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Almost every sq m of this plot has fantastic views of the coast and in one location there are views that spread from Puerto Banus to Gibraltar. There is a dirt track road to the property. The nearest asphalt road is about 1000m away.There are "out-houses and sheds" on the plot that until recently were used by a goatherdsman. One could build a small building provided the building is allowed for "use with animals" or agricultural use and complimentary with green-belt environment.Possible to obtain water from Río Velerín with the permission of extraction which the neighbouring land has, but one would have to build the tubes to this land. There is no electricity but again one could try and bring it from the transformer on the nearby land.
Finca close to the coast and amongst a protected forest area.The road to the main house from the beach is approximately 6km, that is a 7 minutes drive, and is asphalted up to the front door of the house. There are some 5 to 6km of existing internal roads on the finca and there is water all year round.Due to the topography of the terrain, there are locations on the estate with views to Gibraltar which have not changed for hundreds of years, so one has the illusion that there is only the forest, sea, Gibraltar and Africa with little between. Possibility to extend building and to restore some of the ruins on the estate.The farm house has been refurbished and redecorated in keeping with the character of the property and comprises 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a large kitchen/breakfast room, a double drawing room, dressing room, swimming pool, sun terraces, 4 garages and a vegetable garden. There is a further guest cottage with double bedroom, kitchen, lounge and shower room. There are also 4 out-houses used for storing tools and animals, and a number of ruined cottages.The Rio Velerin flows through the property and has numerous waterfalls and rock swimming pools.There is approximately 100.000 m2 of flat land which is ideal for a plantation and used to be a mango plantation.The electricity comes from a transformer which is on the property. There is a permission to extract approximately 18.000 m3 of water per year from the River Velerin.This water is taken to a deposit by an old Roman acueduct from a higher point of the property. There is also a legalised well on the property but it is not used as the other system does not need electricity consumption.On the property many "jabalis", partridge and other birds have been seen.