Large finca in the mountains behind Gaucin, Andalusia, Southern Spain. A stunning plot of over 130 hectares with spectacular views towards the Ronda mountains. Access approximately 10 minutes from the main road over a well maintained dirt track. Crossing a stunning scenery of ancient old oak trees, leading towards the entrance of the finca.
A finca in Spanish is the equivalent for a plot of land that is use for agriculture or livestock. This particular finca is used for a variety of livestock activities. It is currently a goat farm and the milk is sold to a local cheese factory. It also has some pigs, cows and chicken. The livestock is not included in the sale.
Roughly 16 hectares is used for livestock, the remainder of the finca is covered in oak trees (encinas) and cork oak (alcornoques). There is some income from the cork that is harvested every 9 years. There is an old small farmhouse on the finca and some basic barns are set up for the goats. The farm house in the present setting needs to be renovated if someone intends to live there. It would be possible to get a reform license to renovate these buildings.
Under the new law, the LISTA there might be possibilities for a new build, however, the exact details will have to be discussed with the town-hall architect. The location must be chosen carefully. The finca is classified as rustic land, partly forest land, partly with special protection. It forms part of the Ronda mountains. Furthermore there is an old livestock trail (drove), ‘vía pecuaria’ in Spanish, affecting the finca. The finca is connected to the mains water supply. Electricity is by means of a generator.