Casa Cormorante 3-bed Townhouse in Arcos de la Frontera

€169,995 Reference: ARC540


  • Townhouse
  • 3 bedrooms 3 bathrooms
  • 169,995
  • Constructed area: 171m2
  • Plot area: 214m2


  • Garage
  • Near the airport
  • Near the beach


  • 59km from Playa la Barossa
  • 5km from Golf Arcos Gardens
  • 1km from Numerous Restaurants
  • 1km from Supermarket Mercadona


Newly renovated historic patio house split into 3 separate 1 bedroom studio apartments in the centre of the old quarter of Arcos de la Frontera

Casa Cormorante has been sympathetically modernized to create 3 super one bedroom studio apartments using quality materials whilst restoring many of the original features such as stone floors, arched doorways and windows. Each apartment has a private terrace with stunning views across Arcos and the surrounding countryside. This property would make the perfect live-in business or investment property but could also be used as a single family home.

Its central location to the old quarter of Arcos means that shops, restaurants and bars are all close-by along with the beautiful historic streets which attract many visitors all year around.

There is good access to Jerez which is the nearest airport 30 minutes drive away whilst the stunning coast with all of its natural beaches is just an hours drive away. The glorious Sierra de Grazalema is on the doorstep with its expansive natural park, lakes and tiny white villages not to mention the array of wildlife, flora and forna.

The property is located on a quiet cobbled street. Entrance via a large wooden doorway leads into the central patio shared by all 3 apartments. This is decorated with original stone arches and the artizan well plus the first apartment located on the ground level. The 2 additional apartments are located on the first floor, each with their own private access from the patio.

Each studio apartment follows a similar design with open plan living room to kitchenette with breakfast bar, fitted units, induction hob and fridge with freezer compartment. The bedrooms are all large doubles and link to the shower rooms, each with antique sewing tables converted into sink units, antique stone sinks and double showers.

Authentic Andalucian tiles decorate the bathrooms and kitchen areas.

All apartments are fitted with full hot/cold air-conditioning units in the living area and bedrooms. All come complete with traditional style wooden-shutter windows which are double-glazed.

The ground floor has a private terrace accessed from the bedroom, also on the ground floor so this is perfect for someone who would prefer to avoid stairs. The 2 first floor apartments share a stairway up to the roof terrace which splits giving access to generous split-level private terraces on each side of the utility space at the top of the stairs ensuring privacy for each area. All offer stunning views. The first towards the lake and sierras, the 2nd in the opposite direction across the river and towards Jerez.

Total constructed area approx: 171sqm
Private terraces (x3) 27sqm + 28sqm + 15sqm (70sqm in total)
Status: Urban (SU)
CEEE rating: TBC

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About the area: Arcos de la Frontera

Arcos de la Frontera is one of the largest inland hilltop white towns (Pueblos Blancos) in the Province of Cadiz. It stands proud perched on the edge of huge sand stone cliffs and its history dates right back to Neolithic times when man lived in caves. As with many of these pretty villages, Arcos evidences much unrest in its history, changing hands through the centuries including the Arabs, Romans and the Moors. This has resulted in a beautiful tapestry of cultures woven into the very fabric of its cool, character filled narrow streets and many historic buildings in and around the old city walls.

Arcos de la Frontera is most famous for its imposing Gothic Cathedral, built by Alfonso the Wise back in the late 13th century to mark his victory over the Moors and the restoration of the Christian faith within the town.

Today you will find a busy, thriving town full of shops, great restaurants and bars knitting together the old with the new. The picturesque Arcos Lake is at the foot of the town and attracts many cyclists wanting to enjoy a gentle ride around its perimeter and observe the wonderful flowers, trees and multitude of wildlife found on and around its banks. Arcos is approximately 40 minutes from the coast and its award winning beaches stretching from the City of Cadiz all the way to Gibraltar. Further inland there are the wild and wonderful nature reserves with their character cork trees and rustic shrub land great for walking amongst the wildlife.

Whether you are looking for a permanant residence or holiday destination Arcos de la Frontera has plenty to offer as a quality inland destination.

Population Arcos de la Frontera: 2016 - 34,211
Proximity to airports: Jerez de la Frontera 40 Km, Seville 94 Km, Gibraltar 119 Km, Malaga 178 Km

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