Alhaurín el Grande
REF# R4109197
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125.000 €

Beds: 2
Baths: 1.5
Built: 46 m2
Terrace: 46 m2

Delightful townhouse located in the historic part of town with roof top terrace overlooking the Andalucian countryside

Ideally located within walking distance to all sorts of ammenities; excellent to enjoy the traditional lifestyle the town has to offer and not having to rely on a car.

Built on two levels; on the main floor are the living room/ dining area and separate kitchen that opens to a charming court yard with adjacent utility room and toilet. Upstairs are two bedrooms, and a bathroom (currently undergoing renovation). The second bedroom opens to a terrace where the stairs for the roof top terrace are accessed.

Alhaurin el Grande is located at the foot of the Sierra de Mijas mountains, on the north face and overlooking the splendid Valle del Guadalhorce. It has an abundance of citrus and fruit trees and market gardens and is situated between the river Fahala and the stream of Blas González. The coast is close by and there is a network of roads to get there. There is a road to Málaga Airport and Torremolinos, which takes about 30 minutes by car. A new road was built in 2010 connecting the town with Fuengirola and the beach which is only 20 minutes drive. There is also another new road to Marbella, to the southwest with Mijas just along a winding road round the mountain. From Alhaurín there is a view over the "Hoya de Málaga", Málaga's valley, full of lemon trees and other fruit trees. Nowadays, it is a modern and prosperous town, whose most interesting monuments include: the Iglesia de la Encarnación, the Town Hall and Caves of the Convent, the Chapel of Santa Vera Cruz, the Chapel of San Sebastián, the Cobertizo Arch and the Fuente Lucena fountain.

Also of interest is the Molino de los Corchos mill, which is has been magnificently preserved, as well as the Bread Museum, the Agricultural Museum and the wholesale market, the only one in the province still in operation. You must also visit the Municipal Library, the Covered Swimming Pool and the Antonio Gala Theatre, modern and avant-garde buildings of reference, as well as the many parks and gardens throughout the district, set at the foot of the Sierra de Mijas mountains, an area of great natural value that is also worth visiting.


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