Opportunity to buy a large finca hosting 2 houses , already successfully exploited as a holiday rental business! This property offers a plot of land extending to 22,000m2 of planted out with olive trees and other fruit trees located just 2 km from the Andalucian pueblo of Valle de Abdalajis. Within the plot there are two substantial detached houses. House Nº1: A 280sqm, 6 bedroom house offering accommodation over two levels. At garden level there is a very large lounge with French windows leading out to the rear patio,a large dining room with French windows leading out to the front patio,a fitted kitchen and a double bedroom with ensuite bathroom. In addition, at this level, there is a generous laundry room. On the upper level there are a further 5 bedrooms. Two of them enjoy ensuite facilities and there is a separate family bathroom. Outside there is a front patio, measuring 16m x 4m, and a rear patio, measuring 14m x 5m, and an extensive fully fenced garden planted out with orange, lemon, fig and plum trees. There is also an additional outbuilding . This house is currently successfully exploited by the owners for holiday lettings. It's roadside location ,on a popular tourist route ,with lots of car parking space, also offers the possibility of diversification of use into a Bed & Breakfast facility or indeed into a café bar or restaurant. It can be sold fully furnished. HOUSE Nº2: A 150sqm quality built, 3 bedroom house offering all of the main accommodation on one level. One enters this property at upper garden level through an arched porch which leads to a welcoming hallway. From the hallway , double doors lead directly to an open plan lounge/diner which extends to 84m2 and the adjoining kitchen. The lounge hosts a "top of the range" woodburning stove.It also enjoys direct access, by means of two sets of French windows, to a glorious "wrap around terrace" which runs the entire length of the rear and one side of the house. The kitchen is fitted with quality cupboards with granite worktops and a "Belfast" style sink. It also is equipped with an integrated dish washer and fridge freezer.A corridor leads off to the right from the entrance hall which hosts the bedrooms and bathrooms.There are two double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and fitted wardrobes and there is a third double bedroom, also enjoying fitted wardrobes and having French windows allowing direct access out to the garden. There is also an additional family bathroom with a utility room completing the accommodation. This house benefits from a 180m2″ under-build". This is currently undeveloped but could possibly be utilsed in the future. House Nº2 also enjoys it's own private garden which hosts a variety of plants, shrubs and trees and offers a colourful display. Both houses have mains water and electricity and House Nº2 has Internet connected. This property really does provide a potential buyer with the opportunity to develop and enhance the current business into a thriving rural tourism complex. It's location, within walking distance to the pueblo of Valle de Abdalajis and just a short drive from the larger town of Antequera and offers fantastic potential for attracting clientele. This location attracts many visitors , throughout the entire year, who typically enjoy outdoor pursuits such as walking, rock climbing,hang gliding, cycling, horse riding,bird watching,landscape painting etc or alternatively it is an excellent base for making trips to the main cities of Andalucia. The property is just a short drive from the Guadalteba "lakes" where one can enjoy any non-motorised watersport or simply relax and enjoy the traditional food and wine of this area at the lakeside bars and restaurants. El Chorro is also a very short drive from this property. It is a stunning area , very popular for rock climbing. It is currently enjoying substantial investment from both central Spanish government and Europe to reinstate and develop the famous "Caminito del Rey" into , what is hoped will be, a major tourist attraction. The "Caminito del Rey" was built at the end of the 19th century to allow the King of Spain at that time to view the new Hydo electric installation when he attended it's inauguration.It has been in a state of disrepair for many years and closed to the public but the new project of restoration will provide a 6km walk way hosting stunning views and is scheduled to open in Spring 2015. This is an exciting time to invest in a rural tourism Project in this part of Andalucia!