We are delighted to offer for sale this stunning example of a Spanish mansion that has been reformed to protect many original features whilst achieving modern living requirements.
A stunning Spanish mansion, steeped in history perfectly restored and maintained to encompass modern day living with the style and grace of Spanish history. This is a ‘must see property’ Approximately 600 sq metres of living space this property could be used as a small unique hotel, a stunning home worthy of note or 3 spacious and stunning apartments, permissions allowing.
The property is in excellent condition and must be viewed to appreciate the quality of this spectacular property.
This stunning independent Spanish mansion, built in the last quarter of the eighteenth century (1775-1800), belonging to the Marquis of Vélez, in the old town of Mula, declared a ’Historical National’
The villa is connected by motorway to the coast, airports and cities of the region and the Mediterranean motorway AP7.
The Spanish mansion consists of basement, distributed in different units (this has been used previously as a tailors, producing high quality traditional Spanish dress); ground floor, distributed two lounges with individual French fireplaces, four bedrooms, kitchen, two bathrooms and patio; first floor, divided into, two bedrooms, living room, kitchen, bathroom and terrace.
The building maintains original features such as floors, balustrades, cornices, beams, brackets and is truly a stunning, up market and well preserved piece of Spanish history. Whist the property has been preserved there are excellent quality kitchens and bathroom the reflect modern day living
The property is located 35 km from Murcia and is in a fertile valley. The town has palaces and monuments that certify a richness that the Marques de los Velez, protected, erecting an imposing castle with its magnificent stonework.
The town has been inhabited since Neolithic times, traces of argárica time have been discovered and are now sited in the Museum of Iberian Art “El Cigarralejo”, considered the best exhibition of Iberian art of the peninsula.
This monumental town huddles around the Plaza Mayor, where stands the Church of San Miguel, At the top of the town located in the narrow streets that make up the old town, stands the Church of Santo Domingo declared a Historic Artistic national character in 1981, the church has a Renaissance façade and Baroque interior, as well as one of the best monastic works of the region.
Another highlight is the Museum of Modern Art Foundation “Painted House”
5 km from the town, in a spectacular setting, are the famous Baths of Mula, used since Roman times and recently modernised, indicated for rheumatic diseases and relaxation.
This town is of great importance to the Spanish Film Week, where leading figures of Spanish cinema parade down a red carpet at this location.
Viewing is highly recommended for this traditional Spanish mansion