The location of this 100 year old townhouse is so central and quaint that one can instantly picture it to become a bodega - or chocolate shop for that matter.
Located a bit up from a main street, it has all the advantages of being central and not its disadvantages.
It's 100 steps to bar, tapa-cafeteria, post or grocery stores, and the lovely views and ambiance of the real Andalusia are all around you.
What with its history, always having belonged to a family of the village, the distribution of this very solid house is very Andalusian:
Via the front door you walk into the lounge for visitors.
On that ground floor there is an extra room that can either be used as real living room for the winter or as study or office (right now it is a bedroom).
The lounge leads to the kitchen which is a corridor that gives way to the patio, which is small and has a very private feel - and the patio leads to a cave-like space carved out of the hill of this hilltop village.
On the 1st floor you will find 2 spacious bedrooms and an equally spacious bathroom.
In one of the bedroom a staircase leads up to the roof top terrace, large enough for lounging or dining while looking out into the village or the hills beyond it.
As finishing touch, there's an extra room on this floor, that could be a guestroom or office.
Depending on your taste, the house needs some reform, or very much so if you are not a lover of the typical Andalusian family-home style.
In our opinion it is perfect for commerce while living there too, and for people who would love to immerse themselves in the Andalusian lifestyle.