This palace house with colonial characteristics is an architectural jewel of the late 19th century.
It has 994 m² built and 622 m² of land, and is structured on two floors.
The ground floor has a spacious hall with a forged steel door and handcrafted grating, as well as a splendid porticoed patio with extraordinary columns and marble floors. Magnificent rooms with original hydraulic flooring are distributed around the central patio, some with handmade pottery sockets, coffered ceilings, frescoes, etc. It also has a kitchen with dining room, bathrooms and an annex patio.
The first floor is the most intimate area of the house, and is accessed through a wonderful staircase. The six rooms available are organized around the central gallery. It has a chapel, winter room, kitchen, dining room and two bathrooms.
The ground floor has an open plan living room and a splendid central patio.
The main façade stands out for its traditional bichromy and for the portal-balcony with a lintel arch between decorated double pilasters, in addition to its windows crowned with semicircular pediments and side balconies with lintelled arches with decorated pilasters.
This impressive property is an extraordinary investment opportunity for the operation as a charming hotel, in addition to the location and quality of the property, it should be noted that Villamartín does not have a sufficient supply of hotel rooms.
With its magnificent geographical location, this town has become the nerve center of the region, as well as the gateway to the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park to the northwest and the Los Alcornocales Natural Park to the north. Also as an investment in a luxury restaurant.
Villamartín is the communication hub of the Sierra de Cádiz. From here the three branches that make up the Route of the White Villages depart: Southwest Route towards Arcos. Southeast Route towards Ubrique. Northeast route to Olvera.