Molino Lorca offers versatile accommodation in the old mill and the former stables which are divided by a central, gated courtyard. In total there are 10 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 4 lounges, 2 dining rooms, 4 kitchens and an office area/library. The total floor area is around 450 square metres. The property has been restored in a contemporary rustic style and retains most of its original features. It has mains electricity and water is provided by a private, natural spring.
The plot is about 5,000 square metres, mostly planted with olive trees but there are also fig, peach and pomegranate trees. It is bordered by the River Velano which flows all year. The property has excellent access from the road but is very private.
The old mill is a large 3 storey building which has been redesigned internally to provide independent accommodation on each floor with separate entrances and private outdoor space but which can be used together as they interlink. The ground floor can be used as a very spacious one bedroom apartment. On the first floor there are four bedrooms and on the second floor 3 bedrooms. There is at least one bathroom and a kitchen on each floor.
The old stables have been converted into a pretty, 2 storey cottage with a kitchen and spacious living area on the ground floor and two bedrooms and a bathroom above.
As well as the central courtyard, a covered terrace leads to the swimming pool area. The pool is 5m x 6m and surrounded by its own terrace. In front of the ground floor is another large terrace with a covered BBQ and seating area with wood store and workshop.
Steve and Tony, the owners, have put Molino Lorca on the market for 595000 euros. A very reasonable price considering the size, facilities, condition and location of the property. It would make an ideal permanent or holiday home for a large/extended family or a base from which to offer special interest holidays for small groups e.g. painting, walking, cookery, natural health and virtually any idea you can think of. The property is currently rented to groups throughout the summer and is only available for viewings on Saturdays (changeover day) until the autumn.
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For viewings and further information please contact Digby Merry - email@example.com
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After many years working in the tourist industry in Cornwall and Spain as a product/marketing consultant, brochure writer/designer and photographer I moved to Spain permanently in 2001. I have worked in the property market since then but have also maintained my interest in photography. I now live with my wife Margaret, who is an artist, on a farm near Loja, Granada.