Finca Limoneros studios in Andalucian farmhouse Spain

Prices from £280 per Week
Two studios and 1 bed apartment, , each sleeping 2, in old Andalucian farmhouse with own pool overlooking Rio Guadalhorce valley. The finca was fully restored in 2002/2003 and all our accommodation is newly fitted out in Spanish rustic style, yet with every convenience.
Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms


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Andalusia, Spain
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Malaga (airport code NQY)

Prices quoted for 2 people and vary slightly according to how many people are staying and the season. Full details on our web site No children under 7.

Property Features
  • Has a Pool

Local Area Details

About Bars

And for some more fun! Check out our local bars within walking distance of Top O'Woodland.

Beyond The Edge Sports Bar • The Lipstick Lounge • Alley Cat Lounge • The Trap Sports Bar • Five Spot Bar and Music • Red Door East • Rosepepper Cantina

About The Gay Scene

Just one block away is One of Nashville's coziest alternative bars The Lipstick Lounge with some of the best Karioke you will find anywhere. Nashville if FULL of singers and I don't mean Country.

About Walking

For the Runner, Walker, Bird Watcher and Nature-Lover

Located less than 5 blocks from Top O'Woodland is one of Nashville's oldest and most beautiful marsh nature parks, Shelby Bottoms. Shelby is a prime spot for bird-watchers as it offers bird enthusiasts a mixture of hardwood forests and open fields right next to the majestic Cumberland River. Seasonally the area is a haven for over 20 species of migrating birds. With over 9 miles of paved multi-use roads (bikes, roller-blades and dogs on leashes welcome - nothing motorized) and another 5 miles of primitive flat hiking trails, our guests often enjoy Shelby's boardwalks, scenic overlooks, interpretive stations and 7 rustic bridges.

About History

The Houses History:
The first mansion built in this area was named by Col. Robert Weakley after his wife Jane Locke Weakleys family, thus naming our Nashville neighborhood in the early 1800's Lockeland Springs.

In the mid 1800's W.R. Cornelius was a cabinet maker made wealthy by the need for coffins after the civil war and was also named the U.S. National Coroner for a time. In 1890 Cornelius subdivided the land and grand homes of the wealthy began to spring up in Lockeland Springs.

H.B. Hyde and J.S. Bell paid $2016 for two lots in partnership including 1601 & 1603 Woodland St. By 1897 Bell had defaulted on making his half of the payments for the land so Dr. H.B. Hyde sued. Hyde won the lawsuit buying the other half interest in the land at public auction for $440 and riding himself of a deadbeat partner.

Built between 1898-1904, this grand home has had only three previous owners;
1898-1925 Dr. Hartwell Blount Hyde, the wealthy doctor who built the house, had an office on College Street downtown - later renamed Church Street. 1925-1960 Brothers Tonye & George Busholen operated a successful hat shop & cleaners called Georges on Church Street. George Busholen's daughter married Nick Gulas, the wrestling promoter, while they resided on Woodland Street. George Gulas used the separate carriage house turned garage building to practice wrestling as a young man.

1960-2000 L.A. & Virginia Green built the first Dairy Queens in Nashville in the carriage house / garage facing 16th street. It was continually operated for 40 years until June of 2001 as a burger - ice-cream establishment. It is now the home of Italia Pizza & Mediterranean Take-Out.

January of 2000 - present Belinda Leslie, President of Superior Investment Planners, Inc. a registered investment advisory firm, bought the totally empty house from the estate of Mrs. Virginia Green. After acquiring the property from a complex estate, Ms. Leslie and Mr. Fulps have completed countless projects around their home. In 2002 Top O'Woodland was designated Historically Significant by the Davidson Co. Historical Commission for being an incredibly well preserved Queen Anne Victorian home with all of its original features. "Where timeless southern hospitality and elegance awaits you."

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Provincia de Málaga

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