Very large property with over 51 acres of land has a house, a cottage and a third registered building within its boundaries. The Main House, build in the adobe style around 1930, was entirely renovated in 1989, with a large kitchen extension and pool added. Changes included new insulated roof structure, wiring, plumbing, aluminum windows, wall plaster, traditional floor tiles throughout, bath/shower rooms, cane and boarded ceilings.Two log burning stoves provide heat for the sitting room and kitchen. Large covered terrace area along the whole of the south west facing part of the house. Large secluded roof terrace area. The pool is surrounded by Terracotta style terracing, with a small well kept garden area. The two bedroom Cottage was built in 1996 on the site of an old one. It has a traditional style making use of reclaimed floor tiles with cane and beam ceilings. Centrally located log stove provides winter heat for the entire property. The house has double glazed windows and doors. Walls and ceiling are insulated. Domestic hot water from gas geyser system, using bottled gas. Modern electrical system in place. Water to the cottage from the large well or smaller well. Irrigation requirements via reservoir water. Domestic sewage is treated by septic tank method. Finally the third building is available for development with a total floor area of 55m2 and is already registered as a habitation. The land has several tree types growing there: Fig, Olive, Citrus, Loquat, Almond, Carob and vines. There are considerable amounts of mature Cork Oak trees and crop of bark is taken for the cork trade. In 2004 a planting scheme for 18 Hectares of the total property area was undertaken for the planting of 7,400 Cork Oaks and 7,400 Maritime Pines. Two reservoirs and three wells situated on the land. Irrigation for the property is from a large reservoir with surface area 2000 square meters. Domestic sewage by septic tank method. There is ample parking space close to the properties.