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1079 Town House in Albayzin

Granada, Granada, Granada City
€ 495.000


Fabulous carmen in the heart of the Albayzín with beautiful garden, plunge pool, roof terrace and panoramic views.The ground floor comprises of a spacious entrance hall, a large fully fitted kitchen/dining room with an impressive fireplace. There is also a large double bedroom and a family size bathroom. The property is laid out around an interior patio which can be accessed from the kitchen or from the double bedroom. Upstairs there is a spacious living room with open fireplace, a further two double bedrooms with en suite bathroom and a small meditation room. All rooms have access to the balcony overlooking the garden and patio. The floors are laid with antique terracotta tiles, many original elements have been preserved or restored by the previous owner, such as the wooden beams, rejas etc...Outside there is a large patio with plunge pool, BBQ and seating area. The numerous fruit trees provide the garden with plenty of shade. There is a large rooftop with panoramic views of the Alhambra, the Albayzín, Granada and the Sierra Nevada. 


All mains services are connected.Broadband internet available.


The property is located in the heart of the Albayzín, on a tranquil street near Plaza San Miguel Bajo. Granada city centre can be reached in just over 5 minutes walk.The beaches of the Costa Tropical and the Sierra Nevada can be reached in about 40 minutes.


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Buying Procedure and Costs

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