This cosy home has been built respecting the rural constructions of the region, with a two-floor structure and loft with slanted ceilings covered in slate and façades made of stone (very common in the area) that has changed the architecture of the area, known as the "black architecture" or "red towns" region.
The house has 3 floors. On the ground floor there is a large open space conditioned as a reception room with fireplace, dining room and kitchen with pantry, as well as a courtesy toilet. The top floor includes the master bedroom with bathroom and two bedrooms that share a bathroom, all of them with built-in wardrobes. A 20 m² open space has been prepared in the loft with pre-installation for a bathroom.
It has a small porch that gives access to a pleasant garden with big slate slab floors, where it is possible to enjoy the peace of the environment of the construction.
Although the surrounding area maintains the traditional aspect, its interior was designed meeting the current demands, with open, bright and comfortable spaces. The inner and outer woodwork is made of pine tree wood with climalit glazing. There are ceramic floors on the ground floor and wooden floors on the upper levels, with wooden ceilings and exposed metallic structure. The house has a fireplace and a fuel heating system for heating and hot water.
The location is also a great appeal of this property, located in one of the towns of Sierra del Altorrey, to the north of the Guadalajara province and next to the boundaries of Segovia, where nature is shown in all its glory any time of the year.