HH Unique town house in the heart of Manilva, built circa 1800 and retaining many original features like beamed ceilings, old-red-tiled floors and a small sheltered patio filled with mature plants. The roofs however, are all new.The house itself has in the past housed a miller and even featured as a very small and undistinguished inn. It consists of three double bedrooms, bathroom, dining room, ample lounge, kitchen and small study space. There are also threeroof terraces with views out over the town and more. The house has a spacious, tranquil feeling.Leading off the patio is the small once stable and hayloft, now converted into two substantial rooms currently being used as workshop and studio by the painter/potter owner. This annex has a separate entrance and offers potentialfor a granny or adolescent flat.The quiet hill town of Manilva has sweeping views of the surrounding area, from the Crimson Mountain (Sierra Bermeja, higher than Ben Nevis) down to the Mediterranean.The town is surrounded by vineyards and open country and the local muscatel grapes are the best you could wish to taste. Manilva is two and a half kilometres from the small coastal town of San Luis de Sabinillas with its 4 kilometres of – never crowded – sandy beaches and many cafes, restaurants and typical summer Chiringuitos, the delightful beach restaurants that have become immensely popular in the past decade. Only on one night in July is the beach packed along by the seafront for the Full Moon Festival.Manilva is an hour and a quarter from Malaga airport, and just over half an hour from Gibraltar airport.