedrooms, both ensuite.
The property has water from a private well, a septic tank, solar panels for hot water and ample parking including a covered area for two cars.
Under the pool there is a storage room and next to it, there is another covered terrace with a Jacuzzi.
The house requires modernisation but has a lot of potential.
Mijas Pueblo is the historical centre of the municipality of Mijas, situated in the heart of the Costa del Sol. It lies only 30 kilometres from Málaga Airport. It has a varied landscape that goes from the mountains all the way to the sea.
The area of Mijas is mostly mountainous with growing developments along the coast. The Pasadas and Ojen rivers cross this area, they join to form the Rio Fuengirola which flows into the sea almost on the limits between Fuengirola and Mijas.
The Municipality is one of the largest in the Province of Málaga, with 147 km² is divided into three different urban areas: Mijas Pueblo, conserving the charm of a traditional Andalusian "white village" perched on the hillside high about the sea and about 20 minutes from the nearest coastal resort of Fuengirola, Las Lagunas on the coast (the most modern area of Mijas where you can find industrial and commercial areas), and La Cala, a small seaside village in the centre of the 12 kilometres of beaches on the Mijas coast.
Inhabited since ancient times, the small village of Mijas was devoted mainly to agriculture and fisheries until the explosion of the tourist boom in the 1950s. Today it is a multicultural town with a high percentage of foreign residents.
The pueblo has managed to retain a very authentic Spanish feel and although now a major tourist attraction, it has definitely not compromised its charm. Many visitors who come here will admit to Mijas Pueblo holding a special place in their hearts.
If it’s fantastic views, to die for restaurants, and a bit of culture you’re after, then Mijas Pueblo is the place. To see everything that this beautiful little village has to offer you would need to spend a couple of days and nights here or become a local.