5,000m² house / villa with 15,000m² garden for sale in Sevilla
Lucas Fox is pleased to present this magnificent historic estate. Originally it was a caliphal fortress for the defense of Seville and, later, a rearguard camp for King Ferdinand III, the Saint, during the conquest of the city in 1248. At the end of the 13th century and the beginning of the 14th century it was owned by the Queen of Castile. , Doña María de Molina, which gave this building its name. In addition, its large and magnificent gardens endow the complex with extraordinary beauty, where you can enjoy an environment full of history, art and nature in its fullness.
The farmhouse is of enormous interest, since in addition to being a National Monument since 1978, it turns out to be the only well-preserved rural building from this period in the entire area of Seville.
The complex covers a series of land and buildings with a total surface area of 25,000 m². The garden, irrigated with spring water and six inexhaustible wells, occupies an area of approximately 15,000 m², as well as a swimming pool and solarium area. The main farmhouse has 16 rooms, all of them with bathrooms en suite, plus a set of lounges and rooms and spaces for the service.
Today it is operated as a hotel and has lounges and indoor and outdoor areas for celebrations and all kinds of events.
Contact the Lucas Fox Seville team for more information or to arrange a visit.