If you are thinking about buying a stunning country house in Andalusia, you have to visit the beautiful village of Casarabonela. Besides the gorgeous surroundings, I fall in love with this villa for sale in Casarabonela. The perfect home for a family to enjoy the peace and beauty of living comfortably on the countryside. It is only 35 minutes away from the coast and 40 from Málaga city.
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In this blog we share with you a series of articles related to the truly unique Andalusian lifestyle. We write about ‘What to expect when you’re moving to Spain’, the ins and outs of life on the Andalusian country side, a selection of truly special properties with the owners personal stories and of course news updates on the property market and relevant changes in legislation.
Country properties in Malaga are available in a grand variety. It could be country house close to the beach and the Costa del Sol, or a cortijo tucked away in the Ronda and Malaga mountains. Even an equestrian farm, an olivegrove or vineyard, a bit further inland belongs to the possibilities.
The first six months of 2015 have been turbulent for the property market in Spain as well as for our Country Property market. Generally the amount of properties that exchanged owners has been up and the general feeling of the Banks and professionals in the market is that we touched the bottom of the market and prices are rising again
The mountains around Gaucin and the Genal valley are a stunning site and today they provide privacy for many individual country estate or country villa. In the old days, this privacy was quite convenient for other reasons as well!
With the historical role as a source of wine export for the Roman Empire, Casarabonela lies between the shadows of the Sierra de las Nieves in the inland grounds of Andalusia. Embedded in lands of fruitful olive farms, orange trees, almond trees, and avocados, Casarabonela is an authentic village only 30min away from Málaga and its airport.
When you are thinking of authentic Andalusian architecture you instantly think of Cortijos in Andalusia. The old farmhouses, built around a courtyard. In the old days only a small part was used for living, the mayority of the building was dedicated to the farm and consited of stables and barns.