This three storey, traditional Spanish townhouse was built in 1880. It has 242m2 of floor space and is located in the beautiful village of Alpatro located in the Vall de Gallinera which is a stunning valley formed of eight villages, namely Benirrama, Benialí, Benisivá, Benitaia, La Carroja, Alpatró, Llombai and Benissili. These enchanting villages are situated along the banks of the river Gallinera, nestled among Les Solanes, El Almirante and Foradà mountains.
A landscape that is defined by the wildest nature. This stunning area of the Region of Valencia beckons you to explore its incredible naturescapes. Hiking trails will lead you to sites and points of interest that are steeped in history, traditions and culture that dates back centuries. La Vall de Gallinera is a haven for nature lovers. La Vall de Gallinera will envelop you in the most
spectacular mountain landscapes and incredible historic sites.
Alpatro has the best of both worlds with its all year round residents and fantastic community feel you can be involved as much or as less as you want, There will always be plenty to do with the local shops selling great produce, two bars and restaurants and you are only a short drive to the stunning community pool at La Carroja.
This established stunning home where you will enjoy a truly Spanish lifestyle. The accommodation comprises of a great size living and dining room, four/five bedrooms, four bathrooms and an open planned kitchen which are all kept immaculately. There is a beautiful open staircase, which flows onto a light and spacious landing. In addition, there are two large terrace areas to enjoy the beautiful views across the valleys and mountains. In the basement of this townhouse is a superb sized cave room. This house would not only make a fabulous family home, but would make an excellent opportunity to go back to its original roots of of being a Casa Rural for the walking or cycling community. The possibilities are endless.
This stunning historical town house has outstanding investment potential and a viewing is highly recommended.