The house is a corner end of terrace. It is set over three floors with two roof top terraces with spectacular views.
The entrance to the house has double wooden doors leading into a porch with ornate double doors leading into a downstairs living room. A door at the end of the living room leads outside to a small patio with two large storage rooms.
Marble stairs lead up to the next floor into the main living area of the house.
An independent kitchen fully fitted with cupboards and granite work surfaces, a large gas range cooker and a fan-assisted oven there is a walk in pantry with shelving and a fridge and a recently fitted gas hot water boiler. The kitchen is next to the dining room, which has a log fire.
Crossing a small landing, you go into a study/office with full-length double patio doors, which open onto a Juliet balcony. From here, you can relax in one of two sitting rooms one, which has a fitted log fire, both, have glass patio doors which open onto Juliet balconies.
The newly fitted bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles is off the farthest living room for easy access.
This floor also boasts two double bedrooms with both patio doors and Juliet balconies.
Going up one more level there is a large bedroom with double patio doors leading onto an open terrace with views over the town but not overlooked by the surrounding houses.
A small room the other end of the bedroom leads out onto a large covered terrace with views of the Sierra Nevada (Granada) the town and La Mota the castle above.
Alcala la Real is a busy town with lots to do, on Tuesdays there is a large market selling all kinds of vegetables and other goods. There are three supermarkets, an English butchers and English grocery/freezer/secondhand shop, schools for all ages, medical centre, and bus station with regular busses to Granada and surrounding villages.
Twenty minutes down the main road will bring you to a spectacular lake where you can fish, boat or just take a walk and finish with a coffee by the lakeside afterwards.
Forty minutes will take you to a beautiful man made beach where you can swim, hire a canoe, walk or have lunch in one of the local restaurants.
Alcala la Real is famous for its festivals, which take place throughout the year; there is always something to do either in Alcala or nearby.
The town houses a host of nationalities yet caters primarily to the Spanish it means food and drink are low in price and there is always a bargain to be had in the market or shops.