If you have ever dreamed of moving to Spain permanently, this property in Seville must be on your wish list …
Owned by Joanne Hearst Castro, granddaughter of William Randolph Hearst, this villa is almost too good to be true. It has an area of about 3,000 m2 and was built in 1929 by Anibal Gonzalez and follows the traditional architecture of Seville. In 1999, it was completely restored and improved, so it now shines with its old glory, but it also offers some modern amenities, such as underfloor heating.
With fifteen bedrooms and so many bathrooms, this luxury property comes with 152 hectares of land, making it one of the most important in Spain. Here is a bull ring with Mexican hand-made wooden details, chapel for religious celebrations, and a massive pavilion for relaxation of 750 m2.
Within the pavilion there is a bar with Mexican decoration, Andalusian cellar, a beautiful cinema, a billiard room, a kitchen and a large swimming pool. Still, what is even better is the fact that this villa comes with a couple of pure-blooded horses and and two rooms for dressage horses.
With a price of €13.5 million, you will get furniture, decoration, carriages, antiques, saddlery, livestock and several matador costumes. As this property is enormous, it takes seventeen people to maintain it, so you have to take this into account.