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publication date: 05.11.2019If you have always dreamt of living in a castle or a tower, do not miss the opportunity to acquaint the unusual buildings which are on sale in Spain.
1.Medieval palace in gotic-mudejar style (Condado de Castilnovo, Segovia).
From 1931 this palace is a cultural monument. According to scientists it was built in VIII century. This historic monument is fit to live and it is composed of five floors with twenty rooms. It is surrounded by a vast land with three swimming pools. On the premises we can find, among others, an underground chapel, a historic library, a restaurant a conference center as well as a water mill converted into a house for service with four bedrooms.
Surface of the main property: 5000 m²
Plot: 780 000 m²
Price: 15 000 000 EUR
2. Central hydroelectric power station from 1912 (La Loma y las Villas, Jaén)
The owners of this old water mill converted it into a hydroelectric power station in 1912. They changed it into a cosy manor with farm. The property is located by the river Guadalquivir, which landscape surprises anyone. The main building has a typical, rectangular shape, caracteristic for industrial buildings from the beginning of XX century. It owns interesting architectonic elements, such as, huge windows with bars decorated with unusual cornices, antic doors with pale frame. The building is equipped with heating, water supply, air conditioning and swimming pool. Next to it there are two more buildings, one of them a ruin.
Main building sufrace: 190 m²
Other buildingsi: 300 m² + the ruins of the third one
Plot: 64 425 m²
Price: 350 000 EUR
3. Neo-mudejar style palace (Aguilar de la Frontera, Córdoba)
Palace in neo-mudejar style is found in the historic center of Aguilar de la Frontera, 50 km away from Cordoba, famous for its rich cultural and artistic heritage. The residence was renewed in 1930 by architect José Espio Munoza, the author of the hotel Alfonso XIII in Sevilla. It attracts one attentions with its patio antic doors, windows with sills, cornices and stuccos.
Palace surface: 1 228 m² + adjoining terrain
Price: 960 000 EUR
4. Saint Elisabeth Convent (Cuéllar, Segovia)
The convent was established in 1571 by Francisca de la Cueva, the countess Luna and daughter of third prince of Albuquerque. It experienced its glory years between the XVI and XVII century, when the community counted 30 nuns. Later, it was confiscated and has changed hands few times.
This complex comprises the convent building, a private house and a big plot. Now this unusual property is looking for new administrator again, ready to fill all the rooms with life.
Constructed area: 3000 m²
Plot: 3 000 m²
Price: 1 100 000 EUR
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