AGRICULTURE LAND - LAND IN SPAIN FROM 30 638 💷 GBP
- LAND FOR SALE
- Agriculture Land
- £ GBP
- 3 listings
Parcel of land for sale in Guajar Alto Granada – a beautiful area with a special micro climate. Planted with approx 500 olive trees pomegranate nispero and fig trees. Produce your own olive oil or grow your own fruit & vegetables!
7200 m2 Agriculture Land
Guajar Alto, Andalucia, SpainListed By: Creative Property Marketing on 07.02.2023
52000M2 of land set in the mountains above Albondon Granada. With various platforms and access tracks on which can be built a small house of 80M2 or a larger project with the involvement of tourism.
52000 m2 Agriculture Land
Albondon, Andalucia, SpainListed By: Creative Property Marketing on 20.05.2022
Country estate 315 ha. Main house (1704) can be transformed into a hostal. License for use as hunting grounds and considerable potential for outdoor activities. 3 rustic houses. 65 m2 pigeon house. 3 caves and an old shepherd's shelter. Closest highway 5
Agriculture Land for sale in Yecla
Yecla, Region of Murcia, SpainListed By: Private Seller on 27.01.2015
Spain is one of the most popular countries in the 🌎 world for overseas property. Its combination of sunny weather, affordable 🏠 house prices and long, sandy beaches make it a traditional destination for lifestyle buyers looking for holiday homes and second homes. British buyers are one of the biggest groups of investors in Spanish property but the country's attraction extends to Russian, Scandinavian, Chinese and American buyers, with non-EU buyers encouraged by the country's visa laws, which offer permanent residency to those who spend more than €500,000 on real estate. Popular hotspots in Spain include the Costa del Sol and Murcia, where the 2014 Paramount Theme Park is boosting property prices and tourist appeal.
With the potential for income from farming activities as well as generating a profit by selling the land at a higher price, farmland can be a profitable land investment. As demand for natural produce around the 🌎 world continues to rise, interest in agricultural land has driven values up - and prices are expected to keep climbing.