• The emblematic architectural ensemble dates back to the 16th century and has witnessed innumerable cultural and political encounters throughout its history.
  • Stately house
  • Asturias
Small reforms
3.450.000 4.200.000
Built area
2.945 M2
Plot of land's area
11 Ha
It was built from a battlemented defensive tower from the end of the 14th century, located at the end of the eastern façade. The large building, with a constructed area of 2,185 m², is distributed in four wings around an open central patio, with wide corridors, supported by Tuscan-style columns on the ground floor and wooden piles on the upper floors.
On the main façade there is a large access door decorated with a semicircular arch and the family's coat of arms. In the back there is another access door and three balconies on the main floor.
At the end of the 19th century, the building underwent a comprehensive reform adapting it to the decorative style of the time, in which Indian architecture proliferated along with modernist elements. Fruit of that moment is the modernist dining room, or the grandiose bathroom brought from the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1900.
Its three floors below deck house rooms decorated with magnificent materials that are still in good condition, highlighting the coffered ceilings of some of the rooms and the decoration and carpentry of its walls and floors. The interior distribution places the service units (entrance hall, warehouses, cellars, wine press... ) on the ground floor. The main floor houses the house consisting of a large living room, office, dining room, kitchen with pantry and laundry room, living room, 7 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The second and third floors continue to be used for attics and storage chambers.
The palace is surrounded by a French-style park, enclosed by a crenellated wall and with a stately portal, also from the 16th century. In its enclosure it houses another building of 760 m² destined to stables, barn and housing for the service, designed by the prestigious architect Luis Bellido.
In addition to the magnificent set, the property has 11 hectares of land for pasture and crops.
Nestled in the council of Salas, known as the gateway to western Asturias, the palace is only 30 km. from Oviedo and 25 km. of the Asturian coast; perfectly communicated by road and with Asturias airport 26 km away. Away.

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