This manor house is located in one of the main streets of Galaroza, where the noble houses of the village are concentrated. Halfway between the Plaza de los Alamos and the Parish Church.
Therefore, the property is located in the historic center of the town. This house exists of two joined plots and is accessible by two streets. The architectural composition of the main facade is characteristic for the rural style of the Andalusian bourgeoisie. Secondary access is possible through a large door that allows small vehicles to enter the basement of the house.
The most elaborate rooms of the house are concentrated on the ground floor of the main house This is reflected by the quality of the construction and the materials that were used, the careful carpentry and wooden craftmanship, the cement tile floors of the hall and the painting on the ceilings.
In the last corridor, we find a gallery that connects the house with a spacious terrace, which has another adjoining living room with a fireplace. From the terraces, you can enjoy excellent views of the surrounding natural landscape.
The second floor of the house is less profuse in ornament, there the light-toned walls and use of simple tiles dominate On this floor, we find a traditionally preserved attic.
What completes the house is a very large cellar with rustic arches that almost entirely occupies the constructed area.
The property stands out especially for its garden, which has fruit and ornamental trees, as well as a large swimming pool and generous seating areas. This is where you can find the other entrance, which allows access to the garage of the house.
Over the last decades, efforts were made to conserve the building. As a result, the renovation of the house is possible with a relatively small investment.
The house offers exceptional possibilities for the renovation, either as a single property or on a multi-ownership basis, in which private areas can be created alongside common areas. Also, the dimensions of the property would comfortably accommodate several independent apartments.
It is equally interesting to give the property a more productive use, since it has spatial characteristics that would allow its conversion into a prestigious rural hotel, with the possibility for suites, standard rooms, lobby, large kitchens, stables for horseback riding tours, large dining rooms, summer terraces, etc. As has been proven in recent years, in-house tourism is booming, and this real estate brings the necessary qualities together to attract this segment.
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