Savills | , Sevilla, Spain | Property for sale
380 sq m(4,090.29 sq ft)
Guide price €1,200,000(£1,030,682)

Sevilla, Spain


    Key features

    • 3 Bathrooms, 5 Bedrooms
    • 158m² Plot size, 12m² Terrace
    • Marble flooring
    • Equipped Kitchen, Exterior
    • Air conditioning, Double glazing

    380m² house / villa with 12m² terrace for sale in Sevilla

    About this property

    • Lucas Fox Sevilla presents this exclusive Sevillian house, built at the end of the 17th century and restored in 1985, located next to the Plaza del Cristo de Burgos in the historic centre of Seville.

      This traditional house is arranged around a central patio covered with a hall and a three-sided gallery, plus a second rear patio with 19th century tiles and a decorative fountain of about 12 m².

      It consists of a ground floor and first floor linked by an impressive staircase with a hand-painted oval dome and a third attic floor with a total built surface area of 380 m² on a 158 m² plot.

      The ground floor is the public area of the house and from the typical hallway you go to the patio that functions as a hall, in addition to a large double-height room allowing a wooden gallery with a library, which is divided into two rooms occupying the entire side from the facade to the backyard that is currently a professional office area and meeting room directly connected to the hall.

      There is also an archive-library on the other side of the patio, a wine cellar and a guest bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. The first floor has another large living room divided into three rooms, a living room, dining room and central living room next to an architectural wooden staircase that connects us with the upper loft floor where there are two other rooms under a wooden ceiling and an area bathroom, storage room and laundry room.

      The house has a total of 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. In the house, there are traditional elements such as the wooden gallery and railing, a staircase vault with paintings from the s. XIX with Becqueriano motif, wooden ceilings with heights of up to 4 metres, marble floors, entrance gate from the 18th century, te Muslim well, the 19th century tiles of the patio, and many other details that make this historic Sevillian house unique.