The 350m2 house is set over three storeys, its hillside location providing street level entrances on both the lower and middle levels. The main home is situated on the middle and upper floors, whilst the lower level consists of a self-contained independent one-bedroom apartment.
The main house has three double bedrooms, one with en-suite washbasin and shower area; two bathrooms, one with a full bath the other with built-in shower, a large lounge/diner; and an open plan kitchen/living room overlooking the sierra. The modern fitted kitchen is fully equipped with fridge-freezer, with built-in microwave, electric oven, induction hob and extraction hood and dishwasher.
Both the principle bedroom on the upper floor and the main open plan living/kitchen area enjoy duel air-conditioning/heating units.
In addition to this, there is a separate utility room with sink and plumbing for washing machine.
The lower floor, originally the stable and store rooms, has recently been converted into an attractive, self-contained apartment with centenary wooden beams, and original stone features. The kitchen-diner, complete with hob, microwave and refrigerator, leads into a sitting area with double doors to a wrought iron, Juliet balcony with open views to the mountains. A double bedroom with en-suit bathroom and dressing area completes the apartment. The apartment can be accessed via stairs, from the main home or by its own, two hundred year old door, from the street. The apartment has double-glazing and fitted fly screens. There is also a large storeroom/workshop on this lower level.
South facing, the house enjoys sunlight throughout the day. On the top floor there is a large, private terrace complete with a canopy sun-shade, which is ideal for al fresco dining, barbecues and sunbathing. The mountain views from the terrace, and indeed from the rest of the house, are stunning, especially in the spring when the surrounding country side is covered in almond blossom.