Traditional house with natural light
Among the surrounding houses, this house stands out for its beauty and dimensions. This stately home, with more than 200 years of history, housed the municipality’s cereal grains as a silo.
Currently, the house has been rehabilitated for tourist accommodation without detracting from its authenticity.
It is distributed over two floors in such a way that the kitchen-dining room is kept within a common space, recovering the rustic air in a more modern practical sense. The walls have been left clean, simply whitewashed, thus the dark carpentry of the windows and the large atheated door of the entrance next to the floors and the ceilings constitute a set of a strong two-color contrast.
On the upper floor there is also a spacious living room, very comfortable, simple and attractive, where antique furniture is harmoniously combined with the functionality of the living room.
On the lower floor there are two large double bedrooms with additional beds of the same size and with their corresponding bathrooms; both have direct access to the garden that surrounds the house.
This location is located in the East of La Palma so it receives the greatest amount of light during the morning. The large window in the living room is oriented to the east, as is the window in the dining room, which also includes a south-facing window that receives light until late in the afternoon. The garden of the house, with its pool and barbecue are located in the south of the house without any obstacle that prevents natural lighting throughout the day.
The house is accessed through a 3 meter wide entrance and front track. There is ample space on the farm’s grounds to include vehicles, be it passenger cars, vans or medium-sized trucks.
As it is away from the main road, the sound of traffic is not reached.
This location is just 7 km from the airport and 11 km from the capital, Santa Cruz de La Palma, where the port is also located.