A villa located in the municipality of San Bartolomé deTirajana(Gran Canaria) of 930 square meters that costs 6.9 million euros isthe most expensive of the Canary Islands,according to the ranking of the most exclusive homes in Spain prepared by the idealistic real estate portal.
The mansion is located in the exclusive Monte León Urbanization. The farm has an area of about 88,000 square meters where the main mansion of approximately 930 square meters and two other buildings.
The main building, designed by German architect Friedrich Wilhelm Kraeme, consists of two heights. On the upper floor, where the landscaped central patio stands out, you can find a large master suite and four other double bedrooms with bathrooms.
There is also an equipped industrial kitchen and the living room with large windows facing south. In the lower area there is a magnificent hall divided into three environments. There are also three bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, being able to join two of them and create a private area.
The second habitable zone consists of four bungalows. There is a living room with rustic kitchen, two houses with double bedrooms and a bathroom. In the third habitable zone there is a living room with kitchen and a double bedroom.
Near the mansion there is a pool with spectacular views with a small gazebo with sauna at the bottom. Nearby we find the tennis court and a nice pond with jetty. In the grounds of the mansion there are also fruit plantations and vineyards. The farm has a winery where you can produce your own wine.
The farm also has a great historical component. It has been a meeting place for prominent people in contemporary history. Names like Leonard Bernstein, Helmut Schmidt, Naomi Campbell or Steffi Graff are examples. The renowned Franz and Friends Festival music event is held on the estate on summers.
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