DescriptionDetached Villa/ Town House
. Large Roof Solarium 89m2
. Central Heating
. Partical Double Glazing
. Bright, Light Property
This detached villa in Guaro is unique. Detached with roof solarium - there is even a small private plunge pool.
Entering into the property a workshop is located on the ground floor, this was previously an entertainment room and could quite easily be another bedroom as there is a shower room leading from here. A garage is also located on the ground floor.
The lounge is located on the first and has two large double glazed french windows making this room feel very light and airy. The kitchen is open to the lounge again with windows to the front and side aspect making this room bright.
There are three double bedrooms (one is currently used as a music room) and a family bathroom on this level.
The Roof Solarium is especially large at 89m2, with views of the village and distant mountains, there is also a small plunge pool to the rear of the terrace, tucked away in a private spot.
This property has been priced to sell quickly.
Guaro is a modest white village, located on the edge of the Sierra de las Nieves natural park. Thanks to its elevated position, at over 350 metres above sea level, the village offers privileged views across the surrounding countryside.
The area is known for producing almonds and olives, which is an important part of the local economy. Guaro has it ́s own olive mill, where locals have their harvests pressed. On the Grapevine Properties Youtube channel, you find a video about this authentic mill and the harvest process of the locals.
The village of Guaro is also used as an Eastern base for access to the Sierra de las Nieves, where you have stunning nature hikes and adventurous activities. It is the ideal spot for outdoor lovers, which also offers a few famous cultural activities like the Luna Mora festival in September. Like many white villages in Andalucia, the village dates back to the Arabic occupation of Spain. Luna Mora, translated as Moorish Moon is an historic celebration with arts, crafts and music in the open air amphitheatre of the village. Throughout the evenings of the festival, there is a Moorish style street souk, and the entire village is illuminated by over 20.000 candles which is truly beautiful to experience! Each July the village celebrates its annual pilgrimage parade or ‘Romeria’ terminating at the tiny chapel of ‘Ermita del Santuario del Puerto’. Another typical Andalusian event, where everybody is welcome to join in.
Guaro is located 55 minutes (50 km.) from the city of Málaga and the airport and the beaches of the Costa del Sol (Marbella) are only a 35 minute (24 km.) drive away!