The house is entered through a wooden front door which opens into the Entrance Hall (approx 240cm x 410cm). Doors lead off to Kitchen 1 and a ground floor Reception Room.
Kitchen 1 (Approx 420cm x400cm) It is a traditional working kitchen – the working heart of the house – spacious enough to live, cook and eat in it. The ground floor position means that this room is warm in winter and cool in the summer. A wood fired boiler provides heating throughout the property using hot water radiators. There are fitted cupboards, a mixed fuel range style cooker, fridge/freezer and stainless steel sink inset into the worktop.
Reception Room (Approx 440cm x 440cm) This spacious room is currently used as a hobby room but could be converted into a bedroom or a living space.
Garage and Cantina To the rear of the ground floor there is a large garage (Approx 560 cm x 400 cm) served by a roller garage door. This leads to cantina space (Approx 500cm x 400cm) housing freezer, washing machine, tumble drier and an autoclave which supplies a constant water pressure throughout house even if the water supply is disconnected. A separate boiler room houses a modern gas boiler used to provide hot water and as alternative to the wood fired heating system.
There are marble stairs leading up to the first floor landing.
Living Space ( Maximum size 955 cm x 460 cm). There is an open plan area consisting of kitchen, dinining area and sitting area with french doors to front and side leading to external balcony which extends around the front of house and one end. From the balcony the spacious loft area can be accessed by ladder.
Sleeping quarters are entered via a door into a lobby space and consist of Bedroom 1 (Approx 430cm x 510cm) with en-suite shower handbasin and wc, french door leading to balcony, Bedroom 2 (Approx 410cm x36ocm) and Bathroom (Approx 250cm x170cm) with white suite comprising bath with over-bath shower, bidet, handbasin and wc.
The house is surrounded by over 2 hectares of land currently planted with approximately 1000 Beech and Cherrywood trees, 150 cherries and the remainder Beech. There are also native acacia trees, several olive trees and recently planted fruit and nut trees around the house. There is a well on the property which is believed to be fed by an underground stream which provides water for agricultural purposes.
The land is in two parts with a provincial road running across the property effectively dividing the land. The upper part rises up to the top of the hill and is home to approximately 750 trees. Across the road the lower part decends to the valley floor and has a further 250 trees. There is a stream forming the border on two sides of the lower land.