Rural Country 2 Bedroom Villa
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Build 72m2
Plot 2600m2
2 Bedroom
1 Bathroom
South East
​​Rustic Rural south east facing country Villa which is located in the village of Navares in the Region of Murcia a short distance from the town of Caravaca de la Cruz.

The 72m2 property was built in 2004 on a 2600m2 fenced plot and comprises of a fitted open kitchen, lounge with wood burner fire, two good sized double bedrooms, dining room and study, (which could be turned into a third bedroom).

On the outside is a covered porch, private pool with new awning and large garden an outdoor kitchen and a new steel framed carport for 4 cars with large gravelled area.

To the rear of the property are a modern shed and an enclosed chicken run.
The property benefits from scenic views of the mountains and various fruit groves.
Viewing highly recommended
Navares is located at 810 meters above sea level, divided between two areas, Navares de Abajo and Navares de Arriba, with the relief near the Sierra de las Casas del OlmoCabras, in the Quípar Massif. Fields dedicated to dry land, cereal crops and almond trees, are the usual landscape of this geography.

Social Center The neighbors of Navares enjoy, in addition, some small patron saint festivities in January, dedicating them to San Antonio Abad, or to San Antón, holidays and brotherhood where there is not lacking the traditional rice and rabbit with snails.

Caravaca de la Cruz is a town and municipality of southeastern Spain in the province of Murcia, near the left bank of the River Argos, a tributary of the Segura. This city is the capital of the northwest Region of Murcia. 
Caravaca is dominated by the medieval Castle of Santa Cruz, and contains several convents and a fine parish church, with a miraculous cross celebrated for its healing power, in honor of which a yearly festival is held on 3 May.

Caravaca is home to many monuments and museums, many of which are important tourist attractions. The hills which extend to the north are rich in marble and iron. The town is a considerable industrial centre, with large iron-works, tanneries and paper, chocolate and oil factories.
Besides being known by the Christian relic, it also has a festival in honor of it, held between 1 and 5 May of each year, declared of International Tourist Interest in 2004. Along with processions and parades of Moors and Christians, the celebration of Horses of Wine is especially relevant, which now aspires to be the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.

Both the airports of Murcia-San Javier,  Alicante and the beaches of the Mar Menor are all about 1 hours drive away.