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Triple threat: Beautiful Townhouse in Spanish "white village" with three different outdoor spaces

It's all about outdoor living with this classic beauty on the market for 105k Euros

Property Photos Courtesy of Competa Properties
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Description Courtesy of the Listing Agent

A very special townhouse with a patio, two ROOF TERRACES and wonderful views, full of character with TRADITIONAL beamed and caned ceilings, terracotta flooring and old doors, situated in a peaceful location in the beautiful authentic white village of Sedella.

This property is distributed on two floors. Access is via a beautiful old wooden door leading into the rustic style kitchen with an original beamed ceiling. From the kitchen there is a small hallway with a storage area leading to the bathroom and steps from the hallway take you down into the lounge with a LOG BURNER for cozy winter evenings. French doors open out onto the PATIO with a brick arch leading into a storage area.

Steps from the lounge take you up to the first bedroom with two pairs of french windows with balconies. Back in the kitchen, a set of stairs take you up to the light and bright second bedroom with french windows and balconies (the current owners are using this room as a second lounge). From here there is access. via a utility area. to the first roof terrace giving wonderful views over the village, a spiral staircase takes you up to the second roof terrace with a built in seating/ BBQ area. From here you can enjoy views over the village and up to the mountains with a glimpse of the Mediterranean sea.

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The Details

Asking €105,000

2 Beds | 1 Bath | 61m2

Location: Sedella, Málaga, Andalusia, Spain

Source: Competa Properties


About Sedella Spain

Sedella is a municipality in the province of Malaga, which is part of the autonomous community of Andalusia, in southern Spain. The town is situated in the foothills of the Sierra Tejeda mountain range, at an elevation of approximately 700 meters above sea level.

Sedella has a population of around 600 people, and its economy is primarily based on agriculture, particularly the production of olives and almonds, as well as tourism.

The town has a rich history dating back to the Moorish occupation of Spain, and it still retains some of its traditional architecture, including narrow streets and white-washed houses. There are also several historic landmarks in Sedella, such as the 16th-century Church of San Andrés and the remains of a Moorish castle.

The surrounding countryside is also popular with hikers and nature lovers, as there are several walking trails in the area, including the Gran Senda de Málaga, which passes through Sedella. Additionally, the town hosts an annual festival in honor of its patron saint, San Antonio, which features music, dancing, and traditional food.

Getting There

Sedella is located in the province of Malaga, in the region of Andalusia in southern Spain. The nearest major airport is Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport, which is approximately 60 kilometers (37 miles) from Sedella.

From Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport, visitors can take a bus, taxi or rent a car to reach Sedella. The journey by car takes about one hour, and there are several car rental companies available at the airport.

If you prefer public transportation, you can take a bus from Malaga Bus Station to Sedella. The journey takes approximately two hours and involves a change of bus in the town of Velez-Malaga. Alternatively, you can take a taxi or hire a private transfer from Malaga to Sedella.

Once you arrive in Sedella, you can explore the town on foot, as it is relatively small and easy to navigate. If you want to explore the surrounding area or go hiking, it is recommended to rent a car or join a guided tour.


Sedella has a Mediterranean climate, which is characterized by mild winters and hot summers. The town is situated at an elevation of around 700 meters (2,300 feet) above sea level, which means that temperatures can be slightly cooler than in the coastal areas of Malaga province.

In the summer months, from June to September, temperatures in Sedella can reach highs of around 30°C (86°F), although temperatures typically remain a few degrees cooler than in the coastal areas. Nights are usually cooler, with temperatures dropping to around 15°C (59°F).

In the winter months, from December to February, temperatures in Sedella can drop to around 5°C (41°F) at night, although daytime temperatures can still reach around 15°C (59°F). It is worth noting that Sedella is situated in a mountainous area, and temperatures can be cooler and more variable than in the coastal areas of Malaga province.

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