Town house, currently under reconstruction, with stunning views of the Alhambra and the Albayzín. The property has been built with quality materials and to a high standard using modern techniques but will be finished with traditional Andalusian details: hand-made tiles, elegant wooden ceilings and the stunning, typically Albayzín woodwork incorporated into the balcony that overhangs part of the patio. This long balcony is accessed by glass doors affording the lounge a spectacular view of the Alhambra.
This elegant house comprises three floors and a roof terrace. One enters into a patio area through one of two wooden doors: a pedestrian door and a vehicle door. The patio, which will be paved with traditional Granada black and white cobbles, will have a wall fountain in Moorish style. There is space to park a car but also room for planting. Four steps up from the patio lead to the main door and into a spacious hall with a storage cupboard and a bedroom leading off to either side, each with its own en suite bathroom. Both are spacious with lots of natural light and stunning views.
Stairs lead downstairs to two further bedrooms, which although partially below ground level, have high ceilings and are very light due to their windows. These bedrooms share a bathroom. As well as bedrooms, they would work perfectly as an office, gym or den. Like the rooms above, they have elegant wooden ceilings. Also on this level is a large store room/machine room which houses the central heating boiler, diesel storage and water heater. There is plenty of room for storing suitcases, bicycles etc. in this space.
On the second floor, there is a large lounge, facing the Alhambra with the beautiful feature balcony and pre-installation for a log burner, a kitchen with double aspect windows, a toilet and a storage cupboard. This floor is a beautiful, open living space.
A final set of stairs leads up to a roof terrace with 270 degree views over the city and the Alhambra monument.
All of the rooms have air-conditioning, except the lower level bedrooms, which do not need it, and all rooms have underfloor heating. The windows are all of solid wood, double glazed and with airtight closures.
Situated in a quiet part of the Albayzín, this exceptional property is unique for the high specification, for the level of workmanship and details, such as the damp course membrane, not usually seen in Spanish builds. Viewing is highly recommended. The house is due for completion at the end of October 2021.