The 18th century property property is accessed by almost 1km of private entrance and has wonderful 360º panoramic views. (Although a farmhouse but only 3 minutes from the Las Dunas shopping centre)
The main house (961 sq m (10,344 sq ft) is built around a glassed in large central courtyard with an ancient Aljibe in the middle (Moorish well, but the water is used for the garden only as the house has mains water from the town). Charruado has 7 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. There is a large country kitchen with wood burning pizza oven and also a smaller kitchen used by the housekeeper. Adjoining the main kitchen is a large dining room used for more formal dining. The main living room is light and airy with wonderful views over the vineyard.
THE GREAT HALL: For special occasions such as Christmas & celebrations the “Great Hall” ( 122 sq m/ 1313 sq ft ) comes into its own. This at one time was the bodega where sherry was made and some of the original barrels are still stored there. The previous owners used the roof of the Great Hall for helicopter landing.
STABLES : The stables have been sympathetically converted to offices but can easily be changed back. There is also a manège for riding next to the stable area.
GARDENS & POOL: There is a well maintained mature garden with beautiful old olive trees, an orchard and a vegetable garden. An impressive swimming pool with beach entry and 4 meters deep for diving .
Although a country property Charruado has all mod cons. i.e. mains water and electricity, central heating and air conditioning. Telephone and Wifi. Woodburning stoves in some of the rooms. Currently, a guest house is nearing completion. The house can be sold with gardens only for 1.190.000€, i.e. vineyard not included.
The “sherry triangle” of El Puerto de Santa Maria, Jerez de la Frontera and Sanlucar de Barrameda, 10 minutes from the beautiful beaches of Chipiona and El Puerto de Santa Maria. Jerez airport is 25 minutes away, Seville just over 1 hour and Malaga just over 2 hours. Sanlucar de Barrameda is weel known for its gastronomy , specially sea food, the unique "manzanilla" wine can only be produced in this part of the world and the Guadalquivir River dies in the Atlantic Ocean separating the ancient town from the paradisiac Natural Park of Doñana.
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