Set on one level
Over 100 olive trees
Secure area for animals
Reached by good track
Finca set in 2.5 hectares of mostly olives and almond trees. Less than 2 km from the River Ebro, famous for its Carp fishing.
The house consists of a large open plan living area with wood burning fire. There is a fully equipped kitchen area including cooker, fridge freezer, washing machine and breakfast bar. All set on one level. TV
The house was extended in 2004 to include 3 double bedrooms and a walk in dressing room/ extra bedroom.
There is a large bathroom with a walk in shower. The floors are tiled throughout.
A new roof was put on the house in 2004.
Power is by solar and generator. The generator is housed in a purpose built building nearby. A hot water heater situated in the garage heats the domestic water. Water is supplied to the farm.
There is an attached garage and an underground cisterna for extra water storage.
To the front of the house is a large terrace tiled in slate. Half the terrace is covered, giving a shaded area to enjoy alfresco dining.
To the side of the house is a large secure paddock. Ideal for keeping animals.
The farm is reached down a good track approximately 500 metres from the main road, but totally private.
The nearest town is less than 2km away. Here you will find everything you need. There are good restaurants, several Supermarket's, schools and hospital. The nearest airport is Barcelona, Reus, half an hour drive. Ryanair and Jet2 have regular flights throughout the summer. If you prefer to go by sea, there are sailings throughout the year to Santander and Bilbao and, then a drive down to the farm.
The coastal resorts of the Costa Duraudo including Salou and the quieter Cambrils are just a half hour drive. Barcelona is an hour. If you prefer the train, a regular service runs from Mora everyday to Barcelona. It takes 2 hours, but the scenery along the coastal route is well worth it.
There are weekly markets in the nearby towns and fiestas throughout the year.
Most of the land near the farm is owned by local farmers. They are always happy to lend a hand if needed but keep themselves to themselves. They are always ready to pass the time of day, even though we don't always understand each other. It doesn't seem to matter. In the summer I usually wake up to a basket of fruit and vegetables left on the doorstep. Cherries in the spring, tomatoes and lettuce in the summer and melons the size of basketballs.
The farm also has several fruit trees including figs, peaches, apples and Sharon fruit. There is plenty of land to grow as much as you want. The olives produce an abundance of oil and almonds. The olives are looked after by my friend's husband and taken to the local cooperative to be pressed.