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4 bedroom Finca/Country House for sale in Albox with pool – € 159,995

4 bedroom Finca/Country House for sale in Albox with pool - € 159

Finca/Country House

Albox, Almería

  4 beds

  2 baths

€ 159,995

4 bedroom Finca/Country House for sale in Albox with pool - € 159,995

Cortijo Precioso – A country house in the Albox area. (Resale) Stunning country house for sale in the Almeria region, set in a beautiful location with a plunge pool and beautiful views over the surrounding mountain ranges. From the street double gates open onto a driveway which leads to a large wooden carport. To the right is a lovely garden area where you will also find the lovely plunge pool which is ideal to cool off in the summer. To the left is a patio area with an outdoor kitchen, seating and also two arches which lead into the sun room with sliding doors, ideal for al-fresco dining…. See full property details

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