An approximately 200-year old town house in the historical centre of Santa Cruz de La Palma, situated close to the monastery and Plaza Alameda, just a few short steps from the ocean and situated at roughly 25 meters above sea level.
The habitable corner house, which is still completely in original condition, boasts basement space, a ground floor, first floor and a small roof terrace, or a total of roughly 290 m².
A narrow entrance hall leads to the living areas on the ground floor. Here you’ll find a striking, large living room, two additional rooms and a bathroom. Moving straight ahead takes you to a cosy indoor patio, which is adjacent to the kitchen and from which one reaches the small roof terrace.
The living rooms all feature original wooden floors, wooden ceilings and wooden windows. The window recesses feature typical windowsills and wooden shutters.
All timbers are fashioned from traditional tea wood and are in extremely good condition!
Kitchen facilities and bathrooms are also antique but in good condition and working order. A small spiral staircase leads from the entrance hall to the three bedrooms on the first floor, with the bedrooms also equipped with antique wooden flooring, wooden frames and wooden windows. The staircase also leads to the large bathroom, which is also in good working order.
The completely dry basement is reached from outside by a separate entrance.
The absolutely dry basement is accessible from the outside via a separate entrance.
The entire town house was renovated a few years ago and was inhabited until recently. Except for a few minor repairs being carried out, the house is immediately ready to move into.
Of course electricity, water and telephone connections are all in place.
The town house’s central location close to the monastery means it’s just a short hop until you’re in the middle of daily Spanish life in the island’s capital city.
Very good for a big family, but also suitable as an office building or consulting rooms.