house oozes charm. Built in the 21st century in the old Andalucian style using traditional materialsYou enter the house through a pair of heavy antique oak doors into a lobby followed by an entrance hall with a staircase to the first floorand a guest cloak room.From the hall the large lounge/dining room is spacious and light with an attractive open fireplace, firewood alcoves, built in alcoves for books, oak beamed ceiling and a staircase taking you down to the garden floor.. From the lounge 2 sets of French windows lead out onto a large south facing terrace.The large designer kitchen is fully fitted with appliances and a butcher block island. There is access to the street and your parked car through a heavy glazed doorThe stairs down to the garden floor lead to a guest double bedroom, a shower room, a large laundry/ utility room and a large multi purpose room. The multipurpose room could be potentially opened up as a covered terrace with a plunge pool, 3m x3m, with access to the garden area. Alternatively the garden floor is easily spacious enough to become a self-contained apartment or Granny flat.Upstairs on the first floor are the master bedroom with an oak beamed Cathedral ceiling, a traditional balcony and a walk in wardrobe of 4 sq mtrs and sharing a Jack and Jill bathroom with the second double bedroom. Above the bedrooms is a sizeable attic for box storage. Both bedrooms are south facing and lead onto a shared terrace. From the terrace a roof terrace can be accessed which has 360 degree views of the village, the mountains, Los Alcornocales national park and Gibraltar to the South.The roof terrace has solar hot water panels.The garden is 86.50m2 and an irregular shape. It has the potential for a pool of 5m x 3.6m (see sketch in the gallery below)245.72 m2 built | 3 double beds 3 bath182.50 m2 plot86.50 m2 garden96.00 m2 footprint8.30 m frontageMains water, sewage, solar hot water. phone line.Jimena is a popular white village bordering the national park, Los Alcornocales, 40 mins or so to the Gibraltar Frontier and surrounded by scenery with the backdrop of the Sierra de Ronda.