This wonderful Cortijo house dates from the 18th Century, It still preserves stones from this time in its walls, and not only that, there is also talk of a hidden treasure,
That house was built on a hill which gave the Conquistador from the Northern Spain a view of 360 degrees -south sea views over the Mediterranean to the Rif Mountains of Morocco, north to the white villages of Casares and Gaucin, and east along the coast toward Estepona.
24 years ago the Cortijo was totally renovated with great style and respect by a local architect who specialized in historical houses, keeping its unique style.
The current plot has about 8.600 sq.m registered, with 663 meters of house built and planning permission of 2.607 meters more to built, the actual meters are divided in 2 floors, there are 6 bedrooms and 6 a half bathrooms in the main house plus a detached 1 bedroom gate house, a dining area, a large kitchen and a sitting room with access to the south terrace, the back garden and the pool area and on the second floor the magnificent living room with a large fireplace and wooden beamed ceilings with years of history. we could easily say that this part of the house is the one that makes visitors fall in love the most.