Country house located on the outskirts of the whitewashed village of Monda. The plot of land, just under 2.500m2 and gently sloped includes a large variety of fruit trees; apples, kakis, pears, pomegranates, peach, figs, lemons, olives, oranges, mandarins and avocados. There are two dwellings on the plot. The house plus the kitchen (The kitchen is currently separate from the house). The house is distributed over one floor and comprises of 2 double bedrooms, a bathroom and a spacious living room/diner with an open fireplace. Outside is a southeast facing covered terrace offering great views towards the surrounding countryside and mountains, the village and Monda Castle. The kitchen is located next to the house. It is a large room with an open fireplace. However, this could be converted into a guest cottage and the kitchen could be moved into the main house as there is plenty of room in the living room. Towards the back of the existing kitchen is a storage room and a chicken pen. The plot is completely fenced. The property has mains water and electricity. ABOUT MONDAMonda is a vibrant small town in the mountains just inland from the Costa del Sol.Situated past Ojén, it lies in a valley at 365m above sea level and has a population of less than 2,000. It is well-linked by road with Marbella, just 15km away, as well as Coin and Cartama (for Malaga). Thanks to development on the nearby coast over the last few decades, the town has enjoyed new prosperity. It also hosts the famous Marbella Design Academy.The village's dominant feature, which stands out for miles around, is the large stone building which stands atop the tree-covered hill above the village. Although this resembles a fortification, it is in fact a superbly-located and traditionally-styled modern hotel, Castillo de Monda, built on the site of the Moorish Castillo de Al-Mundat. The town was originally occupied by an Ibero-Roman fortified enclosure established in the 3rd to 1st Centuries BC by the Romans. This was to protect the indigenous Iberian population and to defend the road leading to the more important town of Coín.