We are facing a magnificent and newly renovated historic villa dating from 1941 designed by the prestigious Valencian architect Gómez Davó. It called "Los Parrales" belonged to a wealthy family of the time. Keep original ceilings paintings, hydraulic tiles and Carrara marble soil, interior windows, the imposing entrance gate of mobila carved with noble granite shield, the window frames pink Carrara marble and even it has respected the distribution of the rooms and the majestic stairs. The villa consists of a large hall which accesses five rooms with two marble fireplaces that surround the perimeter. In the left wing is the service area with office, kitchen, pantry, toilet and staircase. A grand staircase of walnut leads to the first floor where another distributor leads to eight rooms all with different designs, 3 of them give a viewpoint of the garden and the service area is accessed by external terrace area home and stables (this area is the only rehabilitate). In the basement are several rooms designed to service area: cellar, pantry and self-supply well. Surrounded by a large garden with a stone pool, fountain and gazebo this set is suitable for use as a place of hospitality or cultural events, recreational or private use. An adjoining plot with access to the back street that could be equipped for parking plot included. Definitely a dream resort that preserves exquisite materials and has an interesting history.
San Antonio is located 70 km from Valencia. With more than 2,000 inhabitants, it is the largest village of Europe. It is well connected as it goes through the A-3 Madrid-Valencia and two national roads to Albacete and Ayora, has bus line, train station, railway High Speed, 5 minutes from an airport and 40 minutes Valencia international airport. It is also equipped with amenities including supermarkets, pharmacies, schools, etc. San Antonio is south and at the foot of the Sierra de Juan Navarro, where the typical fauna campaign in this area: partridges, hares, wild rabbits, wild boars. The term subsoil is rich in aquifers, thereby attesting to the numerous sources surrounding the village: Fuente del Mono, Fountain Jedrea, San Benedetto. Magro river runs through the southern town of San Antonio, in search of the Júcar River, in the region of the High Bank. The economic activity of San Antonio is primarily agricultural. The vineyard is the king of the region and in this population it is especially because of the care with which the vineyards and fruit and the results obtained various wineries here enclaved, famous denomination of origin Utiel-Requena cared addition can perform multiple cultural and adventure sports activities such as rafting, kayaking, gorge, climbs, hiking, etc ... and just 20 Km are the famous Gorges of Cabriel and Chera Geological Park and 10 minutes Park Nature Fauna Ibérica, located in El Rebollar.
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