Built in 1799, it has an architectural typology based on the Roman domes, which organized the rooms around a central courtyard. It has semicircular arches and Tuscan columns with niches for decoration. On the façade the windows with two and three openings also recall the architecture of this Italian region. It has some details typical of Castilian architecture, such as the iron bars on the windows of the facade or the coat of arms. All this makes this great construction a harmonious set that perfectly combines both styles. It belonged to an old marquisate and is classified as a property of Historic-Artistic interest.
The house has 480 m² built and distributed on two floors. In 2012 the building was restored in its entirety, maintaining its style and adapting the rooms to the current living needs, using materials of excellent quality; both its interior design and its exquisite decoration make this property a singular and unique space in the region.
The units are distributed around the landscaped patio on the ground floor that has 200 m² and in which the swimming pool, a gazebo porch, bar counter and barbecue are located. This floor houses the hall, a large living room with fireplace and various environments, kitchen, living room, a bedroom with bathroom, games room, and a guest toilet. The upper floor is occupied by 5 large bedrooms with bathrooms, 4 of them with a living room. The house has heating, air conditioning, telephone and Wi-Fi connection.
This unique property is located 125 km from Madrid and 10 km from Talavera de la Reina, in a quiet town on the banks of the Tagus River, a beautiful natural setting between the Sierra de Gredos, the Toledo mountains and the Azuán reservoir, with several Special Protection Areas for Birds. In its surroundings, in addition to the privileged environment, there are places of cultural and historical interest and a magnificent offer of outdoor activities.