A village farm with a 500-year history is the former farm of the monks of the monastery of Yuste, where there are still various buildings that served as a winery, oil mill and stable. This farm cultivated products that Carlos V consumed in the monastery, and it was established that tobacco brought from America was first planted in Europe here. The stone fence from the time of the Monks is still preserved. The plot has a large garden, an outdoor pool, a garage and terraces.
A Golden Visa can be obtained with the purchase of this property (residence permit for investments).
The house has 64 rooms and 42 bathrooms.
A laundry, a jacuzzi.
Cáceres is an old Spanish city located in the autonomous community of Extremadura near the border with Portugal. The streets and squares of Cáceres can easily be mistaken for the scenery for some film about medieval Europe: almost the entire original center of the city, built in the 11–15 centuries, has been preserved here. Tourists come here for walks through the pages of the distant past, unique local cuisine and a pleasant warm climate.