Patios, roof and solarium

Lanscaped Andalusian Patio –  Two Lanscaped & Furnished Rooftop Terraces – Landscaped Solarium with shower – Laundry – Garage

Common Areas Description & Distribution

After entering the home through the huge wooden doors, you’re welcome by a forged-iron gate, made without any welds, originally from a convent founded by Saint Teresa de Jesús on Zaragoza Street (Sevilla). A Roman bathtub made from a single piece of marble has been converted into a fountain with a terracota lion head spout, and two Roman busts on either side. A giant cocotero (coconut tree), one of the many flowering trees in the property, grows up the side of the patio, full of beautiful plants. The main patio is surrounded by a gallery of old Roman columns that rest on lead discs. A lovely marble center fountain fills the afternoons with a gentle water song. A mechanical patio awning automatically closes and opens with the rising and the setting of the sun, keeping the patio nice and cool.

A covered terraced on the rooftop, furnished with comfortable sofa and chairs, offers the opportunity to enjoy a view of the Giralda while reading or enjoying afternoon tea. Another terrace, covered with an attractive pergola and furnished with a table and chairs, offers magnificent views of the tile rooftops of the Sevilla historic center. The third terrace, a solarium, provides relaxation in the sun on chaise or hammocks. The washing machine and drier are situated on the third floor, accessed by stairs or lift, and are shared with the other apartments in the house.