This property once belonged to King Felipe II, and due to Mendizabals confiscation laws in 1835, passed into private hands in 1870.
The main palace occupies 1.900 sq. metres surface area, and there are 20 different outbuildings including chapel, guards lodge, staff living quarters, various terraced houses, a pigeon house, henhouse, greenhouse, various farm buildings and stables, occupying an additional 3.141 sq. metres surface area.
Set in just over 28 hectares of land, there is also a swimming pool which is accessible from one of the palaces terraces and a tennis court.
Ongoing council planning permission has been granted for use as a Grade I hotel, allowing a total of 6.765,77 sq. metres surface area.
All services such as electricity, water, telephone and gas are currently connected, and aditionally there are six legalized wells, making it ideal for both residential and hospitality use.
Completely enclosed by stone walls and fencing, and not existing any rights of path through the properties grounds, thus guaranteeing exclusivity and privacy.
The palace is situated on the M-600 local road, with magnificent views towards the El Escorial Monastery, and was King Felipe II´s palace and basilica in the 16th Century, making it one of the most emblematic properties in the Madrid region.
The grounds are very well populated with established examples of oak, ash, holm oak, horse chestnut, almond and enebral trees aswell as rockrose bushes. Local fauna includes wild boars, roe deer, rabbits, red squirrels, foxes, eagles, imperial owls and other birds.
Services such as bus and train are close at hand, the bus stop is situated close to the grounds main entrance and the Valmayor Dam is in close proximity. Located 45km from Madrid centre and 64 km from Madrid International Airport.
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