Casa la Janda 2-bed Villa in Vejer de la Frontera

€117,000 Reference: C00766

Details

  • Villa
  • 2 bedrooms 1 bathrooms
  • 117,000
  • Constructed area: 90m2
  • Plot area: 1200m2

Nearby

  • 14km from Playa Zahora
  • 0.5km from Restaurant
  • 6km from Montenmedio Golf
  • 81km from Airport Gibraltar
  • 88km from Airport Jerez de la Frontera

Description

Charming little 2 bed,1 bath villa set in lovely rural location enjoying stunning countryside views just outside Vejer 15 mins to the coast

Casa La Janda is located just on the outskirts of the popular white village of Vejer de la Frontera. Just 5 minutes drive and you are in its pretty town centre with a large selection of restaurants, shops, bars and pretty cobbled streets to explore. The nearest beaches of Barbate and El Palmar are just 15 minutes drive away.

The property itself is in need of cosmetic updating and offers the potential of creating a nice rural retreat. A brief description is as follows:-

Entrance via gate and driveway to the property. Door leads into the entryway with the fitted kitchen to the left, and continues to the family bathroom. Returning to the entrance to the right leads into the dining room with air-conditioning. The 2 double bedrooms are to the left from the dining room. Continuing past the dining area, doors lead into the main living room which was once a terrace but now serves as a cosy room with log burning stove and double doors opening out to the large patio.

Outside the property there is small outbuilding with a shower, toilet and wash basin (currently used for storage)

The extensive south-facing patio overlooks the garden mainly laid to lawn and enjoys uninterrupted views over the countryside across La Janda.

Total constructed area approx: 90sqm
Total plot area approx: 1200sqm
Status: Rustic
CEEE rating:TBC

About the area: Vejer de la Frontera

Vejer de la Frontera is one of the most beautiful and revered hill top "pueblos blancos" (white towns) in Andalucia. It attracts artists, musicians and those interested in history and culture. It has been recognised by Spain as "an historical artistic monument of national importance" and once you step into its cool, cobbled streets and marvel at your surroundings, you will understand why. Its history dates back to at least 400BC and it has changed hands over the centuries more times than a set of traffic lights on Piccadilly Circus! Vejer commands an enviable strategic position in terms of trade and defence and therefore, was a place of much unrest. It overlooks the sea at the mouth of the Gibraltar Straights, inland across the Barbate River and out across the beautiful Alcornocales Natural Park, full of character Cork Oaks and rich wildlife as one of Spain's most important nature reserves.
The Romans, Moors, Arabs and the French have all occupied Vejer over the years leaving subtle imprints of their culture knitted within the architecture and cuisine through the winding streets and ancient arches and up to the church, built on the site of the old mosque nestled at the top of town within the medieval quarter. Its panoramic views meant that many battles were observed at the foothills and out at sea including the Battle of Trafalgar when Lord Nelson defeated the French in the early 19th Century.
Nowadays you cannot hear cannon fire but you can certainly imagine what it would have been like as there is little evidence of the 20th century within its old walls or the "Plaza de Espana" other than some fantastic restaurants and bars in which to relax and enjoy tapas whilst sipping a cool glass of "fino" (sherry).
Who could resist the peaceful charm of Vejer? Aan ideal location for you to live or spend your holidays with its moderate year round climate and only 10 minutes by car to some of the coasts most seductive sandy beaches such as El Palmar.

FAQ:
Population Vejer de la Frontera 2016 - 12,812
Proximity to airports: Jerez de la Frontera 86 Km, Gibraltar 87 Km, Seville 160 Km, Malaga 198 Km

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