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Esparragosa De Lares
€ 89,950

This 2 bed single story house is in the quiet village of Esparragosa de Lares, on the slopes above the beautiful lakes of Extremadura and just 5 minutes drive from Talarrubias, 40 minutes from the larger town of Don Benito. The edge of village, fully modernised house consists of 2 bedrooms (one 7x3 m), a good sized lounge with wood-burner and large dining kitchen all with air- conditioning, a large utility room and fully tiled shower room. The large patio doors from the kitchen open onto a partially covered, private dining patio of 400 sq ft. From the utility room a door leads to an impressive 1,400 sq ft private terraced area with 4x3m plunge pool (4ft deep), an arched veranda, a lemon tree and various terraces to provide all day sun and shade. This amount of outside space is very rare with a village house. There is also a garage and workshop and all mains services are connected.


Sierra de Gata

La Sierra de Gata lies in the north west corner of Extremadura, close to the Portuguese Border. About 600 meters above sea-level, there always seems to be a gentle breeze during the summer, which makes for very pleasant evening drinks and suppers on the terrace. The area is very green and lush as it gets a little more rain than many other parts, but the climate is still very mild, even in the depths of winter.

The area is if anything even less developed, consisting mainly of small villages perched half way up a hill, often with fantastic views of the surrounding countryside.

The countryside is incredibly beautiful and fertile, with an enormous range of wild life and vegetation, abounding in the indigenous oak and beech trees. The whole area has an abundant water supply, ranging from springs and tiny streams which swell when it rains, to large lakes and reservoirs, which in turn supply summer entertainment as official natural swimming pools.

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