An immaculate five bedroom detached villa located on the urbanisation of Coto Riñales in the Spanish Town of Calasparra!This beautiful south-facing villa is situated on a corner plot in a quiet residential area in Calasparra. The ground floor comprises of an open plan lounge with pellet heater and french doors leading onto a covered terrace to the front of the property, a fully fitted kitchen with separate pantry, three large double bedrooms all with fitted wardrobes and a family-size shower room. There is also a back door which leads out to another private terrace, the perfect spot for a morning coffee! On the first floor, there is a large master bedroom with fitted wardrobes, an ensuite bathroom and glass sliding doors leading out onto a south-facing terrace with views over the private pool, there is also a single bedroom on this floor which is currently used as a study, and of course another sun terrace with the most spectacular views of the surrounding mountains! The property has ducted air conditioning throughout and gas central heating.Looking for outside space? This home has outside space in abundance. With a beautifully landscaped 1,000m2 plot of mature trees and shrubs, there is also a storage building, driveway for up to four cars, a huge 10 x 5 private swimming pool and a number of terraced seating areas in different orientations around the property meaning you can get the sun from sunrise to sunset! An impressive home that really must be viewed!!AREA INFORMATION, CALASPARRACalasparra Town with its restaurants, bars, banks, medical centre, pharmacy, churches, college, post office, supermarkets and much more! With four rivers and two reservoirs, Calasparra enjoys a privileged status, as these waters are a source of attraction for visitors, not only for the luxuriant countryside but also for the variety of activities that are possible here. It is more than six hundred years of existence and the historical legacy it still preserves provide visitors with numerous surprises: caves with rupestrian paintings, declared World Heritage by the UNESCO, and archaeological sites ranging from Palaeolithic to Hispano-Muslim, with artefacts housed in the Archaeological Museum. A special mention must go to Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza, or Our Lady of Hope, the patron saint of Calasparra, whose Shrine excavated in the rock face forms part of a beautiful spot on the banks of the Segura. Rice is another of the attractions in this municipality; the quality of the different varieties has given Calasparra rice worldwide fame.