Finca Joaquina
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Finca Joaquina

950.000
Between sky, earth and sea (a nest of peace)

Finca Joaquina 950.000

Between sky, earth and sea (a nest of peace)
0,13 Ha.
430 m2
8
7
Excellent condition Excellent condition
Panoramic, Mountains Panoramic, Mountains
165 La Casota 165 La Casota
La Vall de Laguar La Vall de Laguar
Alicante , La Vall de Laguar
What we like:
  • Very authentic property
  • Breathtaking views
  • Conglomerate of several independent buildings
  • Fully running business and under licence
  • loads of flexibility
  • the "bio" touch of this concept
  • just nearby the village
  • Dominant position

Finca Joaquina 950.000

Between sky, earth and sea (a nest of peace)
0,13 Ha.
430 m2
8
7
  • Shops at 1 min
  • Beach at 25 min
  • Town centre at 1 min
  • Public pool
  • Airport at 75 min
  • Sea at 25 min
  • Highway at 15 min
  • Swimming pool
  • Barbecue
  • Fireplace
Presentation

Agricultural property set in the very heart of the valley, on the old road linking 2 genuine native Spanish villages, at the foot of the mountain.

This finca was originally the site of an ancient 12th-century Almohad settlement, which included a defensive tower, erected on an outcrop of rock that was easy to defend and affording a view of the neighboring fortresses with the coast beyond; on a clear day the island of Ibiza is visible.

Alongside this tower, the 17th-century Mallorcan settlers built the farmstead to which a number of auxiliary constructions were added over the course of time: the first house is a typical arcade-fronted building for drying raisins; the Threshing-Floor House; the Stove house, where the raisin-drying process was continued on rainy days. The whole complex has been restored and refurbished for the use of guests as follows:

1) The arcade house:

An old porticoed construction originally designed for storing raisins overnight, refurbished and divided into four separate double rooms each with individual access to the garden.

Each room has a full en-suite bathroom, air conditioning and heating.

2) The Threshing-Floor House:

This house has two reception rooms, one with a fireplace and the other -originally the stable- converted into a sitting-room and bodega with wood-burning stove. It also boasts a small library and the dining-room with magnificent sea views.

3) The Stove house:

Refurbished as a separate two-storey house, it has a fully equipped kitchen, a sitting-room with a wood-burning stove, a Moorish oven and barbecue outside.


The garden offers magnificent sea and mountain views, and the porticoed fountain-washhouse with goldfish is a wonderful item of the property.
Meeting room with a capacity for 18 people

In addition, the house is surrounded by land devoted to ecological agriculture: almond trees, cherry trees, olive trees, carob trees, vegetable gardens, chicken runs, etc.

Finca Joaquina 950.000

La Vall de Laguar
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  • Published since 02/03/2010
La Vall de Laguar

The municipality of La Vall de Laguar includes the towns of Benimaurell, Campell and Fleix, where the Town Hall building is located. None of them has more than 400 inhabitants and their main economic activity is the agriculture, especially the cultivation of cherries (with designation of origin), olive trees, figs, and almonds. La Vall de Laguar was the result of the Moorish mutiny that took place in 1609 against his expulsion order. The three towns are located in the confluence of Sierra del Cavall Verd or the Peñón, the one of the Carrasca and the Mediodía. Coming from Orba from where we access to the valley, we find Campell in the first place, then Fleix and finally, Benimaurell, where the road ends.

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