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Impressive Estate Built By Aníbal González With Singular Views
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  • 15 bedrooms
  • 15 bathrooms
  • QC Approved Listing
  • In-City
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Owned by Joanne Hearst Castro, William Randolph Hearst´s granddaughter, the press baron who inspired Citizen Kane main character, this incredible villa enjoys incomparable sunsets and unique views from any corner and it is only 15 minutes from Seville and its international airport, two hours and a half from Madrid by train, and two hours from Costa del Sol. The impressive 3000 m² cortijo was built in 1929 by Aníbal González, referent of the Sevillian regionalist architecture, and rehabilitated in 1999 including radiant flooring installation in the entire construction. It offers 15 bedrooms and it is sold with all furniture and décor, unique objects from the furthest and exotic corners in the world. Gardens designed by the great landscaper Fernando Caruncho. With 152 hectares the estate enjoys the stud started in the 80s with an only stallion from the Marquis of Salvatierra ranch and several mares from González-Barba´s, it is currently one of the most important estates in Spain, with several studs and more than 50 mares. Built Area according to land registry, 8.737m2 The horse-drawn collection includes the one was used by the Infanta Elena, Spanish Emeritus King´s daughter, during her wedding day in Seville. The estate also offers bull ring with Mexican hand carved wood works, hermitage for religious celebrations and 750m2 leisure pavilion that includes a Mexican decorated bar, an Andalusian cellar with flamenco “tablao”, cinema theater, billiard area, kitchen and a large swimming pool. Also two dressage rings. The price includes furniture, décor, livestock, saddlery, drawn-horse carriages, antiques, and bullfighter costumes. There are currently 9 employees working in the maintenance of the estate.

Gerena, Seville, Andalusia, Spain
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