Townhouse located in Calle Méndez Moreno, a quiet street with little traffic, in the heart of the old town of Ronda 400 meters from Los Baños Árabes and 300 meters from the Tajo de Ronda.
This house faces south offering panoramic views of the mountains and the rooftops of the houses in this beautiful city. This 3-storey house offers a patio/terrace on each floor.
The house can be accessed directly from the street or through the communal basement. There is a large private storage room and from here the house can be accessed by a flight of stairs leading to the top.
The house has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a toilet and is distributed as follows:
Ground floor: Hall, fully equipped kitchen, toilet and large living room with fireplace with direct access to the patio. From here a flight of stairs leads to the private storeroom which is located in the basement.
First floor: 2 double bedrooms and a complete bathroom. One of these bedrooms has access to a private terrace.
Second floor: Third bedroom, bathroom and covered terrace. From here you can enjoy the best views from the house.
The house also has pre-installation of central heating and there is the possibility to buy a private parking space in the basement for an additional price of 15.000 Euros.
A small city perched on a seemingly precarious platform of rock, Ronda is in fact an impregnable fortress only defeated in battle through trickery, and during the reconquest with modern (for the era) rock blasting cannon.
The mountains and valleys of the Serranía de Ronda are home to a tough breed of people, yet in Ronda these people are refined, some are gentry, some gypsies, others are just common folk, but all proudly call themselves Rondeños.
These days the population of Ronda is a little over 35,000; big enough to offer all the essential services, but not big enough to suffer traffic problems or big city woes.
The little city is very compact and in fact from arriving in Ronda, to seeing the Real Maestranza bullring, the Puente Nuevo and El Tajo gorge, the many beautiful churches, our museums, or the wonderful coffee shops and tapas bars, all within a short 30 minute walk.
Rondeños have played a pivotal role in shaping Andalucía and modern Spain, and the city has hosted some of the great names of politics, the arts, education, and played her role in military events.
An hour from the Costa del Sol, Ronda is too far away to be heavily influenced by events on the coast, yet still close enough to benefit from the economic strength that tourism brings to Southern Spain. At a height of 723m in the Ronda Mountains, the city has a cooler year-round temperature than the coast, making life in Ronda altogether more agreeable than other Andalucían cities.
Ronda is also the perfect base to explore other cities such as Sevilla, Granada, Córdoba Jerez de la Frontera, Cadiz, Antequera, or Malaga.