- October 10, 2010 at 9:53 am #55899
1850’s 312 sq.m. rendered stone building (restored 2003).
On a corner and well lit (‘luminoso’), with 5 balconies and 10 windows to the street. It has an attractive facade giving onto little S.Telmo street, with internal charm due to the covered patios, the original beams & many of the original windows and doors, shutter styles, marble side stairs, 1st & 2nd floor pavers, ‘aljibe’ (cellar), ‘castillete’ (laundry tower), ‘lebrillos’ (wash-basins), & ‘azotea’ (roof-garden).
12 rooms now (24 originally): 2 bathrooms, 1 sitting room/dining area, 1 kitchen/breakfast room, 4 or more bedrooms, 1 library/study, 1 office, 1 studio (two small rooms) & laundry. Access to the whole house via c./ San Dimas, or just to the 1st and 2nd floors via c./ San Telmo. Currently my private residence ‘vivienda unifamiliar’, but with conversion feasible to flats ‘plurifamiliar’ or hotel etc. ‘alojamiento’. In very good condition.
In a quiet residential zone next to the Parque Genoves, Centro Deportivo (indoor sports centre) and Teatro Falla, handy to the tennis club & the iconic Caleta Beach, with various plazas, car parks, bus lines, taxi ranks, medical centres & a primary school nearby. Next to the university’s new administrative centre & several faculties.
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3] =3]S.Dimas (azotea/roof garden) =2]S.Dimas (collage of former paints and wallpapers) =1]S.Dimas (patio upwards)
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