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    Castilla de la Mancha
    Other Spain, Other Areas In Spain,

    Castilla de la Mancha
    Other Spain, Other Areas In Spain, Spain

    John Kinloch
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    Historic Hacienda 'Cañada de la Manga'

    Area: about 2,500 hectares* (6,175 acres). Plus approximately 78 hectares (185 acres) for the tourist center 'La Can~ada', in Lagunas de Ruidera.

    Agricultural land: the extension of lands currently devoted to agriculture can breakdown as:

    • 281 hectares (~695 acres) of irrigated land.

    • 780 hectares (~1,927 acres) dedicated to dry farming - easily extensible.

    Much of its land can be used to hunt small game (partridge, pigeon, rabbit and hare). Even wild boar, that migrate through these lands.

    There's machinery that is currently used for agricultural production.

    The farm has two water reservoirs: a big one with 35,000 m3, and a smaller one with 8,000 m3.

    Its agricultural production -professionally managed- is meant to obtain the highest profits by growing cereals included in thePAC programs(Poli´tica Agraria Comu´n, Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is the agricultural policy of the European Union).

    The presence of natural groundwater resources is yet another benefit: be it by the direct use of those resources, or by the negotiation of agreements to limit their use.

    Theinstallations and equipmentare especially noteworthy when it comes to meeting the highest standards of sport hunting. Can~ada la Manga is known for the character of its partridges and its terrain. The latter makes it unique in the practice of sport hunting.

    Facilities for the partridge breeding guarantee and increase their natural population. With those, the availability of game is assured in a sustainable manner.

    Big game huntingis seasonal, mostly of wild boar. Organizing big game hunting events is not only profitable, but recommended for sustainability reasons.

    The farm has residential buildings to comfortably accommodate more that 60 people in four single-family homes and one common area. With many bedrooms, bathrooms, living rooms and a huge living room for 50 people -along with kitchens, et cetera.

    These multiple country houses form a rectangular layout around a big central courtyard. Outside of the main rectangular structure, there are additional patios and gardens, and a capriciously shaped pool.

    Additionally, there are three homes for servants, managers and security personnel.

    Not far from the main houses, a bullring. With a presidential tower of two floors, it constitutes an interesting place for organizing events and social gatherings. Maybe even setting up a bullfight! For professionals and amateurs alike: the latter could always show their skills and bravery facing wild heifers.

    In the warehouses around the bullring there's a museum with historical objects, not included in the final offer.

    Further buildings are scattered through these lands: a cellar, sheepfolds, warehouses used to store machinery, grain/cereal warehouses, a stable..

    A ravine crosses the farm in its length. The prairies besides the ravine allow for complementary uses. For example: a golf course, or a solar farm.

    One of the farm's boundary is gifted with extraordinary beauty: 'Las Lagunas de Ruidera'.

    This is a land of many uses. It is suitable, for example, for a hotel. Or to organize conferences, business seminars, social events, et cetera.

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    Amenities & Features

    • Listing Details
      • Property ID
      • Property type
        hacienda and estancia hom
      • Marketed By
        Madrid Sotheby's International Realty
      • Status
      • Listing Price
      • County
        Any Cities In Spain
    • Utilities & Building
      • Style
      • Lot Size Unit
      • Lot Size
    • Interior
      • Amenities
        Barn, Guest House, Gardens, Outdoor Pool, Boat House
      • Bedrooms
    • Additional Features
      • Features
        Lake, Water View, Scenic View