Incredible Spanish Hacienda Hits the Market for $4 Million
Set on nine acres, the 19th-century estate in Seville just underwent a meticulous renovation
Dating to mid-1800s, this 12,900-square-foot hacienda was originally the summer residence of a Madrid-area nobleman, charmed by Andalucia’s plentiful sunshine and fertile soil. Over the last half century, however, seven-bedroom estate fell into disrepair and was used primarily to house livestock.
Thankfully, the current owners recently completed a meticulous six-year renovation, employing craftsmen from Spain, Morocco, and France to re-create plaster cornices, antique Arab roof tiles, and handmade terra-cotta flooring, all while installing modern comforts like luxe Sbordoni Italian bathrooms and a bespoke English country kitchen. A pair of swimming pools—one indoor, one out—also grace the nine-acre property, which is planted with olive groves and fields of sunflowers.
A version of this article first appeared in print in our 2018 Fall Issue under the headline On the Market. Subscribe to the magazine.