Beautifully restored classic Spanish Finca for sale. Close to Benissa and with 360º views of the surrounding countryside including the famous Calpe Rock, Peñon de Ifach. An ideal family residence set on a large plot of 14.000m2 and featuring a large mature garden surrounding the property.This finca is a property to be enjoyed by all the family .
On the ground floor you have an entrance hall ,office and downstairs bathroom.The very spacious but cosy lounge with feature fireplace and log burner has origional doors leading outside to an exceptionally large covered terrace .From the living room you enter another large seating area again ideal as a day area or additional entertaining space.Large windows and doors bring the views and outside to you while you laze away your days.The kitchen which is to the right of the main lounge has a country feel, is fully equipped and leads out onto a lovely courtyard.
Upstairs are three spacious,characterful bedrooms one ensuite and one separate family bathroom. .
Outside the matured garden is mainly flat and has lots of possibilities.The fully fenced plot of 14000 sqm blends in so well with the environment.The finca has a 9,5 x4,5m private pool, separate pool house with guest facilities and summer kitchen including barbecue. A perfect place to enjoy and welcome the Spanish way of life with your family and friends. A double garage with ample parking on the drive is another bonus for this exceptional property.
This beautiful finca for sale in Benissa also benefits from solar panels,a functioning well and mains electricity.
Information about the Jalon Valley: Benissa.
Benissa is the main town at the end of the Jalon Valley, between Jalon and Teulada/Moraira. A traditional Benissa saying is "pulpo y misa" (polp i missa) and refers to one of the gastronomic traditions of the locality: the cocido de pulpo (octopus stew), where meat is replaced by rock octopus. Benissa, like its environment combined by sea and mountain, mixes the typical seafood specialties with the rural ones, hence its extensive and varied gastronomic repertoire: cazuela de melva, "cocas al horno" or "sangre con cebolla" (sang amb ceba). One of the gastronomic riches for which Benisa is known is its sausages, one of the best in the Marina Alta. Linked to the grape and the culture of the riu rau, in Benissa you can taste two different types of wines, the muscatel and the mistela. Benissa also is home to many supermarkets, car dealerships and all the usual shops and services such as doctors, dentists, vets, hairdressers, the closest big town to the Jalon Valley and a destination for many of the local inhabitants requiring the services available there. It is also located on the AP7 providing very easy access to both Valencia and Alicante. The main fiestas that the people follow with great devotion are the patron saint festivities in honour of the Purísima Xiqueta, which are celebrated on the fourth Sunday in April and last 10 days. They include free concerts and the emotional ascent and descent of the Virgin, before and after the procession, which is attended by many “Beniseros.” Other important festivals are those of the Moors and Christians, which are celebrated in honour of Saint Peter, on the weekend closest to 29 June. In addition to these two festivities, the Feria y Porrat (Fair and Porrat) is also held in January in honour of San Antonio, which lasts three weekends, the last of which also includes a medieval fair. And finally, Benissa has many rural districts, and both they and some neighbourhoods in the town centre have their own small local festival, such as the fiestas of the San Antonio
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