A unique 1000 Ha estate for sale with permission to develop into a tourist complex. A partially renovated typical spanish "Cortijo" with storage spaces, stables for 10 horses and a garage for four cars, completely equipped with running water and electrics. Two houses of approx. 440m2, each with a lounge, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a fully fitted kitchen. A big paved, tiled terrace and an outdoor solar heated pool, along with a separate guest house near the pool.
Industrial complex based on concrete underground of approx. 1.500 m2, of which 1.105m2 is built on. Equipped with running water and several powersupplies.
A rundown farmhouse of about 150m2 on a distance of 2kms away from the main road which is suitable for restoration or renovation with its own independent water supply. Also an 80m3 water reservoir with a submersible pump at a depth of 75 mts is present and is supplying of drinking water. This installation can supply irrigation for for 10ha of the flat meadows or other agricultuarl use.
The project offers you, as a buyer/developer, an endless range of possibilities. It is already allowed to construct 218.000 m2 (21,8 ha) of floor space on 545,3 ha of the estate. This develop permission of the Ronda townhall comes with the designation of "Turístico y Social sobre Actuación Urbanística" and is demonstrated in the attached copies of communal papers and permits. Luxurious villas, a hotel, bungalows, studio´s, a shopping mall with surrounding service centers such as a gas station, sport and health centre, wellness complex, hunting lodges and even a camping site, form all part of the alternative options for a tourist complex based on the municipal decision.
It is to be expected that general purpose facilities such as swimming pool and tennis courts, but also a possible petrol station and alikes (as health care centre) can be constructed on top of the área mentioned in the permit, so that the allocated surface of 218.000 m2 can probably be fully dedicated to living quarters (bungalows, lodges, apartments and hotel accommodation).
A new tourist complex could benefit from the existing exclusive Ronda "trademark" and appeal to local (escape the busy coast); national and international markets.
Through the (partial) reconstruction of the old "finca" (farmhouse) with the existing horseboxes and stables - The Finca has already obtained the municipal approval of the community of Ronda to develop and build a tourist-complex because there is a big demand in this region for that kind of activities. Such a complex could contain holiday houses from various categories, a shopping mall, a sport and leisure complex for sports as volleyball, indoor football, tennis, fitness activities etc. and for example a nigh-end, tropical swimming pool.
From the concept of environmental and sociological entrepreneurship in various parts of the estate´s forests and trees have already been planted.
- Hunting. (Rabbits, pheasants and partridges, deer, mountain goats...).
- Agricultural development fitting into the regional culture. and surroundings such as olives and vineyards.
- Possibility to transform fíat pieces of land into camping sites (about 10 ha).
- Possible development of a 9-hole golf course.
A little stream has its source within the boundaries of the estate and supplies running fresh water throughout the year, fed by 20 natural springs. The existing farmhouse within the proberty contains approximately 10 hectares of flat fields with young olive trees on it.
The new owner has to decide whether the estate will be used for a luxury hunting resort, a 9 hole golfcourse or whatever else the business might be, provided it fits within the current land classification.
The design of presenting a green energy project consisting of solar panels and wind turbines.
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