Wonderful villa, ready to move into, at walking distance of town.
. Popular bustling town
. Many bars and restaurants within walking distance
. Private garden
. Spacious property
. Recently upgraded
Now here's a special house:
Being on rural land, you are in the tranquil, green belt of town, and still the centre is at only a 10 minutes walk.
Being of Andalusian style, the property has been fully renovated, and both quality and legality are of the highest possible level.
Driving through the gate, you will see the pool area on your right. This is a great place to relax, since the pool is in the sun all day long. At the other end of the pool, you have a built-in BBQ with seating area. In the immaculate garden, that is L-shaped around the house and fully fenced, there is a lovely Bar, also with seating area.
There are more seating areas around the house, for every season: a covered terrace at the front door, and a covered terrace at the side door. The latter is great as dining area. On the first floor you have another lovely large balcony-terrace.
Downstairs you will find the kitchen, dining area, a large and very comfortable lounge, as well as a bathroom. Also the garage is here.
Upstairs there are the 4 spacious bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms, all providing privacy.
With its many nooks and crannies, the house is ideal for visitors or family reunions. Moreover since the location makes for an easy starting point for excursions; and you are not only 10 minutes away from the town centre, but within a 20 minute walk you can get to almost each and every one of the very, very many bars and restaurants of bubbly Alhaurin el Grande.
Alhaurín el Grande is one of the biggest and most vibrant towns in the area, with a privileged location on the skirts of the mountain ‘Sierra de Mijas', overlooking the Guadalhorce valley.
The village is close to the city of Málaga and just a short drive from the coastal areas of La Cala de Mijas and Fuengirola.
The Arabs named it ‘Jardín de Alá', translated as ‘Allah's Garden'. Later, the Catholic Kings added ‘El Grande' (the big one) to distinguish it from its sister town Alhaurín de la Torre.
Currently its economy is focused on trade and agriculture, which was the main economic engine of the region 1000 years ago when oil, wheat and figs were already produced and delivered to Málaga city and port. Its inhabitants are known as alhaurinos but there is also a large presence of foreigners settled in the town. Besides the historic buildings, fincas and townhouses, there are also many modern apartments and a large golf complex located in Alhaurín el Grande. There is a big variety of restaurants, bars and shops were locals mix with other nationalities. The main plaza is always busy and vibrant. Besides that, it offers a superb view of the valley. The village offers the best of both worlds: coast and inland! The village of Alhaurín el Grande is located just 25 minutes (22 km) from the city of Málaga and the airport. The beaches of the Costa del Sol (Fuengirola/Mijas) are only a 15 minute (18 km) drive away.