A magnificent palace, built in the late Middle Ages, its style is the transition from Gothic to Plateresque. This is a carved stone palace with Gothic details.
The castle was conceived for family living, in contrast to the structures of that time, which were defensive in nature. It can be considered one of the best incarnations of Spanish civil architecture in the Gothic style.
Over the years, this palace has had various uses, from barracks to a military hospital. This palace was Wellington's headquarters.
Sixteen stone columns surround the courtyard, in the center of which is a well. There are also stables, a garage, a cellar, gardens. The castle is licensed for hotel business and is located in the Torrelodones area.
A Golden Visa can be obtained with the purchase of this property (residence permit for investments).
The castle has three bedrooms, five bathrooms, a living room, a kitchen, terraces.