Magnificent house from 1870, belonging to the old Palace of the Marquis of Pavón in the historic center of Jerez, renovated and converted today into tourist apartments.
Its reform was carried out in its entirety in 2015, preserving all the structural elements, adding elements of current comfort, such as the insulation of doors and windows (climalit®) and decorative elements brought from Morocco, evoking a small Riad in Marrakech. The original floor was under the existing one at the time, removing it piece by piece, placing it once the whole building was cemented again. Therefore, all the original elements of the house have been preserved, including the wooden beams, exposed stone walls, façade,…
The hot water supply is provided by solar panels with two storage tanks of 350 and 150 liters respectively, plus an auxiliary electric backup tank of 150 liters.
The house consists of two floors plus roof terrace.
On the first floor is the central courtyard which is accessed from the entrance hall. From here we go to the reception, with original hydraulic floor and exposed stone walls. From here we access a cozy living room with high ceilings and wooden beams. On this floor, there is a fully equipped independent apartment with pre-installation for a kitchen and four more bedrooms with en suite bathroom, one of them with access to a small courtyard. In the main courtyard there is a room for laundry area.
With a little work, in this area there would be two apartments, so that as a whole, the house would be made up of 6 independent apartments.
On the second floor, which is accessed by an original staircase, there are three apartments. The first one has a sloping ceiling and an en-suite bathroom.
A second apartment consists of a living room with kitchenette very bright, as it has three windows facing the street, a bathroom and a second bedroom with dressing room.
The third is a small studio with the same characteristics as the previous two.
On this floor all rooms have air conditioning type Split hot / cold.
The roof terrace, now converted into an outdoor seating area or chill-out, is accessed by a wooden staircase; from here we can see the cathedral and beautiful views of the city center.
Its location is perfect for tourism, since in addition to the great gastronomic offer that is offered in the surroundings, it is located next to the Antonio Chacón Flamenco Club, La Buena Gente Flamenco Club, Lola Flores Museum and Andalusian Flamenco Center; all of them within 2 minutes walking distance.
The Cathedral and the Alcazar are a 5 minute walk away. Bodegas Fundador, Bodegas Tradición, and Bodegas León Domecq, just a two minute walk, and the González Byass winery of Tio Pepe, just 5 minutes away.
Beaches of El Puerto de Santa Maria, Rota and Sanlucar de Barrameda just 20 minutes by car.
Jerez International Airport 15 minutes away.