Up in the rolling hills of southern Spain lies the quiet town of Manilva with sweeping panoramic views of its surroundings. The town is surrounded by vineyards that produce divine muscatel grapes. Looking down over Manilva, the coastal town of San Luis de Sabinillas can be seen. Only 2 kilometres away, it is home to 4 kilometres of sandy beaches, cafes and typical seaside restaurants known as Chiringuitos. Only a short drive further inland, a plethora of culture and history stretching back centuries can be found.
In the heart of the quaint streets and whitewashed houses lies a converted stable. Built circa 1800, it was once home to a miller and has also been used as a small inn. Since its time as a stable, it has been remodelled into a rustic 3 bedroom townhouse. It still retains original features such as beamed ceilings and the bedrooms reside in what was once the hayloft. The lounge, dining room, bathroom and kitchen are located on the ground floor, with the kitchen leading out onto a patio that acts as a suntrap.
From the bedroom windows, stunning views of the towns below and Mediterranean sea can be seen. The bedrooms lead out on the first of three roof terraces. They provide the perfect place to watch the sunset over the horizon. The age of the house adds greatly to the character and it holds a lot of potential. This unique house is a great space for creativity.
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