This charming house in the Old Town of Arcos de la Frontera is like a tardis. Originally consisting of two houses with a shared patio, it has been converted into an interesting and quirky private house.
It is spread over 400 square meters distributed over eleven rooms consisting of five bedrooms (with potential to make it six), with the master bedroom having an en suite and air conditioning. Furthermore, there are two salons, a sitting room, dining room, and library and several smaller, quirky spaces and features.
There are also four large outside spaces, two of which are roof terraces. One of the outside spaces is large enough for a pool, and includes a cave with potential to be converted into an extra room. The last outside space is a balcony hewn into the cliff, with stunning views towards Jerez and beyond.
There are fantastic 360º views from the main roof terrace, and potential to develop further roof terraces, plus another cave.
This property is ideal to convert into various types of businesses, for example a boutique hotel, restaurant or gallery, as well as already being a wonderful and stunning home.
There is possibility to park outside the house, which is unusual in the Old Town of Arcos.
The property has all amenities such as town water, electricity and Wi-Fi.
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