A wooden gate and a tree-lined path lead to this 3,2 hectares luxury and historic property nestled in a wonderful natural scenario located just fifteen minutes from San Rafael city centre. It boasts a small vineyard, old and fruit trees brought from different regions more than a hundred years ago, which make up a magnificent park framed by wonderful vineyards and mountainous landscapes. The manor, with a surface of 323 m2, has been modified and enlarged through the years from the old 1920 construction. All restorations have been made following aesthetic guidelines preserving original materials and incorporating others exclusively selected from demolitions as for example, oak and pinewood floors and openings. All the furniture and bathrooms fittings have been selected from antiques of 1920s and 1930s, following the house’s spirit since its origins. Most of its foundation has also been built upon the old stone foundations. Stained glass windows have been brought from Spain. Its rooms are distributed in different levels in which semicircular windows, arches, wood and colour stand out. The wide kitchen with dining area has been fully recycled and it is totally equipped. The property includes a wine cellar, a family room, a toilette, a playroom and three en-suite bedrooms with breathtaking views to the park and the mountains. The master bedroom is continently located in the upper floor boasting a fabulous terrace and amazing relaxing views. A quincho, boasting local stone walls, roof beams made of eucalyptus wood and straw in the style Normandy houses is the ideal place to host traditional asados. It also serves as guest house featuring a full bathroom and an office with relaxing country views. There is a magnificent lake surrounded by trees and vegetation, a splendid swimming pool with solarium, a beach volleyball court with yellow sand brought from the Parana River, a space to place a tennis court, a stable, a shed, a workshop and a 5-vehicle covered parking space. The oldest rows of vineyards were transferred from finca Asti, which was owned by Valentin Bianchi, the grandfather of the owner and a pioneer of the viniculture in San Rafael. These 80 year old plants are preserved from the original vineyard; most of them are Cabernet and some Malbec. From such plants the wine is produced using traditional methods in the estancia, together with Bianchi family. There is an impressive water tower featuring a viewpoint which was built in 1994. Hot water heating, irrigation system throughout the whole property. A staff and care taker house completes this enchanting estate.