The house is traditional stone built, and was renovated from top to bottom several years ago. It covers 140m² all on one floor, with a large lounge, three bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and utility room. There are both tiled and wood parquet floors. The lounge has a big fireplace, and there is a pellet burner for heating in winter. The back of the house opens onto the farm buildings and could easily be extended. It has a roof terrace with solar panels for electricity, which is accessed from the covered yard behind the house. The property also has mains electricity.
There are two large barns covering 500m², opening onto a central yard with several smaller buildings suitable for tack rooms and feed store. One of the barns is long and narrow (35×5m) and would be ideal for dividing into stables. There is a large patio (300m²) behind the yard suitable for group turnout.
There is a milking parlour set up for dairy goats; the farm buildings have a capacity for up to 300 goats. The buildings are designed for small livestock farming, but with some adaptations they are ideal for equestrian use.
The plot of land covers 2500m². It is fenced with tennis wire. There is a hay barn with capacity for 48 giant bales, an adjacent lean-to suitable as a stable, two sheds, and a sunken covered water tank with a capacity of 72m³. The tank is for holding irrigation water (suitable for livestock consumption); the farm has a right to 1 hour of water (every 9 days) from the Comunidad de Regantes in Hellín.
The property is situated between agricultural land (peach orchards) and a large pine forest. and connected to a huge network of tracks which are ideal for riding. It's just 7km from the busy town of Hellín and the A-30 motorway which connects it to the coast.
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