In the heart of the Sierra de Aracena, very close to the municipality of Castaño del Robledo, is this large estate of centenary chestnut trees. With a surface area of 75 hectares, it is undoubtedly the largest in the province.
Not only does it boast a unique landscape, but it is also capable of producing around 100,000 kg of chestnuts per year, allowing it to generate considerable income.
It also has several ruins of houses to recover, and a silver mine currently closed, but with the possibility of reactivation.
The farm is located at the foot of the road, just over an hour from Seville and Huelva.
The house, built in an old Zarzo, with luxury qualities, has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a toilet, a large lounge, covered garage, stables for horses, etc.
Electricity is supplied by the national grid and the water supply is assured by a well with abundant water.