Plot of Land in Beautiful Location, Soportujar, Granada, Andalucia, Spain
Euroresales Property iD - 9826239
***Sterling price = £105,000***
***Planning Permission Already Granted***
Cortijo Las Angraillas,
The beautiful province of Andalucia, Spain, continues to be known as one of the most desirable places to live across Europe. On offer here is a chance for someone to make a smart investment into this magnificent part of the world with this excellent plot of land.
Set just outside the picturesque village of Soportujar in the stunning Sierra Nevada Mountains, the site is a spacious 47,568m2 and features ancient buildings already on the land (which are in need of refurbishment or demolishment). The site has been tested for water and the current owners have been reliably informed that drilling a well will find water. As well as being surrounded by breath-taking natural views, this site is said to be located on a sacred mountain and further up there is a Buddhist centre, where a Dalai Lama grew up.
This really is a perfect opportunity for someone to transform the site into a spectacular new commercial or residential project.
This site not only offers buyers a potentially comfortable, spacious and modern place to live but also an exciting venture into the ever-growing holiday rental market, thanks to its spectacular location in Andalucia, famed for its stunning natural scenery, beach areas and golf courses, this property is just a short drive from many of them. As well as being located in the Sierra Nevada mountains, the site is just a 30-minute drive from numerous glorious beaches along Spain's mesmerising Southern coastline.
This location is also the perfect base from which to discover many of Spain's other fascinating areas such as Granada, Marbella and Malaga.
The site's spectacular location means it is surrounded by a vast array of walking, cycling, water sport, fishing areas and ski resorts in the vicinity and there are also may excellent golf courses nearby.
The area is also very well-connected transport wise via road, air, with Granada international Airport 40 miles away and via the sea, being relatively close to the coast. This is of course yet another massive plus point in the context of the residential/commuter and holiday rental market.
ABOUT THE AREA
Soportujar is a municipality located in the province of Granada, Andalucia, Spain. According to the 2015 census (iNE), the city has a population of 296 inhabitants.
The scent of orange blossom, the swish of a flamenco dress, the glimpse of a white village perched atop a crag: memories of Andalucia linger.
immortalised in operas and vividly depicted in 19th-century art and literature, Andalucia often acts as a synonym for Spain as a whole: a sun-dappled, fiesta-loving land of guitar-wielding troubadours, reckless bullfighters, feisty operatic heroines and Roma singers wailing sad laments. While this simplistic portrait might be outdated, stereotypical and overly romantic, it does carry an element of truth. Andalucia, despite creeping modernisation, remains a spirited and passionate place where the atmosphere sneaks up and envelops you when you least expect it - perhaps as you're crammed into a buzzing tapas bar or lost in the depths of a flamenco performance.
Part of Andalucia's appeal springs from its peculiar history. For eight centuries the region sat on a volatile frontier between two faiths and ideologies: Christianity and islam. Left to ferment like a barrel of the bone-dry local sherry, Andalucia underwent a cross-fertilisation that threw up a slew of cultural colossi: ancient mosques transformed into churches; vast palaces replete with stucco work; a cuisine infused with North African spices; hammams and teterias (teahouses) evoking the Moorish lifestyle; and a chain of lofty white towns that dominates the craggy landscape, from Granada's tightly knotted Albayzin to the hilltop settlements of Cadiz province.
it takes more than a few golf courses to steamroller Andalucia's diverse ecology. Significant stretches of the region's coast remain relatively unblemished, especially on Cadiz' Costa de la Luz and Almeria's Cabo de Gata. inland, you'll stumble into villages where life barely seems to have changed since playwright Federico Garcia Lorca created Bodas de sangre (Blood Wedding). Thirty per cent of Andalucia's land is environmentally protected, much of it in easy-to-access parks, and these conservation measures are showing dividends. The iberian lynx is no longer impossibly elusive; the ibex is flourishing; even the enormous lammergeier (bearded vulture) is again soaring above Cazorla's mountains.
One of Andalucia's most intriguing and mysterious attractions is the notion of duende, the elusive spirit that douses much of Spanish art, especially flamenco. Duende loosely translates as a moment of heightened emotion that takes you out of yourself, experienced during an artistic performance, and it can be soulfully evoked in Andalucia if you mingle in the right
places. Seek it out in a Lorca play at a municipal theatre, an organ recital in a Gothic church, the hit-or-miss spontaneity of a flamenco pena (club) or Malaga's remarkable art renaissance.
For a superb visual representation of the area, copy and paste the following link to your browser: https://youtu.be/wHHPkVBj_E8
Located among the breath-taking Sierra Nevada Mountains.
47,568 m2 plot.
Planning permission already granted.
Perfect location for a stunning new commercial or residential project right at the heart of nature.
Surrounded by breath-taking views.
Tested for water.
Located on a sacred mountain.
Further up mountain there is a Buddhist centre, where a Dalai Lama grew up.
Planning permission for an ambitious retreat previously approved.
Massive potential in the holiday rental market.
Just a short drive from many of the region's stunning beaches.
Perfect base from which to discover many of Spain's other fascinating areas.
Many fantastic ski resorts, walking, cycling, water sports and fishing areas in the vicinity.
Close to many excellent golf courses.
Excellent transport links.
40 miles approx. from Granada Airport.
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