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2 Bed Property for sale

£178,496 *


Property Details

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Emissions: F
  • Consumption: F
  • Plot size: 207 m2
  • Habitable space: 149 m2


  • 2 floors
  • Build Size 149 m²
  • Plot Size 207 m²
  • Plunge Pool
  • Water
  • Electricity
  • Furniture Negotiable
  • Private Terrace
  • 35 minutes drive to the beach
  • 2 minutes drive to the shops
  • IBI property tax: €231,59 per annum

Full Description

Located a short drive from the beautiful village of BEDAR & LUBRIN this property in situated in a picturesque and scenic village.  Positioned on an elevated plot the property has beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and over the rooftops of the neighbouring houses. 

Externally the property has a very impressive approach with brickwork and terraces, it is also the highest property in the villge giving it a very exclusive feeling.

The property briefly consists of a stunning entrance through traditional wooden doors with a stained glass window, in the entrance hallway there is a feature wall where you can see the rockface that the building is built onto. The lounge also features beautiful windows and a log burning fire.  The fully fitted kitchen has country style cabinets and an open plan dining area. On the groudn floor there is a very large family bathroom and a large staircase leads up to the gallery landing and two spacious bedrooms with ceiling fans.

Around the property there are several terraces and garden areas and also a plunge pool where you can enjoy the fantastic views and peaceful surrouding.

The property ozzes charm and character and really stands out in the crowd with its beautiful and uniqe stone cladding to the exterior and the wonderful exposed feature walls through out the house.

This is really a uniqe property in a stunning location, the house offers a true slice of Spain. Features include large car port and plunge pool.


Is in the eastern part of the province of Almeria, the picturesque village of Bedar is situated on the lower slopes of the Sierra de los Filabres.

The origin of this lovely settlement is unknown but its narrow streets and whitewashed houses some dating back to Arabic times point to the presence of the Moors.

From the late 19th century it developed as a mining community and between 1897 and 1923 a 17.5 km railway line carried iron ore from the village to the port of Garrucha.

During the 20th century mining gradually declined, and ceasing altogether in the thirties, and by the 1950s agriculture had become the principle activity.

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