Village House For Sale in Benarraba
Contemporary, cute and cosy ! A very clever use of space , this one bedroom li
FOR SALE IN THE WHITE VILLAGE OF BENARRABA´ - SERRANIA DE RONDA
Contemporary, cute and cosy ! A very clever use of space , this one bedroom little village house, although only 40m2 in size, feels way bigger ! Converted in 2010 , the traditional facade hides a sleek modern interior. A perfect little getaway retreat . easy to maintain and economical to run !
Double bedroom with ensuite shower room, underfloor heating and 1 small window.
Lounge with windows looking over the village, wood burning stove. Fully fitted kitchen area - hob, oven, fridge, microwave, dining set for 4.
Open plan flexi space room - which could be used as an office / 2nd ocassional bedroom - currently the room has a futon bed . patio sliding doors to large balcony which has sun from first thing until about 4-5pm depending on time of year.
This property backs onto our listing ACHBRB" https://www.andalucia-country-houses.com/propertydetails.aspx?SalePropertyID=1252559 The two properties are for sale from the same owner. it would be possible to connect the two proeprties together creating a much bigger house - Would also be a great investment to purchase the two properties as holiday rental homes -
Benarraba is a bustling village which makes its living from woodcutting, agriculture and cattle farming, as well as enjoying deserved renown for its hand-made pork products. A good selection of amenities and easy access to the coast . Gaucin 12 klm and Western Costa del sol 50 mins. Nearest airports - Malaga and Gibraltar
In response to the ever-increasing demand for mountain holidays and the peace and quiet to be found in spots populated with chestnuts, pines, cork oaks and gall oaks, the village has opened the Banu Rabah rural hotel, located in a privileged position overlooking the Genal Valley.
Exactly when Benarraba was founded is uncertain, though its origins are thought to be linked to the Benimerines, who may have given the village its name, which means "the sons of Rabbah".
The present-day village stands on the side of Mount Poron, once the site of a castle which overlooked the localities of Gaucin, Jubrique, Genalguacil and Algatocin. Legend has it that this castle was connected by a series of underground passages to those of Gaucin and Casares.