Large century-old traditional finca and its 8700m2 park
Description of the property
Large century-old finca with a large plot in the Benimarco-Fustera area (Benissa, Costa Blanca)
A large automatic door, gives access to this large property of 8 700 m2 with trees in which we find a rustic and colonial type house of 285 m2 with partially vegetated walls.
Distributed over two levels, the interior of the house has beautiful woodwork giving it all its traditional charm.
The finca has 6 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, making it possible to accommodate a large number of guests.
The 2 lounges of this vast residence each benefit from an open fireplace creating a warm and friendly space. The fully equipped wooden kitchen and the large dining room decorated with wood panelling are in harmony with the whole. Finally, a wine cellar completes this refined ensemble.
It also features a large swimming pool with a magnificent view of the valley and the Mediterranean Sea as well as a covered terrace.
The park of this beautiful property has many fruit trees and a large garden. Traffic in the park is ensured by beautiful paved driveways.
The property also has a large water tank and storage space.
Finca means "estate", in traditional Spanish, the word finca refers to a piece of rural or agricultural land, usually comprising a farm or real estate and often adjoining a forest or plantation. Today, the term is more familiarly used to refer to a large holiday home (estate) in a rural setting.
Fincas are homes of character, with a long history, some of which can be as much as 300 years old.
Benissa is a pleasant municipality on the Costa Blanca, located on the Mediterranean coast between Moraira and Calpe.
Benissa has magnificent coves and its coastal area is characterised by its cliffs, cliffs and pine trees.
It has a very high level of biodiversity and there are many opportunities to discover nature and hiking.
In fact, it is possible to take the paseo ecológico, a long, well-preserved and developed footpath that runs along the steep coast and takes the walker to the town of Calpe. The path is lined with information panels that inform the walker about the botanical and geological characteristics of the coast.
Benissa also offers one of the most beautiful walking routes in Spain: the Sierra de Bernia. This is a mountainous area that rises to 1128 metres and covers 1900 hectares. With its head in the clouds, Bernia offers breathtaking views of the sea and the mountains.
Benissa also boasts clear water and 4 km of sandy and pebble beaches, the most popular of which is undoubtedly La Fustera, a small white sandy beach topped by the paseo ecológico and featuring a charming beach restaurant.
Its shallow coves are ideal for snorkelling and discovering the marine biodiversity of the Mediterranean coast.
As is customary throughout Spain, Benissa has many local fiestas throughout the year. The most emblematic of these is the traditional Moros y Cristianos festival, commemorating the reconquest of the Iberian Peninsula by the Spanish.