It is an old 220m2 house split in two floors. It is an example of the typical Castilian rural constructions where the rooms on the ground floor were mainly used for the agricultural and cattle works, and the upper floor was used as a home.
Its simple façade with elements made of red brick preserves a certain air of the Mudejar architecture style, which is so common in this area. The inner part preserves the elements of the original construction, with adobe walls and wood beams, stone floors at the entrance and tile floors in the rooms.
It includes a cosy living room with high ceilings and original beams, dining room, kitchen, 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. In its renovation, the electric installation, the plumbing and the covering were changed.
The old pens have been converted into a cosy inner 210m2 garden with porches in both sides and a small room used as a studio. The rear façade of the construction, which gives access to the garden, keeps the old doors to access the pen and horse stables.
The house is located inside the urban area of a small village, 8km from the historical village of Olmedo, 152km from Madrid and 45km from Valladolid.