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REF: ES126

AN ARCHITECTURAL JEWEL OF THE 20TH CENTURY

Santander / Cantabria Show in map
1.899.000€ I'm interested

Superb property in the wonderful Paseo de Menéndez Pelayo. Spectacular architecture whose façade dates back to the early 1900s, a jewel located in one of the noblest places in the city of Santander. Majestic mansion identity of a stately era.

The farm welcomes us with an impressive 1,300 m2 garden, presided over by an exuberant palm tree that adds a special attraction, bringing harmony and exoticism to the landscaping.

As soon as we enter the mansion we are surprised by the main room, the hall, splendid stained glass windows, an ostentatious and robust wooden staircase, spacious rooms with striking ornamental details on doors and ceilings, and above all the light, absolutely the protagonist of the entire building.

Distributed over three floors, long corridors, numerous rooms, very high ceilings, give it many possibilities to make it the project of your dreams.

Located in the rear area and higher up is a small house previously used for the maintenance service.

Its privileged location, elevated above the ground, four fords, adds majesty and visibility, thus allowing you to enjoy a unique and beautiful landscape of Santander "La Marinera" and its Cantabrian Sea.

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Santander / Cantabria

The emblematic Paseo de Menéndez Pelayo is one of the noble arteries of the city of Santander. It was conceived as the most important means of communication between the city center and El Sardinero. A delight to walk through its tree-lined avenue and the mansions that adorn it, a delight that takes us back to the time of the end of the 19th century.

It can be said that this Menéndez Pelayo promenade is 'the path of the painters'. Gutiérrez Solana, José Cataluña, Manuel Raba, Justo Colongues, Antonio Quirós, the Calderón family (saga of artists), the Berío brothers (all painters), González del Camino, José Manuel Panero, Pedro Sobrado, Gerardo and Light of Alvear...

History and charm come together in this beautiful street that also enjoys a strategic location, which is why it was conceived.

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