Lucas Fox presents this historical estate, the Huerta Grande, Mudejar architectural heritage of the beautiful town of La Zubia. Once owned by the Marquis of Montes, as the stone shield of arms shows on the façade, the palace was used by Manuel de Falla, famous Spanish composer, who spent his summer holidays at the estate. It was rebuilt in 1840, although ancient notarial deeds show that it is much older, dating back to before the 17th century. The main property has 9 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 3 kitchens, and 6 apartments within the stables and guard house (totaling 15 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms). Outside there is apparently a pool, vegetable gardens, an orchard, several terraces, 3 Andalusian patios….
This property has so much potential within the outdoor spaces I don’t even care about the interior. Sounds like you could turn this into quite a money making property by creating your own space and then holiday rental spaces with the rest. For sale for €1,575,000.