Colonial Style Mansion
This mansion is a colonial style building, constructed in 1952 by the architect Josep Maria Franquet, and the garden was designed by a renowned designer Rubio i Tuduri.
It is located in Benicarlo, a town in the North-East of Spain, by the Mediterranean coast. The property is surrounded by 12,800 square metres of mature gardens planted with different kind of trees, plants and shrubs.
The property has always been a family home and comprises of 1,250 square metres of ground floor with a first floor, a basement and an attic. It is fully furnished and ready to move into.
The Main Mansion – 11.800 sq m
Original modernist villa – 360 sq m
Gardener’s residence – 100 sq m
Greenhouse – 100 sq m
The main entrance to the property is by the N-340 Barcelona-Valencia, another entrance is by the San Mateo road and the other one is through Paseo Febrer Soriano that leads to the train station.
Furnished : Yes
Furnished details : The furniture was specially made in proportion to the volume of the rooms, and made by the cabinet-maker´s workshop HERRAIZ in Madrid except some pieces that are original XVII Century that are not included.
1 Km from Beach
400 metres from Bus station-Benicarló
400 metres from City Centre
200 metres from CountrySide
300 metres from Train station-Benicarló
130 Km from Valencia Airport, Spain