Euroresales Property iD- 9825266A large, spacious refurbished country house of 450m2, in the heart of the wine-growing Cava and Penedes regions, just 20 miles/30 minutes from Barcelona.This impressive country house is set amongst a small group of houses in a stunning location amongst vines, almonds and forest and would be ideal for commuters (there is a mainline train station in nearby Gelida), families andthose looking to start a green life abroad.in addition, the house has 2000m2 of land with a small number of olive, almond, apple and pear trees and plenty of space for growing vegetables and salad. This has been left over recent years, but with work could be brought back to use. it also has its own well from a natural source which can be used for watering all year-round.interior Facilities:5 BedroomsTerrace with Breath-Taking Views of Mountains3 BathroomsLarge Living RoomMusic RoomLarge Modern KitchenSeparate Dining RoomLarge Laundry and Cloak RoomMountain ViewExterior Facilities:A spacious CourtyardBBQCovered Seating AreaDouble GarageOnly 30 Minutes from the AirportAbout the Area:Gelida is a town and municipality in the comarca of Alt Penedes, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The town is built on a hillside above the Anoia river, the AP-7 motorway, and line 4 of the Barcelona commuter rail network. it is connected to its railway station via a funicular railway.Barcelona is located on the northeast coast of the iberian Peninsula, facing the Mediterranean Sea, on a plain approximately 5 km (3 mi) wide limited by the mountain range of Collserola, the Llobregat river to the southwest and the Besos river to the north. This plain covers an area of 170 km2 (66 sq mi),of which 101 km2 (39.0 sq mi) are occupied by the city itself. it is 120 kilometres (75 miles) south of the Pyrenees and the Catalan border with France.Tibidabo, 512 m (1,680 ft) high, offers striking views over the city and is topped by the 288.4 m (946.2 ft) Torre de Collserola, a telecommunications tower that is visible from most of the city. Barcelona is peppered with small hills, most of them urbanised, that gave their name to the neighbourhoods built upon them, such as Carmel (267 metres or 876 feet), Putget (181 metres or 594 feet) and Rovira (261 metres or 856 feet). The escarpment of Montjuïc (173 metres or 568 feet), situated to the southeast, overlooks the harbour and is topped by Montjuïc Castle, a fortress built in the 17-18th centuries to control the city as a replacement for the Ciutadella. Today, the fortress is a museum and Montjuïc is home to several sporting and cultural venues, as well as Barcelona’s biggest park and gardens.The city borders on the municipalities of Santa Coloma de Gramenet and Sant Adria de Besos to the north; the Mediterranean Sea to the east; El Prat de Llobregat and L’Hospitalet de Llobregat to the south; and Sant Feliu de Llobregat, Sant Just Desvern, Esplugues de Llobregat, Sant Cugat del Valles, and Montcada i Reixac to the west. The municipality includes two small sparsely-inhabited exclaves to the north-west.