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Land In PinosoRegion around the town of Pinoso Ref: GPS23202
€360,000
Build:  m² Build: 200m² Plot: 10,000m²
Pool
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3
Beds
3
Very nice building plot for sale in the region of Pinoso. The building plots each consist of at least 10,000 M2. You may build a villa on this up to 200 M2. A sample villa is attached. The 10,000 M2 building plot ( 3,000 M2 fenced) and the (example) villa together are €360,000. There are numerous possibilities, which we would like to discuss with you, so you will soon be living in your dream villa in a great location. Ask us for non-binding information. The example villa has a large garage, for 2 cars, a large living/dining room with spacious open kitchen. There is a guest bathroom including a walk-in shower. 2 spacious double bedrooms with a shared bathroom with walk-in shower. There is also, of course, a master bedroom with a spacious wardrobe area and an en suite bathroom with walk-in shower. (Property has 3 double bedrooms and 3 bathrooms in total. Outside is another lovely terrace with a private 32 M2 pool. Pinoso or El Pinós rests on the border between the provinces of Alicante and Murcia. This small traditional town is surrounded by the charming Spanish countryside and beautiful sunny homes. Pinoso has a population of around 7,500 and was previously focussed on agricultural with a thriving footwear industry, it is now attracting the attention of foreign buyers as an ideal location for a holiday home away from the hustle and bustle of the busy coastline resorts but with the convenience of access to Alicante and Murcia Airports. There are 45mins and 1hours drive away respectively, with routes to all the major European airports serviced by most of the popular airlines. The origins of Pinoso are a mix of various cultures, including the Iberians, Romans (who probably began the vineyards) and Moors. After the re-conquest Pinoso came under control of the Kingdom of Aragon and at this time was just a small group of hamlets, it gained it's independence from Monovar in 1826. The parish church was built in 1743 in honour of Saint Peter the Apostle. The area around Pinoso is still mostly for agricultural use and grape vines are the most widely grown crop, the local Monastrell variety being one of the most popular and this produces some excellent quality red wines for which the area is renowned. Pinoso is also important for the production of marble and rock salt. Pinoso is a popular place for those wishing to purchase rural property away from the busy coastlines of the Costa Blanca and Costa Calida. There are a number of Finca style houses and ruins with large plots of land available to buy in the area. The town enjoys reliable warm and dry weather all year round, so you won’t be feeling those winter chills if you decide to move here. Pinoso holds its weekly farmers market on Saturdays and this is a good place to stock up on fresh produce. A lot of the local almonds, olives, and grapes go to Pinoso for processing into wonderful fruity oils and the famous wines. You can buy the local wine in all the bodegas in the area from as little as 60 cents a litre! Pinoso also offers a wide selection of organic wines which you can buy by the box or bottle. A short drive away is the famous wine making town of Jumilla (Murcia region). The wine of Jumilla can be found in most UK supermarkets and the town holds it's famous wine fiesta each August, during which the madding crowd is sprayed with wine while partaking of free local “vino” and the fountain in the main square flows freely with local claret in abundance. Pinoso has been one of the top five richest towns in Spain thanks to the local production of marble, granite, almonds, shoes and local wines. Marble is Pinoso's most important economic product and the Mount Coto area is the biggest producer of limestone marble in Spain. The marble, or "cream-ivory" as the locals call it, has been mined since the 1950's. Alicante province produces over 25% of the total marble production of Spain and of this Pinoso produces over 97% of it from Monte Coto. There are many interesting and vibrant towns to explore and and enjoy near to Pinoso include Jumilla, Novelda, Elda, La Romana, Villena, Yecla, Abanilla and Fortuna. The old town square provides tranquility and relaxation and the local people will make you feel very welcome. There’s plenty to do, from hiking to horseriding, you can even paraglide for a bird’s eye view of the valley.
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