The original construction of the typical houses in this region is usually divided in two parts, one for the farming activities and the other for the family. Built in stone and brick, with a two-sided roof, the façades are usually sober and with few embellishments, except for the magnificent window and balcony grills and the large wooden doors with cast iron nails. Inside, the rooms are usually distributed around the central patio that brings together the entire set and where most of the rooms open to.
The construction has 787m² distributed on two floors, the entrance hall gives access to the residential area, patio and garden zones. On the ground floor there is a large reception room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen and a bedroom with bathroom. From most of the rooms it is possible to access directly the central patio that has a porch, granite columns and pebbled floor. The patio gives access to the garage, the old cellar carved in the ground and the flush garden that includes a pleasant area for the summer reception, with barbecue, a well looked after swimming pool surrounded by a lawn.
The entrance hall on the ground floor includes the staircase to access the top floor, where we find a bright gallery with lead glass windows opening to the central patio. Through the gallery it is possible to reach the remaining rooms in the house: the master bedroom with-en suite bathroom and walk-in closet, two bedrooms and two offices, one of them with access to the solarium in the terrace, ideal to enjoy the sun in the winter months.
The entire house has been carefully decorated and it includes great pieces of furniture and recovered materials that provide the setting with a traditional and welcoming atmosphere full of charm. Some details, like the old doors and windows, restored by local artisans, the hand-made mud floors, tiles in some rooms, etc. highlight the great renovation process completed throughout the years.
The house is located in the city of Almagro, declared Human Heritage and very well known for its amazing historic and cultural heritage. The city is the birthplace of outstanding istorical characters and it retains the uniqueness and tradition of the region that gave name to the Calatrava Order almost unchanged.
200km away from Madrid and 40km from Ciudad Real. 25km from the natural park of Tablas de Daimiel.