Phone Number
013640734476 956383402605567594211959660831037

Address
Bicorp, Valencia, Spain

* Nearest village of Bicorp is approximately 15 minutes drive *
* Nearest main town of Xativa approximately 50 minutes drive*
* Detached 4 double bedrooms*Diesel Central heating*
* Log burner * Solar Electric with generator back up *
* Natural spring water * Stunning Location *
* Approximately 25,000m2 of land with approximately 50 Olive trees*

Bicorp is a small village (population approximately 600) in the Canal de Naverres area which is situated in the Valencia region, but falls under the Judicial district of Xativa which is the nearest main town, some 39 km away.

Bicorp itself offers a school ‘Colegio Publico Los Pinso’ pharmacy, medical centre, banks, butchers, grocery store, cafes and restaurants.

Airports: Valencia: approximately 80 mins Alicante: approximately 110 mins

If you are seeking tranquility and privacy, then this beautifully presented retreat, is in our opinion, a wonderful find in which to step away from the madness of the modern World and enjoy a life of complete peace and relaxation. Although being sold as a private residence, the house is currently being run as a successful restaurant, that said, no alterations would be needed other than the removal of the table and chairs to completely revert it back to a superbly comfortable and private home.
The original part of the house is believed to date back 150 years and is situated beside the Rio Cazuma (river Cazuma) and Rio Fraile, which is an area of outstanding natural beauty and due to the close proximity of the popular Cuevas de la Arana, a group of caves which were discovered in the early 20th century in the valley of the river Escalona and were used by prehistoric people who left outstanding rock art estimated to be some 8,000 years old making the area popular for historians, rock climbers, cyclists and walkers.

Main Accommodation:

The house can be approached via two rustic driveways one to the lower terrace parking area (easy wide rustic steps with wooden posts and rope railing leading up to the house)  the other through double gates up to the main house and smaller parking area beyond.  Disabled access can be obtained either through the ladies toilet (situated in the converted garage) which leads in to the large sun terrace and house or from the purpose built ramp at the main entrance.  Situated to the side of the house you will find the olive grove.

 

Main entrance:  Traditionally dressed wooden double Spanish doors with superb Valencian tiles to either side.   Outside light.

 

Entrance hall:   Superb reception hall with sweeping  tiled staircase to the first floor.  Part wood effect panelling.  Central light.  Radiator.  Double doors to:

 

Lounge, dining area, downstairs shower room/WC., kitchen:   Large open plan room.  Lounge area with attractive feature built in unit with a mixture of shelves, cupboards and drawers.  Ceiling fan, strip 4 light fitting, 2 wall lights.  Radiator.  Feature dividing brick wall:  Curtain leads to small recess with wine store.  Door to: shower room.  Fully tiled with mosaic tiles in shades of blue.  Shower cubicle with concertina door.  White close coupled WC.  Wall mounted sink with stainless steel taps.  Inset tiled mirror with light over.  Window for ventilation.  Radiator.

 

Dining area:  Three large windows overlooking the front of the house.  Large window to the end overlooking the enclosed courtyard.   Wood effect panelling.  Ceiling fan.  Half tiled again with the superb Valencian tiles with deep blue skirting tiles and tiled dado.

 

Kitchen area:  Fully tiled in classic white tiles and tiled dado.  Ceiling fan.  Large ‘Newpol’ gas cooking range.  5 gas rings, triple oven and plate warming drawer.  Extractor hood with light.   Inset double sink with stainless steel mixer tap.  Window overlooking the courtyard.  Two ceiling lights.  Central tiled table.  Brick built breakfast bar with storage under, stone effect work top and suspended glass and chrome display unit over.  Door to:

 

Fully enclosed south facing courtyard with tiled floor.  Back gate allowing access to the olive grove and driveway.

 

From the courtyard door to:

 

Second kitchen:  with large purpose built  BBQ and traditional rice oven.  Windows over looking the courtyard.   ‘Tifell’ Boiler.  Door to:

 

Storage room:  housing Solar batteries and ‘Ingeteam/Xtender’ hybrid inverter charge.  Small window overlooking the courtyard.

 

From the main entrance hall door to:

 

Fully enclosed large sun terrace with tiled floor and bar.   Door to converted garage male and female (with disabled access) cloakrooms.

 

Ladies room white suite.   Pull down assistance rail, close coupled WC., wash hand basin with stainless steel tap.  Mirror and paper towel dispenser.

 

Gents room with white suite of close coupled WC., wash hand basin.  Mirror and paper towel dispenser.

 

From the main entrance hall:

 

Feature sweeping fully tiled staircase to the first floor:  Wood effect floors and ceilings throughout this level.

 

Lounge:  Small ventilation window to the side.  Large window overlooking the front of the house and stunning forest views.  Central light.  Radiator.  Hallway leads to:

 

Twin bedroom with window overlooking the front.  Strip lighting with 3 spotlights.

 

Spare (double) bedroom currently used as an office.  Window overlooking the sun terrace.  Central light.  Radiator.

 

Shower room:  Fully tiled in attractive shades of blue mosaic tiles.  Luxury suite comprising large pedestal basin with stainless steel mixer tap.  Inset tiled mirror with 3 spot lights over.  Bidet.  Close coupled WC.,   large walk-in shower with built-in seat, large overhead shower head and hand held attachment.  Ventilation window.  Radiator.

 

Double room:  Window overlooking the olive grove.  Central light.  Radiator.

 

Master bedroom:  Window overlooking the orange grove and another window overlooking the front of the house.  Built in shelves.  Central light.  Radiator.

 

Outside:   There is an abundance of trees including Olive (approximately 50),  Fake pepper, Pine and Gingko biloba also known as Maidenhair which is a specimen of tree famous for being the only surviving trees at the epicentre of the atomic bomb in Hiroshima this tree is also renowned for its’ medicinal advantages.

 

Beyond the converted garage there is a room in which two petrol generators (Genesis 3000 & SGH Series by Genergy 15 HP) are situated.

 

Whilst there is currently no swimming pool we do not envisage (subject to obtaining the necessary planning approval) any problems with installing one.

 

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