This property is situated in one of Estepona’s most charming areas of the old town, close to all amenities and the beach. It is positioned very close to Plaza de las Flores, the main church, and the pretty area of Plaza Begines. Currently divided into 2 adjacent townhouses that are currently connected through the patio and the ground floor. One house comprises a living room, a separate dining room, a kitchen with access to a ground floor patio with another room currently used as a storage room; from the living room, a staircase leads to the first floor with 3 bright bedrooms and a spacious bathroom; from one of the bedrooms there is another staircase leading to a utility leading onto a sunny solarium terrace with views of the mountain, the church and old town roof tops.
The second adjacent property is set on the corner of 2 streets and comprises a main entrance, a living room, a bedroom facing the patio, a large bathroom and storage area with access to the ground floor patio; the first floor has a further 2 bedrooms and a terrace overlooking the patio below and the street; it has a tiled roof. The properties are in good condition but could do with an interior reform and could easily be turned into 4 separate apartments, 2 independent townhouses or one large house, depending on your needs. The houses are in a very sunny location with open views from the roof top.
With a good project in place, this would provide the ideal location for a hostel project, due to the location and the size of the property.
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