SOLD. COUNTRY HOUSE IN BULLAS 3 kilometres from the town centre.
- 234 m2
- 5 Rooms
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
SOLD. COUNTRY HOUSEBULLAS 3 kilometres from the town centre.
VERY LUMINOUS located in an environment of high ecological value with views of Castellar and Sierra Espuña, built on a 5.273 m2 estate with almond trees, olive trees, walnut trees, shade trees, aromatic plants and drip irrigation installed.
It has a constructed area of 234m2. It is distributed in large living room with Nordic cooker, kitchen with washing machine, microwave, electric toaster and fridge, laundry room, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Garage with automatic doors, porch and barbecue with electricity, water and granite sink. Large area around the house for games and recreation. Oriented to the noon, LANDED WITH NATURAL STONE, ceilings with revoltones and high quality pvc enclosures in wood colour, with double glazing and mosquito nets (excellent thermal insulation).
Solar energy and pre-installation of boiler and radiators. Complete electrical installation. Two ecological septic tanks
in pvc with decantation system prepared for the use of waste water. Little use, only at weekends.
Bullas is a Spanish town and municipality, belonging to the Region of Murcia. It is located in the region of Noroeste. It has 11 530 inhabitants (INE 2019),1 divided between the urban area of the municipality and several districts, including La Copa de Bullas, with 648 inhabitants.
Bullas is known as the Gateway to the Northwest, as it is the entrance to the region of the same name through the RM-15. This region is characterised by a relative abundance of water, with an average annual rainfall of 395 litres per square metre, with extremes of 137 litres in 1970 and 965.5 in 1989 (INM), by its extensive agricultural crops and by its forest landscapes (gallery forests, Aleppo pine forests, holm oaks and a diversity of mountain species).
To the south of the municipality are the Sierra de la Lavia and the Aceniche valley.
The site of Bullas has been used as a human settlement for centuries. From the archaeological discoveries found in the Cabezo de Oro (“Pasico Ucenda”) it can be deduced that the earliest evidence dates back to approximately four thousand years ago. Likewise, from Ancient Rome there are numerous testimonies of its civilisation in farming villages such as Fuente Mula, Fuenblanquilla, La Loma and the most important of all: Los Cantos, where an archaeological piece of excellent workmanship was found, initially thought to be a child statue of Bacchus but which is a representation of the Mediterranean autumn, which is currently in the National Archaeological Museum in Madrid.
- Air conditioning
- Central Heating
- Swimming Pool
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