This stunning Villas is accessed through wrought iron gates, a gravelled driveway sweeps past the house leading you to a sheltered stone paved courtyard at the main entrance of the property. Here you will find parking for several cars as well as a carport. The main feature here is the stone water feature set amongst a mature garden, offering shade in those hot summer months.
The Villa is nestled neatly in the middle of a large 11000m2 plot surrounded by water features, mature vegetation, and a paddock to one end. Also, to note that there is a putting green to the far end of the garden.
Recently refurbished throughout to an extremely high standard, with quality fixtures and fittings, this Villa is perfect for those seeking peace and tranquillity without being too far off the beaten track.
The main entrance is covered by an open wooden porch, perched on top of beautifully decorative stone pillars. As you enter the property, you are immediately aware of the abundance of light that floods the room. The main open plan living area boasts large patio doors leading to a wrapped around balcony, with wooden flooring and glass balustrade, arched windows, a stunning feature fireplace, underfloor heating and direct access onto a spacious covered terrace overlooking the pool and garden. The kitchen, contemporary in style, is fully fitted offering an island with breakfast bar and fully integrated gas hob.
The property is distributed over three floors, tastefully decorated throughout, with the master suite situated on the top floor boasting a large double bedroom, walk in wardrobe, en-suite, living room and private terrace with far reaching views. Furthermore, there are three spacious double bedrooms, all en-suite (one currently used as a gym with sauna).
Outside you will find a large plot with roughly 5000m2 attributed towards the garden. Landscaped, with a stunning pool area, several water features, and a large paddock suitable for horses. There is scope to further develop the garden.
With mains water, private well, hot cold air conditioning and stunning scenery, viewings are highly recommended. Furniture available by separate negotiation.
The vibrant town of Coin is a beauty with plenty of history and sights. As you arrive, you will drive through fields of orchards, oranges, lemons, olives, almonds and forests such as Alpujata, La Fuente, El Charco del Infierno and La Albuquera. You will feel a world away from civilisation and indeed Coín is referred to as the town of three hundred orchards.
Coín has a rich history having been occupied by the Romans, when the town was known as Lacibis, then later as La Cobin, in the 1st century B.C.
There are many lovely squares, known as Plazas, where you can relax with a coffee, listen to the fountains and watch the world go by. Try Plaza de la Via or Plaza Alameda.
When occupied by the Moors, Coín was known as Dacuan and was an important town in the region. Although Coín's economy has largely relied on agriculture, it also has been a producer of marble and ceramics, perhaps you have heard the term ‘green Coín'?
Coin is located 36km south-west of Málaga, at an altitude of 210 metres above sea level overlooking the stunning Guadalhorce Valle. The climate has mild winters and hot summers and more than a third of the days of the year are sunny. Its municipality has an area of 128.4 km2 and welcomes its almost 22,000 inhabitants, who receive the name of coineños or coínos