A breathtaking country hunting estate, located in the heart of Sierra the Hornachuelos, Cordoba, the favourite hunting spot of the Spanish King Alfonso XIII. Every year around 70 dears and 50 boars are hunted on this incredible unique estate. Situated 56 km from Cordoba and 100 km from Seville, both offering Airports and High Velocity Train Stations. The farm, 1.030hectares, has its own exclusive Heliport and two private lakes of great capacity. This grandiose house was built and designed in 1971-76 by the eminent architect, historian and writer Mr. Fernando Chueca Goitia, responsible for so many distinguished works such as Madrid’s Cathedral, La Almudena. The property is over 3000m2 built and comprises of various sections and apartments all linked together by 4 impressive Arabic-Andalusian courtyards, individual turrets and a prominent 16m high renascence style tower. 25 bedrooms, 19 bathrooms in total, hand crafted entrance hall with gallery and domed ceilings, dining room with a bespoke wood panelled ceiling, main and the upper living-rooms, the great hunters hall, a large games room, an extensive country kitchen, utility room, wine cellar. The estate also includes stables for horses, the keeper’s and other staff lodgings. Inner architecture is characterised by the magnificence of the Andalusia palatial style, with its ornaments, vaults, archways, ceramic tiles and wooden ceilings. The beautiful and extraordinary landscaped gardens include a variety of ornamental structures, orchards, pavilions, private pool and fountains that together resembles the great gardens of Los Alcazares of Seville or the Alhambra of Granada.