House from 1736 for sale in Chinchon, Madrid
Fantastic ancient building, former convent from the 18th century, dated "1736" in the main door lintel. Placed on a Quixotian environment.
Perfectly restored with all kind of comfort of nowadays, but keeping all kind of details of the past, like ...
|Preis:||481.000,00 €||~ 424.290,00 £||~ 588.504,00 $|
Sie können der Verwendung Ihrer Emailadresse jederzeit widersprechen,
ohne dass hierfür andere als die Übermittlungskosten nach den Basistarifen entstehen.
... many original constructive elements (e.g. the ceiling beams with their vault-like spaces between them or the original street gates from the 18th century).
500 square meters (5300 sq. feet) in two floors, terrace, typical-spanish courtyards, cave, two bathrooms, five bedrooms, three living rooms y otras dependencias. Big 20 metre (65 ft) facade.
A village full of life, but quiet and stillness: The house is on the heart of Chinchón, in an old, high and privileged zone of this village, which is Spanish historic-artistic and cultural patrimony, and a community of intellectuals and artists. Although this house is placed in a village full of life all the year long, quiet and stillness are remarkable qualities of the building, making it a great place for resting or for intellectual work, effort and concentration.
Chinchon is close to important cities like Aranjuez, Toledo and Madrid. In fact, Chinchón is part of the Madrid State and many people living in Chinchón work everyday in Madrid.
Sunny and quiet building. Very intimate and comfortable. There is a splendid heating in whole home which can be regulated independently in each floor. All windows in the house are weatherized, offering the highest level of thermal and acoustic insulation. Windows have a special design that allows you to open them in two different directions. All this creates a high level of comfort be it winter or summer. The whole building enjoys an excellent natural gas heating system, which can be regulated independently for each floor, with independent thermostats. Insulation in walls and windows contributes to the heating efficiency giving it a comfort level equal to a city home.
Terrace, coutyards and cave. Terrace (where you can take sun during the day or look at the stars during delightful nights) with superb panoramic views over the church, castle, fields and whole village. Everything with most genuine Spanish and Cervantine flavour. It is very easy to daydream about Don Quijote de la Mancha and the past of these fields. The cave below the building served as a -lagar- (wine-making site) for the convent that the house used to be long ago. The neighbourhood: Chinchon is the most wonderful village of Madrid State with a world famous square and a brilliant history. It is a village very linked to Bourbon Kings dynasty from Phillipe the fifth. He was crowned in the mentioned square in the beginning of the 18th century. Also is a village very linked from centuries to present time to intellectuals and artists like Goya. In current times painters, sculptors, writers live here. It is a village with all the services that somebody could need. The neighbourhood of the house is simply perfect: Closed to the old square but always in deep quiet. Chinchon is a superb place to live. Not only Madrid that is connected with Chinchon through 4 highways (35 minutes by car), but extremely important places as Toledo, Aranjuez both heritage of humanity and whole south part of Spain as Andalusia, Extremadura and Castilla-La Mancha (The heart of Don Quijote de la Mancha). Aranjuez is a Royal City at the South of Madrid. It is placed at the riverside of River Tajo, and its main feature is to be a city where there are many points of touristic interest, because it was the place where the Spanish Kings had their rest time in the summers of the XVIII Century. Toledo is one of the Spanish cities with the greatest wealth of monuments. Known as the "city of the three cultures", because Christians, Arabs and Jews lived together there for centuries, behind its walls. Toledo preserves an artistic and cultural legacy in the form of churches, palaces, fortresses, mosques and synagogues. This great diversity of artistic styles makes the old quarter of the capital of La Mancha a real open-air museum, which has led to it being declared a World Heritage Site.