We are delighted to present this wonderful house located in a peaceful and private setting, surrounded by vineyards and offering breathtaking mountain views. This spacious property features 3 bedrooms, perfect for accommodating your family and friends. Additionally, it boasts 2 bathrooms, one of which is en-suite, for added convenience.
As for amenities, this house is equipped with air conditioning, ideal for maintaining a pleasant temperature throughout the year. But that's not all, this property also offers a refreshing swimming pool, perfect for enjoying sunny days.
Furthermore, you can relax on the terrace that surrounds the house.
A guest "casita", garage or barbecue can be quoted separately (please ask us for a quote without any compromise).
If you enjoy golf, you'll be pleased to know that a top-class golf course is just 25 km away. And if you're a beach lover, the best ones on the Costa Blanca are only 40 km away. Imagine spending your days soaking up the sun and sand!
Moreover, the location of this house is very convenient, as it is only 35 km from the airport, making travel and connections easy.
Don't miss the opportunity to live in this tranquil and private paradise. Contact us today for more information and to schedule a visit!
We can also build this project in Pinoso, Macisvenda, Cañada del Trigo or any of the surrounding areas. We can also provide the plots for you (we have plots in the area with water and electricity conections, or we can build this as "Off Grid" as well, if you prefer).
The district of Cañada del Trigo is located in the so-called Carche area, named for its proximity to the mountain range of the same name. In the lands that surround this population center, the vine crops are the ones that populate the landscape, but, if we go into the nearby Sierra del Carche, considered a Protected Natural Area, we find species of flora and fauna that proliferate in a vegetation that It is distinguished by the presence of thyme, crags, esparto, lavender, lavender or conifers such as pine.
Here you can also find a very rare species in the region such as bearberry, a bush that produces small edible red berries whose leaves are used in infusion as an astringent or disinfectant.
The most interesting fauna are birds of prey such as the eagle owl, the golden eagle, the peregrine falcon or the short-toed and booted eagles, and mammals such as the wild cat, foxes and wild boars.
The climatic conditions of the region, such as the average annual temperature, the lack of rainfall and the number of hours of sunshine per year, as well as the characteristics of the soil, limestone and poor in organic matter, make the cultivation of the vine favorable, being the wine activity the engine of the economy of Cañada del Trigo. In this district there is a wine cooperative and some wineries.
The wine is made in artisanal wineries and the grapes that they cannot transform are sold in neighboring towns. These wines have a graduation that ranges between 12º for reds and 11º for rosés.
The festivities in Cañada del Trigo are celebrated from August 3 to 15 in honor of its patron saint, the Virgen de los Remedios. The party program includes a Folklore Festival with invited groups, a neighborly dinner, a street parade and a popular lunch. The nights are enlivened with musical festivals. On the 15th, the big day in the town's festivities, a parade is held in the morning, lunch and Holy Mass. An offering of flowers is celebrated and then the procession through the streets of the district. For the end of the party, a fireworks display and festival.
The most characteristic product of this district is the Queso al Vino, which has a designation of origin. It is a fatty cheese whose paste is pressed and washed but not cooked. Its rind is smooth, very light and has a very peculiar garnet-reddish color due to the double baths in red wine to which the cheese is subjected during its maturation. The tradition of the ancient shepherds of the Altiplano area obliges, almost morally, to subject the cheese to these short baths of salt and double paste wine.
The paste is compact when cut, white in color, with some small eyes and a creamy and elastic texture. With a slightly acidic and slightly salty taste, it gives off a mild aroma. It is a cheese that can be eaten fried with tomato, if it is fresh, or served as a tapa. The wine with which this cheese pairs is typical of the regions of Jumilla and Yecla.
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