Located in Villaluenga del Rosario, village of 450 inhabitants in the Sierra de Cádiz, south of Andalucía region, at an altitude of 870 meters and belonging to the route of the White Villages and the Natural Park of Grazalema. The local activity focuses on lanar and goat farming, cheese making and tourism.
Villaluenga is a center for the practice of numerous sports – hiking, climbing, cycling, paragliding – as well as bird watching, flowers and seasonal mushroom picking. You can also visit important sites: Grazalema, Ubrique, Setenil, Zahara de la Sierra, Ronda, Arcos de la Frontera, Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz and Seville.
It has good communications by road, as well as train and plane through Jerez, Seville and Malaga.
The house has a large cobbled patio of 100 m2 - very sunny and surrounded by high walls that give it total privacy - with fountain, flowers and several trees among which stands out a magnificent walnut that allows the passage of light and sun in winter and sifts them in summer achieving a very pleasant luminosity and temperature throughout the year.
The floor of the whole house is made of old clay brick and much of the walls are exposed stone. It consists of three floors with a useful living area of 120 m2 on a plot of 180 m2 that includes 100 m2 of patio. Apart from a magnificent wood burning fireplace, it has integral heating by thermal emitters throughout the house.
The house was restored and rehabilitated in 1993, preserving all the structural elements that were in good condition and providing new solutions with some touches of modernity. In 2004 we redecorated it while retaining the original shapes and spaces. It is designed for people who want space, peace, tranquility and dialogue with the environment.
On the ground floor the kitchen and the living room spoke each other with the only interruption of the wood burning fireplace that will provide unforgettable evenings watching the holm oak logs be consumed. In front of the fireplace, a set of sofa, armchairs, table and bookcase. Both spaces have large windows and patio doors that make this an extension of the house.
Through a staircase we access the first floor where we find a bedroom with two single beds and then the master bedroom with double bed. This last room has large windows and terrace overlooking the patio as well as a battery of seven fitted wardrobes with front in natural wood. There is also a fully equipped bathroom with a bathtub on this floor.
A new staircase takes us to the second floor. In his time, this stay was used as a painter's studio. It is a single space, open without limits, large heights in the ceilings and large windows that let in the light and through which you access a terrace-solarium overlooking the village and the magnificent landscapes that surround it. It is currently used as a guest bedroom, for which it has two single beds.