17th century manor house with mudejar coffered ceilings.
Restored, sea and mountain views.
Built entirely of irregular basaltic stone with wallsof about 80 cm thick, it is organized in two heights and consists of several bodies. Its facade restored in the S. XIX in romantic style, with large decorative features and large windows protected with high quality floral motifs made in wrough iron. Topping the facade, on the cornice, has a blind parapet, decorated with geometric shapes, behind which the roof is hidden.
Covered by 6 roofs with the traditional arabic tile, executed on a structure of wood of tea.
The house, inside, maintains the essence of the origins of the building, a mudejar architecture, is developed around a canarian patio with a square floor, wich acts as the main distributor of the house and favors lighting and ventilation.
It has a closed upper gallery, with guillotine windows and supported on stone bases, the gallery works as distributor of the noble plant.
Standing out in two of the bedrooms and living room, the moorish roofs with embossed and with almizate decorated with geometric motifs and wooden rode.
It has eight rooms, two of them with dressing room, living room, central patio, hallway, two bathrooms, cellar, fully equipped kitchen, terrace and garage (four cars) of 55 m2. It has a backyard of 60 m2. 5 Km from Puerto de la Cruz and La Orotava.
Vernacular architecture that works bioclimatically.
Floors and ceilings of wood of tea.
In the neighbovehood of the house there are activities we can high light:
-Plaza Domínguez Afonso
-“Rambla de Castro”.
-Parafest La Corona
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