A beautiful Andalusian Stud Farm with over 103 acres .
If its your dream to live with horses in heaven this is probably the closest you ever will get to!
The “Guardiola” blood line is one of the best known of PRE-horses in Spain and of which there are presently five stallions and about forty mares and foals on this outstanding stud farm with state-of-the-art equestrian installations spanning over 103 acres of fertile pastures and buildings. The immediate impression when arriving at the stud is: “Wow, what a super and beautiful place!” Everything is just perfect beginning with the tarmaced pathways between the buildings, the 16 well laid out horse boxes, the open stables for over 25 brood mares, the staff accommodation with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, the huge barn with insulated roof for hay and straw, the 20 x 20 meter multipurpose hall which easily can be converted into a perfect covered riding manège, the 20 x 50 meter open air manège, the four artesian wells dating back to the ages of arabic rule, the original bodega ever luring the visitor the sample a delicate “fino”, and, of course, the beautiful mansion in the traditional andalusian architecture with wooden beamed and with clay tiles covered ceilings. There is a large lounge with open log fire place and integrated dining area, a well-appointed kitchen, two spacious double bedrooms sharing one bathroom. A staircase leads to a large gallery room with pool table and opening to a roof terrace which is prepared for the construction of another two master bedroom suites.
Part of the farm produces wheat but most of it is reserved for pastures for the horses. There is also a vegetable garden, a small vineyard producing the delicious moscatel grapes, orange and other fruit trees. The next village with shops, banks, restaurants etc. is within walking distance and the beaches of the Costa de la Luz are just half an hour away.
The farm is sold fully furnished and equipped including all machinery.
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