Burguillos de Toledo
Unique opportunity to acquire the most spectacular property in Toledo, a real dream home.
Upon entering this incredible property, crossing its imposing wooden door, we enter a 140 square metre living room with a spectacular chimney and a great height, as it enjoys clear views up to the ceiling with wooden beams and luminous skylights that provide us with natural light throughout the day. This floor has two en-suite bedrooms and a beautiful and cosy lounge and summer kitchen with barbecue, oven and fully equipped bar. From this lounge we access the summer area, a relaxing zone in which to enjoy the sun in a unique space created by the beauty of the colourful greenery and a wonderful pool that we can illuminate at night creating an unimaginable atmosphere. On this floor we also find the main kitchen and a beautiful guest toilet.
On the upper floor there are four bedrooms, all of them en-suite, which can be accessed from precious hallways overlooking the main living room of the house. The master bedroom is a spectacular en-suite room with dressing room, sitting area and fireplace. All the rooms of the house are equipped with air conditioning. It also has 9 magnificent bathrooms, a sauna and a Turkish bath.
On the ground floor there is an additional lounge that serves as a game room or television lounge, a kitchen and one of the jewels that this house contains: a perfectly conditioned cellar with a large dining area with natural light thanks to a large skylight that covers much of the roof.
On this floor is located the garage with 4 parking spaces and the engine room.
A few kilometres from Toledo is the beautiful village of Orgaz. The municipality is located'in a ravine at the foot of the Yébenes mountain range', stretching from east to west from La Mancha to La Jara and from the north of the Montes de Toledo region.
This Villa belonged to the county of Orgaz, whose title is said to have been obtained by El Cid when he married Doña Jimena in Burgos. The port of Orgaz, "de portugue de Orgaz", appears for the first time in a letter of 1183, in an agreement between the Archbishop of Toledo, Don Gonzalo Pétrez, and the master of the Order of Calatrava, Don Nuño Pérez de Quiñones. At the time of Fernando III it belonged to the jurisdiction of Toledo.
Monuments and places of interest:
Church of Santo Tomás Apóstol: built and designed by Alberto Churriguera in the middle of the 18th century at the expense of the people.
Orgaz Castle: located to the west of the Villa. It was built at the end of the 14th century.
Plaza Mayor: has some arcades that frame it in a landscape of columns that looks straight ahead.
San Lorenzo Hospital: framed in three large columns, it represents the kind and charitable side of the people of another time, rich and generous to the traveller and needy.