Property For Sale Carmona,Spain

For sale by real estate agent - Carmona

4 bed Property for sale

Beautiful Country House For Sale in Carmona Spain

$719,028 | £517,220 | €595,000
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Beautiful Country House For Sale in Carmona Spain Euroresales Property iD- 9825627 Property information: Country house for sale, located in a private and peaceful urbanisation on the outskirts of Carmona. The main house has two stories plus a large basement. The front of the house has a beautiful facade, with a tiled veranda which stretches along the whole house, featuring attractive arches and illuminated by Spanish style lighting. The veranda and the large balcony above are adorned by elegant white balustrading, and there is a curved staircase leading from the veranda down to the garden below, giving a unique fairy tale appearance to the property. Furthermore, the balcony, and roof terrace on the other side of the building, offer great views of the surrounding countryside, the nearby 'pueblo blanco' and also of the beautiful garden itself. The dwelling is composed of the main house and also a large extension situated on the rear of the property. The main house has two bedrooms (both with air conditioning), bathroom, kitchen and lounge (which also has air conditioning), and a charming hallway with access to the roof terrace. in the extension there is a large kitchen, a lounge, utility room and a bathroom. The large basement consists of two more bedrooms, another lounge, wide office, a modern dressing room and a useful storage room. Major improvements have been carried out to create a private garden which has an extensive tiled patio with lots of space for barbecues, outdoor furniture and sunbeds. There is a wonderfully large swimming pool, adorned by majestic lions which keep the water flowing back into the pool, ensuring a fully-functioning filter system. There is a pump room for the pool and a wide roof terrace, ideal for drying clothes in the fresh air. The patio has two sets of steps which take you down to a lower level in the garden, ideal for growing vegetables, or alternatively to keep pets or chickens, whatever you please. At the side of the patio is a gazebo area for outdoor furniture, a pleasant place in which to relax and enjoy the garden, benefiting from outdoor lighting which runs along both sides of the pool. To the side of the front garden, there is also a full-sized private tennis court. This lovely garden contains 6 palm trees, 4 Jacaranda trees, many fruit trees: orange, lemon, plum, 2 fig trees (1 black, 1 green), pear, nectarine, 2 pomegranate, olives, 2 Nispero or Lowquat trees, a grapefruit and a lime. There is also a spectacular specimen of Callistemon (or Bottlebrush), which flowers twice a year. Furthermore, there are 2 lockable sheds for garden tools, bicycles etc. A clever storage cupboard has been built on the side of the kitchen wall, in which to store gas cylinders, in a safe manner and out of sight. The house benefits from a powerful solar panel on the roof, providing hot water to the kitchen and bathroom in the upper house, thus saving lots on the monthly water heating bill. The well-maintained urbanisation has private access for its residents, is situated very close to the lovely Roman town of Carmona, has easy access to Seville, the airport, and good links to Cordoba and all the other important cities throughout Andalusia. About the Area: Carmona is a town of southwestern Spain, in the province of Seville; it lies 33 km north-east of Seville. Carmona is built on a ridge overlooking the central plain of Andalusia; to the north is the Sierra Morena, with the peak of San Cristobal to the south. The city is known for its thriving trade in wine, olive oil, grain and cattle, and holds an annual fair in April. Carmona was originally a Tartessian-Turdetani settlement. With the arrival of Phoenician traders from Tyre, Carmona was transformed into a city, and centuries later became a Roman stronghold of Hispania Baetica. it was known as Carmo in the time of Julius Caesar (100-44 BC). The city was made even more impregnable during the long occupation of the Moors, who erected walls around it, and built fountains and palaces within. in 1247, Ferdinand iii of Castile captured the town, and bestowed on it the Latin motto Sicut Lucifer lucet in Aurora, sic in Wandalia Carmona ("As the Morning-star shines in the Dawn, so shines Carmona in Andalusia"). There are many interesting places to visit in Carmona of significant historical interest. For example, the Alcazar was home to King Peter i, also known as Pedro the Cruel by some, and Pedro the Just by others during the 18th Century. The Parador, now a state-run hotel, is worth a visit too, if only to enjoy a cup of tea whilst taking in the panoramic views over the countryside below. The whole town is dotted with spectacular churches, palaces and convents and Carmona even boasts its own Roman necropolis. Carmona has a Mediterranean climate with a sunny spring and typically some rain in that season. in October, the average temperature ranges from a minimum of 13 °C to a maximum of 26 °C. The city experiences a moderate level of annual precipitation and has pleasant winter temperatures. Contact Euroresales Ltd for more information.
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