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Beautiful Canarian Finca in Tindaya Village with high beamed ceilings consisting of 1 bedroom main house with additional stone guest cottage plus extra wood chalet and a large private plot of over 2000m2.Set in the lovely tranquil village of Tindaya with clear views to the sacred mountain this is a fully renovated detached countryside villa constructed with the original thick stone walls and solid wood beams.The main house consists of a central large lounge with high pitched ceilings, 1 main large bedroom, separate kitchen with views to the courtyard terraces and main shower / bathroom plus dispensary.The main house has a central outdoor terrace ideal for all dining / entertaining / BBQs with wooden pergola plus a roof terrace with open country and Ocean views.Next to the patio terrace is a separate stone accommodation ideal as a guest house.Set further from the main house is a large wooden chalet of 1 double bedroom, bathroom and kitchen / lounge plus covered terrace ideal as a guest accommodation or to let out separately.The property is South facing making the central terrace a protected and popular place to spend most of the day with views out across the private gardens.The property is very comfortable and has been renovated sympathetically retaining all the main features of the original house - one of the earliest in the village. The garden is full of mature plants that are well established and need little attention plus all areas have been covered in gravel requiring no maintenance.This is an idyllic renovated farm house full of character and an ideal permanent home or rural retreat for holidays and would make a popular holiday rental due to its unique features.In walking distance are local restaurants and 2 mini-markets plus the village bar and the stunning beaches of Tindaya are a 10 minute drive through protected countryside.Area: TindayaThe village (originally a small goat farming community) and protected area which are known as Tindaya sits at the bottom of the 400m mountain also called Tindaya. Tindaya was once regarded as a very religious place and the mountain was and in fact still is considered sacred. This can still be seen today in more than 100 carvings in the smooth rock. These strange carvings which sit at the very top of the mountain, were only recently discovered in 1978.The carvings are said to be there to ward off evil spirits.On a clear day it is possible to see mount Teide the tallest volcano on Tenerife from the top of Tindaya. .The rock that the mountain is formed from is very hard and defies erosion and when smoothed down and treated makes an attractive fascia. The stone can be seen today decorating the walls of Fuerteventura airport.DistancesPuerto Del Rosario 19kmAirport 26kmCorralejo 24kmshow moreReference Code: ES.FU.CO.RS.VI.1207Location:Sea ViewMountain ViewLandscaped Gardens ViewSouth OrientationOutside the CityQuiet LocationAccessible by carSunnyPet Suited AreaHiking AreaCycling AreaPools & Spas:Private TerracePriv. Roof TerracePrivate GardenPriv. Garden ShedFeatures & Amenities:Fully FurnishedWater MainsGround InsulationRoof InsulationPets AllowedRefrigeratorStoveWashing MachineWooden WindowsSeptic TankPoints of Interest Nearby:Bar, pub and TavernCafeChurcheFood ServicesGym and Athletic ClubParkRestaurantSchoolSupermarket
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