Back in the day Spanish towns grew up arond the church. Religion had a big hold on the population. Later on politics came to Spain and living next to the Town Hall was seen as just as important. In many Spanish towns the town hall is right next to the main church in the central square. . . Here we are opposite the town hall and down the road from the church in the Main Square of Meliana, the historic bit if you like. And here we have one of the town house mansions that hide so much space and secrets behind a beautiful facade. You want space, you have it. You want a garden, you have it. You want a jumbled labyrinth of rooms then once again you have it. Everything you could want from a town house in fact, history, very high ceilings, reform opportunities and a whole lot more. . . The price is 420k but you will need a good deal more to reform this place especially if you want to incorporate the upstairs part into the lower floor. Oh didn’t I say, the upstairs part is currently accessed via a staircase from next door as it used to be the Casino for the town back in the day of the Spanish Republic. . . Potentially here then you have two dwellings on the main square very close to Valencia and about 150m away from the railway station for easy access to the city in a pretty little town with all facilities to hand. You could even put a pool in the garden at the back.
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