SHOW HOME . WOW factor. Fantastic views. Immaculately presented. IMMERSE yourself. Private and tranquil locaton. EXPERIENCE THE CULTURE AND LIFESTYLE of the Guadalhorce ValleyThis spacious property located in the hills of Guaro is definitely a one off. As soon as you enter the property you are wowed by the designed of the building, especially the large covered terrace partially enclosed with glass curtains - the space here feels very opulent.The owners have designed the property in order to enjoy the very best of Mediterranean living with loads of outdoor space with fantastic far reaching views. The large terrace that runs along the front of the property has both indoor and outdoor space. To the right is the enclosed lounge with wood burning stove to provide the winter heat. To left the open shaded terrace leads directly to the outdoor spacious entertainment area with bar, seating area and pool. The indoor lounge is bright and airy with patio doors leading to the terrace two windows with views of the pool area and countryside. The central feature of this room is the wood burning stove.The master bedroom is a good size and benefits from an ensuite bathroom. The second bedroom also has an ensuite and again overlooks the pool area.The feature wooden staircase leads to an open attic area that is currently a blank canvas.This house has all the privacy of the countryside but the comfort of modern living.Guaro is a modest white village, located on the edge of the Sierra de las Nieves natural park. Thanks to its elevated position, at over 350 metres above sea level, the village offers privileged views across the surrounding countryside.The area is known for producing almonds and olives, which is an important part of the local economy. Guaro has it ́s own olive mill, where locals have their harvests pressed. On the Grapevine Properties Youtube channel, you find a video about this authentic mill and the harvest process of the locals. The village of Guaro is also used as an Eastern base for access to the Sierra de las Nieves, where you have stunning nature hikes and adventurous activities. It is the ideal spot for outdoor lovers, which also offers a few famous cultural activities like the Luna Mora festival in September. Like many white villages in Andalucia, the village dates back to the Arabic occupation of Spain. Luna Mora, translated as Moorish Moon is an historic celebration with arts, crafts and music in the open air amphitheatre of the village. Throughout the evenings of the festival, there is a Moorish style street souk, and the entire village is illuminated by over 20.000 candles which is truly beautiful to experience! Each July the village celebrates its annual pilgrimage parade or ‘Romeria' terminating at the tiny chapel of ‘Ermita del Santuario del Puerto'. Another typical Andalusian event, where everybody is welcome to join in.Guaro is located 55 minutes (50 km.) from the city of Málaga and the airport and the beaches of the Costa del Sol (Marbella) are only a 35 minute (24 km.) drive away!