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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2
2 baths

About our home

· bedroomed terraced house in working class town of Rute, Spain. We have a wood burner, with a ready supply of wood, air comditioning units in master bedroom and living room. There is also a fixed electric radiator in the living room and a portable oil filled radiator and a portable fan.
The kitchen has an electric oven and hob and a microwave and fridge freezer.
Both bathrooms have a shower, hotwater is supplied by bottled gas, which should easily last 2 months. The upstairs bathroom has a small bath too.
The terrace can be reached from the living room and there is also a terrace at bedroom level.
There is street parking available.
We have lived here for over 4 years and in that time we have renovated throughout the house and the house is 95percent fully renovated.
There is an arch from the living room to the dining room which is 5 foot 10inches high.
Our particular street is the thoroughfare for the many processions that Rute hold.


Small, working class Spanish town.
90 mins from Malaga, Cordoba and Seville.
This is real Spain so different from the Costas. There are only maybe 10 English people who live in Rute.
we live within 2 mile of Iznajar and its lake.
Its primary economy centres around the extensive production of foodstuffs including dozens of different makes of Anis and traditional Spanish hams. Galleros and Flor de Rute both have their factories there, Galleros being famous for its annual "Belen" - the Nativity Scene made from Chocolate, on view from around 15 October each year, and Flor de Rute for their sugarwork which in 2007 included a sugar life sized scene of Picasso amongst other characters.

The olive industry is also key to this area of Spain, along with tourism connected to the above mentioned sites.


We are both retired, one from civil service and othet from tutoring in colleges.

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