Village House, Jimena De La Frontera
From the unassuming brown wooden front door surrounded by white rendered concrete as we reside in a historic “Pueblo Blanco” (white village) lies a beautiful home, small at the front, but surprisingly spacious. Have a look at this quirky spacious fully re-modernised 1830's Jimena terrace house with newly rewired electricity. It also has: four sunny east facing terraces, plunge pool, shady citrus trees and unparalleled views of the mountains in the distance. As there are no internal stairs, you will be able to appreciate the lovely view when walking up and down. Upstairs, the house consists of two bathrooms (wet rooms) - with storage, shower and toilet, three bedrooms (2 doubles and a single), wood burning stove, sitting room area/hall way and built in bookshelf. Floors are tiled in a marble type tile. Downstairs is a large open plan living room/dining room with wood burner, and rustic kitchen with marble worktops and cottage style cupboards - plenty of storage. Floors are terracotta tiles. The many faceted layers of outside space, four terraces, all bask in the glorious Andalusian sunshine, from sunrise until the sun passes over the rooftops en-route to the castle in the late evening. Get up early to watch the sunrise or stay up all night and see the dawn of a new day after a late night. There is plenty of space too: sit and contemplate the lazy days ahead, be green fingered and cultivate some salad vegetables in the garden, read a book, daydream, tend to the herb garden, or sunbathe in privacy from all the neighbours on the wooden deck adjacent to the plunge pool - whilst grabbing a drink from the bar.