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Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017

Nature can be bought

You cannot put a price on the privilege of living in the epicentre of a Natural Park

The Valencian Community can be proud of having an appreciated natural environment, with a great diversity of flora and fauna, which appears most in its main natural parks. The one located in Sierra de Mariola, in the inland of the province of Alicante and Valencia, is overwhelming. It has more than 17.257 hectares, and houses the most southern yew forest of Europe, with a large variety of granivorous birds and archaeological sites dating back to the Neolithic period. Strolling through this interior green space is a unique experience and to live nearby is an absolute privilege. However, it is affordable only for a few privileged ones.

There is a unique rustic-style house, located in Bocairent, which sits on a plot of 75.00m2, in the middle of a mountain in the Sierra Mariola range. Completely integrated within the environment, overlooking the valley and with a spectacular infinity pool, one may assume that its price is exorbitant. However, the fact is that, the property was valued at 2.5 million euros, and it is now on the market for 1.930.000 euros. The magnificent outdoor environment and the interior facilities, which provide great comfort, have been taken into account when it has been priced. This is the perfect retreat where you can breathe the fresh mountain air while overlooking the breathtaking landscape, and fully isolated from the city’s hustle and bustle.

The exclusive villa combines a classic style highlighted by the exterior stone, with the warmth of the wood and the steel finishes in the interior of the property. The lounge boasts large glazed windows from which you can enjoy the surrounding views from the comfort of your home, an integrated modern kitchen and a room with high ceilings. The house, with 350m2, consists of four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a magnificent terrace where you can relax and enjoy the lovely weather, and where for a moment (and only for an moment), with the whistling sound of the trees swaying in the wind, the realisation that the city of Valencia is only 40 minutes away begins to vanish.

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