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4 Bedroom Country Finca 
Cehegín
345,000
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Features
Build 333m2​​
Plot 25,000m2​ 
4 Bedroom
3 Bathroom
Pool 10x5m
Southwest
Garage & Workshop
This beautifully restored country finca with swimming pool, stable and 25,000m2 (6 acres) land has 4 bedroom 3 bathroom is perfect for those that want to be private but still be close to the amenities of the country town of Cehegin. Set in the beautiful, mountainous country side with stunning views it is perfect for those who like the outdoor life especially if horses are your passion. Plenty of country tracks to explore either on foot or horseback.

The house has been lovingly restored but still retains many traditional features including beamed ceilings and double doors. The home is centrally heated and has double glazing throughout with the additional benefit of a log burning fire in the lounge. The property is surrounded by 25,000 square meters of natural land and includes two pine forests, two good sized paddocks and newly built stable. There is a large paved terrace with trained mulberry trees to provide shade. A private drive leads to the property through double wrought iron gates into a large area with parking for up to 10 vehicles.

Large wooden double doors lead into the entrance hallway. 

Fully fitted kitchen. Electric cooker, gas hob, dishwasher with base and wall units.

Double doors to terrace, wood burning fire and feature spiral stairs leading to the upper floor. 

Large bright conservatory leading from the lounge. 

Dining room/summer bedroom. This room is currently being used as a dining room but is designed to be a summer bedroom as it is on the north side of the house and therefore cooler. There are feature double doors joining the lounge to the dining room. Beamed ceiling

Upstairs, accessed via the iron spiral staircase

Master Bedroom suite. A double size, a well-appointed room with glorious views over the garden and the surrounding countryside. Air conditioning. En Suite Shower room with shower, WC and wash hand basin.

Double and Single bedrooms both with access to upper terrace and amazing scenic views.

The property has AC and internet.

Outside
Upper terrace accessed from the bedrooms as well by external metal stairs from the ground floor. The best views are from here.

25,000m2 (6 acres) of natural land including two pine forests and several almond trees. There is an easily maintained formal garden with a paved circle surrounded by shaped Mulberry trees.

Swimming pool, 10m x 5 Meters with Roman Steps at one end.

Purpose built 7m2 BBQ, with water and power.

Utility room. Washing machine and dryer, storage area.

Large 30m2 garage workshop with power. Two further 10m2 storage areas.

To the rear of the swimming pool is a stable with attached tack room and hay store. At the front of the stable is a concrete, free standing area and beyond a paddock. Power and water connected.
  
VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
    
Cehegín is located in the North-west of the Region of Murcia, with Mula and Bullas to the East, Lorca to the South, Caravaca de la Cruz to the West and Calasparra and Moratalla to the North.

The municipality has just over 16,000 inhabitants (2012) and encompasses rocky, mountainous areas, fertile plains, areas of pine forest and has natural water supplies, a combination of factors which have made it attractive to humans and their prehistoric predecessors for thousands of years.. The Sierra de la Lavia, Sierra de Burete,  Sierra de la Puerta and Sierra de Gilico y Cambrones are all important landmarks, as are the rivers Argos and Quípar.
Inhabited by the Argarics, Iberians, Romans, Btzantines, Visigoths, Arabs and finally the Christian forces of the Reconquist, it has a fascinating history.

Caravaca is home to many monuments and museums, many of which are important tourist attractions. The hills which extend to the north are rich in marble and iron. The town is a considerable industrial centre, with large iron-works, tanneries and paper, chocolate and oil factories.
Besides being known by the Christian relic, it also has a festival in honor of it, held between 1 and 5 May of each year, declared of International Tourist Interest in 2004. Along with processions and parades of Moors and Christians, the celebration of Horses of Wine is especially relevant, which now aspires to be the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.
Both the airports of Murcia-San Javier,  Alicante and the beaches of the Mar Menor are all about 1 hours drive away.​