Building catalogued as Site of Cultural Interest. In its façade, there are ornamental elements typical from the modernist architecture, such as the large window grills, the balcony that runs along the first floor and the forged glazed observatory. It highlights the rich decoration, specially the first floor with the pediments on the windows or the cornice and verandah that complete the entire façade. Besides the main body, there are large doors for carriages and service access.
Inside, there is also a rich decoration with luxurious wooden and ceramic materials. The entrance gives access to a large reception room where the wooden ceilings, platers, hydraulic tile floors and the amazing staircase giving access to the first floor with mahogany verandah and carpet from the Real Fabrica are well preserved. The reception room currently decorated as a hall distributes the rooms on the ground floor. On the right side, there are 2 offices that can be converted into bedrooms, living room and a bathroom. On the left side, there is a bright hall, kitchen with pantry and access to the garden, and the service staircase that gives access to the cellar in the basement and to the first floor and the loft.
On the mezzanine, the staircase includes a large glass window that gives access to the luxurious staircase divided into two parallel flights.
The first floor includes a large hall used as an entrance hall. On this floor, there are 4 bedrooms, two bathrooms, a toilet, dining-living room, living room, kitchen and ironing room. The service staircase gives access to a large loft on the top floor with slanted ceiling.
The back garden also has an amazing decoration, with several terraces, a large fountain and a pleasant swimming pool. It has access to the garage for vehicles and other rooms typical from farming activities: stables, kitchen for workers and other rooms.
This unique property is located in the centre of one of the villages with the greatest wine tradition in Castilla la Mancha, 200km from Madrid.