It is a solid construction example of traditional Castilian houses, in which in addition to housing, in the back of the land, agricultural farm units are located.
The main house was rebuilt in 1950, it is a U-shaped building with a central courtyard and a total of 220 m² built. In one of its wings it has a third height with sloping ceilings. The house houses several living rooms, kitchen, living rooms and several bedrooms and bathrooms. A gallery with windows to the patio, on the first floor, distributes the rooms on this floor. Highlights the large staircase with stone steps and wooden railing. From the back of the house you can access the old “cave” excavated underground for the conservation of wine.
The area dedicated to agricultural work and wine production, in addition to the pens, has the old cellar, winery, stables, barns and other dependencies of this type of construction.
The property has two accesses, the main one that gives entry to the house and another one at the back, from which you access the work units.
The Las Vegas region, in the southeastern area of the Community of Madrid, offers numerous attractions, its lands bathed by the river basins of the Tajo, Tajuña and Jarama rivers are considered “the orchard of Madrid”.