Refurbished House In The Historic Centre Of Puerto De Santa Maria.
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- 4 bedrooms
- 5 bathrooms
- QC Approved Listing
Property descriptionThe house has been catalogued as Heritage and is located in the old town - upper area, acquired in 2001 and rehabilitated for a period of three years.
It has 280 m² per floor built between ground and ground floor. The first floor has 125 m², used as a store room but with all the facilities to build another two bedrooms.
On the ground floor is the living room, dining room, kitchen, pantry, garage and bedroom with bathroom. Patio and garden with swimming pool. On the mezzanine, courtesy bathroom.
On the first floor there is a gallery, living room and a small kitchen, the master bedroom with dressing room and bathroom, two bedrooms en suite.
The second floor comprises a laundry room, a storeroom of 125 m² and a terrace.
It has a garage with wooden and automatic doors.
The house has air conditioning and gas heating in three individual circuits.
First circuit of underfloor heating in living room and dining room on ground floor; Second circuit of gas radiators in gallery and guest rooms, on first floor. Third circuit of underfloor heating in master bedroom, dressing room and living room on first floor.
The whole house has wooden plinth of 0,25 cm white, it has herringbone treated clay floor on the first and ground floor. The first floor has antique black and white checkerboard floor 30 x 30. Lift from ground floor to second floor, white marble swimming pool. Restored courtyard with stone floor, staircase with original stone floor.
All the doors are period and fine wood, mahogany, oak and walnut. They have been restored by specialists. The windows are made of IROKO wood with high quality armoured glass.
The shutters are made of high quality wood and restored antiques. The garage door is automatic and made of wood.
The railings and balconies are made of iron and antique, the columns are made of marble, and belonged to the original house.
All the original stone of the house belongs to the quarry of San Fernando, the same as the cathedral of Seville. It was restored by the specialist stonemason.
The material used in the restoration, which could not be salvaged from the house, is from the original construction period, the 17th and 18th centuries.
Cruces 100, El Puerto de Santa María, Andalusia, Spain
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