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Country House for sale in Mula

For Venta Country HousesAvailable
160,000 €
  • 210
  • 10
  • 6
  • 2

Property Resumen

  • Price160,000 €
  • Reference0974
  • Contact nameJose Carlos
  • Contact phone+34 666 464 899
  • TypeCountry Houses
  • Sold No
  • Contract Venta
  • StatusAvailable
  • LocationCosta Cálida / Murcia / Mula / Bullas
  • Home area210 m2
  • Lot area14,000 m2
  • MaterialBlock, Brick, Stone
  • Rooms10
  • Beds6
  • Baths2

Property Descripción

Sale Country house in Mula, Murcia Inland.

Floor surface 210 sqm. Livingroom, diningroom, kitchen, six bedrooms, terrace
and two bathrooms.

Private Pool, summer kitchen, fenced and lovely views to Sierra Espuna.

Mula is a town and a municipality in Spain that belongs to the Region of Murcia, located in the Region of the River Mula, of which it is the capital. The town is the head of the judicial district of the same name. It has 16,883 inhabitants (INE 2019),1 distributed between the city centre and various districts. The municipality is famous for the Fiestas del Niño Jesús de Mula
and the Tamborada, declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.


Deer Marsh. Reservoirs the waters of the river Mula to irrigate the fields of the Muleña orchard
Mula belongs to the same climatic domain as the city of Murcia. It enjoys a dry Mediterranean climate (arid Mediterranean) characterised by scarce and irregular rainfall with total annual rainfall that varies considerably. Annual rainfall is 340 mm, January being the driest month and October the wettest. Its average annual temperature of 18.2°C places Mula slightly above 18°C which separates the cold (BSk) and warm (BSh) variants of this type of climate. With mild winters and hot summers, it gets more than 300 days of sunshine a year. Temperatures range from 16°C-4°C in January to 34°C-20°C in August, although many summers they exceed 40°C.

These rainfall levels are higher in the mountainous areas of the municipality, as well as having lower temperatures, producing winter snowfalls in the Sierra del Cambrón (1528 m, the highest in the municipality), and the Muleña part of Sierra Espuña.

Popular belief affirms that the mountains surrounding the city are of volcanic origin. This is due to the strange shape of the mound on which the ruins of the castle of La Puebla de Mula, the old suburb of the city, sit. However, this mound is made up of the same sedimentary materials as the rest of the basin of the River Mula; it is a package of marl-limestone crowned by a limestone stratum.

More information about: Mula


Property Comodidades

  • Air conditioning
  • Furnished
  • Parking
  • Orchard
  • Lift
  • Heating
  • Central Heating
  • Fireplace
  • Fridge
  • Internet
  • Garden
  • Dishwasher
  • Swimming Pool
  • Telephone
  • Terras
  • Trastero


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