€990,000 16th century Palacio on the market positioned subsequent to the Cathedral in Ciudad Rodrigo, Salamanca, Spain.
Development started in 1552. Its promoter was Canon Don Hernando de Miranda, who positioned the shields of his dad and mom, that of Miranda, on the door, and on the perimeters these of Robles and Chaves, their maternal lineages.
The property is a gorgeous palace from the XVI century with a façade of ashlar masonry. The again of the constructing needed to be renovated within the XIX century because of the harm suffered by the warfare of independence.
The 1,496m2 constructing has one inside courtyard, one other exterior the place the previous stables are, a backyard, two liveable inner flooring, and a 3rd flooring for storage (attic).
Its inside courtyard, nearly sq., with eight monolithic columns topped with historic coats of arms, help picket footings on which the closed gallery of the primary flooring rises. From this patio there are stone stairs that result in the primary flooring.
The outer courtyard has a constructing that was the previous barn and the stables which might be at the moment used as a storage; along with an previous dovecote and greenhouse which might be at the moment in ruins.
The backyard, one other of the jewels of the home, has unique views of the Romanesque Cathedral of Santa María.
The bottom flooring is distributed across the inside patio, in addition to the primary flooring, which has a closed gazebo on the backyard façade.
The property is listed within the PGOU and PECH as nicely protected grade 1 (environmental safety).
Conservation, restoration and rehabilitation works are approved to adapt the constructing to new makes use of.
Pink Flamenco – Doug Maxwell