A fertile plot of 11.300 m² surrounds the buildings that make up this historic property next to the banks of the great river Ebro.
The main building is a majestic mansion dating from the 18th century that has been lovingly rebuilt, maintaining its primitive essence, following strictly sustainable criteria and using ecological materials. It is a stone building, with a square plan that preserves in its interior a beautiful porticoed patio that distributes the rooms on the ground floor. It has almost 1.000 m² built and houses several living rooms, one of them 70 m², a dining room, a kitchen with servants' quarters and 9 large bedrooms with bathroom.
Next to the main house is the oldest and best preserved trujal in Navarra, from the end of the 17th century, declared an Asset of Cultural Interest. This historic oil mill is a large stone warehouse that still preserves its original machinery, pending restoration.
Part of the land is an ecological orchard with fruit plantations and several landscaped spaces that surround the house.
La Ribera is a natural region of Navarra, nestled in the Ebro valley, south of the Autonomous Community. The property is located just 7 kilometers from Tudela along the banks of the Ebro river; a place that gives way to numerous natural spaces of great scenic interest, such as the amazing Bárcenas Reales, located less than 20 kilometers away.