This large building is known as "the bishop's house", it is a stately mansion, built in stone, which has 3 floors, a garden and a cellar in the basement. It is a sober Castilian-style construction, with a square plan that maintains many of its original elements.
It has 770 m² that house spacious rooms, with high ceilings, which over the centuries have been adapted to the needs of its inhabitants. It currently requires reform, although its structural elements are in good condition.
From the main façade there is access to a hallway that leads to the ground floor distributor, where the access staircase to the main floors and the rear garden starts; This floor also houses two bedrooms, a bathroom, a living room and the old shepherds' kitchen, from where you can access the old cellar dug into the ground and which still preserves the jars for the wine harvest. The upper floor has a living room, kitchen, 4 bedrooms and a bathroom. Finally, the ground floor is a large open space that was used as a chamber for grain storage and a loft.
The rear garden has an area of 880 m² and has direct access to the rear street for carriages.
Pareja is a historic town, in the Alcarria region; Since the 11th century, its land was donated to the Bishopric of Cuenca and it was chosen by the bishops at different times to live in it for long periods of time. Such prestigious inhabitants, they built large stately mansions and palace houses that are still preserved in the municipality today.
The property is ideal to be converted into a beautiful charming hotel or family home. Next to the municipality is the Entrepeñas Reservoir and numerous charming towns in this well-known region. Madrid is 130 km away. Away.