Part-built 2 bedroom stone house in elevated secluded position with magnificent views and situated within Subbetica National Park. 34,000 sqm sloping land with productive olive and almond trees. Managed organically for over 6 years and haven for wildlife. Mains water connected, separate borehole and mains electricity a short distance away.
This property is superbly situated in an elevated, secluded and tranquil position with commanding views over the surrounding countryside and Iznajar lake. Although very secluded the property is only about 4 km from the thriving traditional Andalucian town of Iznajar with its wide variety of shops, bars, banks etc. The building comes with 34,000 sqm of olive groves with some almond trees sloping down from the house which overlooks most of the land. The groves have been organically managed for at least 6 years and is undergoing a 5 year transition to full organic status which started in 2015.
The part-constructed house was built about 10 years ago but was not completed due to the ill-health of the original owner and left largely untouched since. The solid stone external walls have double-glazed aluminium windows fitted and internal walls to potentially provide space for a kitchen/sitting room, 2 small bedrooms and a bathroom. It requires a new roof, floor finishing, wiring, plumbing, plastering etc. to complete.
N.B. IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT, IN COMMON WITH MANY LOCAL, SPANISH-OWNED PROPERTIES, IT WAS BUILT WITHOUT PLANNING CONSENT BUT MAY HAVE FUTURE POTENTIAL.