Renovated in the year 2005, its classic style façade with balconies on the main door gives way to its interior, carefully restored maintaining the flavor of its origin.
With a lot of charm and plenty of space, it has numerous rooms, among which are its chapel, two kitchens, two cellars (one of them underground), interior patios and its roof with attic and picnic area.
Energy Performance Certificate pending.
Known worldwide for its wineries, as the birthplace of flamenco and its special relationship with horses and motorsport. The economic momentum of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries led to the construction of numerous wineries and mansions, always spectacular.
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