If you are looking for a true taste of the Spanish lifestyle, then this lovely finca is for you. Tucked away on the periphery of Pizarra, with Malaga airport just a short 30 minute drive, this beautiful finca is full of charm, perfect for those seeking privacy, space and tranquillity. The property is accessed along a tarmacked road with the last 100 meters being a solid dirt track. As you approach the property, you enter through wrought iron gates that lead you into the courtyard. To the left you will find a small casita on the edge of a fenced field, to the right the main residence and as you follow the road round, you will find a large carport hidden to the left.
Approaching the entrance of the finca, you walk along a beautiful sunny terrace, with spectacular views of the Guadalhorce valley. A traditional Andalusian door welcomes you into a lovely snug room with dining table, to the left you will find a fully fitted kitchen, to the right a newly refurbished rustic bathroom. Directly ahead, an arched doorway leads you into a large living room with high ceiling, exposed beams, log burner and stunning wooden windows with shutters. From here you have access to two bedrooms both with en-suite bathrooms. Stairs from the snug take you to the first floor where you will find two further bedrooms, both with exposed beams and sloping ceilings.
Outside, the finca boast a large, landscaped garden, all tiled with swimming pool and outdoor bar. This is a wonderful space to entertain guests.
To the front of the finca, you have the benefit of a small one-bedroom casita, with access to a toilet and shower room in an old converted shed nearby.
Facilities include mains electricity, internet, well water shared with another neighbour and septic tank.
Subject to necessary licenses, this property would make the perfect rural B & B.
Viewings highly recommended.
Pizarra is a tiny town lying 30 kilometres inland from Malaga in the Guadalhorce valley at the foot of the Sierra del Haco; the town is within easy reach of the capital and its international airport. It is also situated on the local railway line between Alora and Malaga and has managed to retain much of its old character charm, avoiding excessive development.
Although on the surface Pizarra appears to be a laidback white village, scratch the surface and you will find a surprising number of cafes, bars and restaurants. There is of course typical Malagueñan cuisine on offer, tapas, seafood, etc, but you will also find restaurants serving British, French and Italian food and even more astonishing are the options for a night filled with music and dance, with several nightclubs and disco bars in the town where you can have a great night out, Andalusian-style.
Pizarra also has a Municipal Museum which was created to exhibit the archaeological findings of the American painter Gino Hollander, who lived in the village for many years. When he left Pizarra to return to America he left the impressive collection to the local town. The Church of San Pedro, Palacio de los Condes de Puerto Hermoso (the Palace of the Counts of Puerto Hermoso), Hermanas de la Cruz convent and Nuestra Señora de la Fuensanta hermitage area also worth a visit.
The town enjoys the sub-tropical Mediterranean climate, with hot summers and warm winters. Divided from the sea by the mountains means the heat can soar in summer, but it remains comfortable for the most part. Temperatures are an average of 32 ºC in summer