The property sits in six acres of land with one hundred olive trees, almond trees, fig and lemon trees. There is a large south facing terrace with views of Gibraltar and North Africa which can be seen on a fine day (most days). The interior has an open plan sitting/dining/fully fitted kitchen area and a walk in larder and utility room, a hall and at the other end a more formal sitting room with a stone fireplace. The high ceilings are exposed to the rafters. Guests enter the property through huge one hundred year old wooden doors into a large spanish courtyard with an original horse watering trough on one side. There is a separate casita off the courtyard with double bed and shower and WC. On entering the house downstairs there are six french windows (all shuttered) which lead out onto the terrace. There is also a down stairs gents WC. Up the wooden stairs on the second floor the corridor is galleried down onto the hall area. To the right is the master bedroom with ensuite bathroom, bath, shower, WC basin etc and fully fitted wooden cupboards. The other end of the corridor are two more double bedrooms, also with fully fitted wooden cupboards with bathrooms on suite. There is a ten metre swimming pool which looks due south The house is situated off the A377 one kilometre south of Gaucin village.