Newly-built home with typical elements of Castilian houses in the region. The façade combines stone and brick, the large eaves made of wood and the coated with Arabic tiles.
The main façade includes a 35m2 square tower and views of the imposing medieval castle. In its rear part, there is a large porch with access to the garden. Its built area of 350m2 is divided over two floors with a semi-basement, and most of the rooms are on the 168m2 ground floor.
The main floor includes a large kitchen with breakfast area, ironing room and pantry, a library-living room, 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms. The upper floor has a large and bright studio opposite the castle. The semi-basement has a games room, workshop, storage room and a bathroom.
The house is surrounded by a large 1210m2 garden with a fruit orchard and ornamental trees, as well as poplar grove limited by a small seasonal creek. The other part is a plot of 2425m2 that is classified as urban land.
It has a water well for irrigation and access to all municipal services, Internet connection and an oil-heating installation.
The property is located in the outskirts of Maqueda, a town in Toledo well-known for its amazing medieval castle that is preserved in perfect condition.