A traditional Spanish property situated close to amenities
A traditional Spanish town house situated in a quiet street and less than a minutes walk to the high street of Antas, with its shops, bars and restaurants. Deceptively spacious the property comprises: large entrance hallway with doors leading to a bedroom,currently used as an office, and doors leading through to the living/dining room. From the living room there is access to the newly installed kitchen and also on this floor there is a separate guest apartment, accessed via an internal courtyard and comprising living room, bedroom, and bathroom. The guest apartment does require further refurbishment. From the internal courtyard there are stairs leading to a roof terrace with storage area and lovely views over antas. The upper level of the property comprises 3 double bedrooms, 1 with en-suite shower room, and a family bathroom.
Just 12 kilometres from the coastal town of Garrucha and surrounded by the Sierra de los Filabres mountain range, Antas sits amongst fields of almond and citrus trees. The town is well connected to the motorway and is less than an hours drive from Almería airport.
Today Antas is a typically Andalucían town - rich in culture and steeped in history, where the hustle and bustle of daily life takes places in the streets and the small plazas of the town. It has all the services and facilities that would be expected of a medium-sized town, including shops, banks and restaurants.
Dating back to the 16th century and built in the shape of a vaulted Latin cross, the hermitage of the Virgen de la Cabeza lies close to the town. It is an important monument to Antas and is dedicated to the patron saint of the town. Its bell-tower was re-built at the end of the 18th century. A 300-metre aqueduct with an impressive section of semi-circular arches was constructed by an agricultural landowner in the early 20th century. Both the aqueduct and the adjoining warehouse that accommodated the steam powered water extraction pump were designed in an architectural style imitating other contemporary mining constructions, typical of mountain and coastal buildings in the southeast of Spain. Part of the aqueduct has been restored and stands today as testament of this early engineering feat.
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