This magnificent historic villa, surrounded by banana fields, was built in 1947 by the architect D. Thomas Machado, one of the highest representatives of the Neo-Canarian style, and was the head of a large estate of 2.9 hectares. The house was completely renovated in 1996.
The estate is perhaps the last of the great estates built in the heart of the Orotava Valley and has a spacious access road, a private chapel, a tower, a large monumental stone staircase, a heated swimming pool, some outbuildings, a garage and a well-kept botanical garden with breathtaking views of Sea and Orotava Valley.
Currently, weddings and celebrations of any kind are being successfully held here. It features a 750 m² tent, a summer kitchen and a toilet. The estate receives income from events and a banana plantation.
The main building offers about 1,712 m² of living space and is in good condition. In addition, there are still some outbuildings, but they must be repaired.
This magnificent property can be converted into an exclusive private country estate or, for example, into a 5-star boutique hotel. There is the possibility of expansion through the acquisition of additional adjacent buildings and agricultural land.
A Golden Visa can be obtained with the purchase of this property (residence permit for investments).
The house has twelve bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a living room, a kitchen, terraces.
Tiled floors, a fireplace, a fitted kitchen.
Location and nearby infrastructure
If you are looking for peace, relaxation and complete privacy among the Canary countryside and nature, but do not want to give up the maximum possible comfort, spectacular views and good infrastructure, you will find here your personal piece of paradise. Thanks to its central location in the Orotava Valley, you can reach the cities of La Orotava, Los Realejos and Puerto de la Cruz in just a few minutes by car. The North Airport is a 20-minute drive, and the South Airport can be reached in about 50 minutes.