Hacienda Style Country house with guest house, Jimena de La Frontera
REDUCED PRICE A very special hacienda-style country house, with guesthouse in Jimena de la Frontera, Andalusia. Ideal to run as holiday accomodation. Both houses have own access, garden and pool, in a stunning setting amongst exotic gardens on the edge of the pretty white-washed village of Jimena de la Frontera, bordering the river and the Alcornocales Natural Park. The approximately 300-m2 rustic house was built in the early eighties. The house consists of a spacious entrance hall, guest toilet, further the lounge with open fireplace, dining area and an open kitchen & bar, a large pantry leading to the BBQ terrace outside. Upstairs are four double bedrooms, two bathrooms a laundry room and a large covered terrace. The approximate 2000-m2 tropical and well-maintained gardens is full of peaceful nooks and crannies and a lovely sunken-pond area, fed by an ancient spring, it is an ideal spot for relaxing and entertaining. Next to the swimming pool is an organic herb-garden. The independent guest house consists of a reception, kitchen and a double bedroom and a bathroom. The guest house has it’s own pouch-pool area and garden. On the property still exists a 200-year-old house, which is used as a one bedroom suite with outside the old natural spring, which is very unique. Jimena de la Frontera is situated 25 minutes from the Beach and Sotogrande, 45 min. from Gibraltar.Print PDF Contact me about this property Similar Properties
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Jimena de la Frontera is a lovely white village in the province of Cadiz, very conveniently located at a 20 minute drive from the Coast, the beaches and up market urbanisation Sotogrande with an international school and fabulous golf courses. Jimena's history goes way back to the Phoenicians and the Romans.