"Feel like a king in this fabulous two-bedroom attic with its own private terrace in the very heart of Seville."
And all the more so if you know that king Ferdinand III, also known as Ferdinand the Saint, patron of Seville, did just that before you. Or so the story goes, as recorded on the somewhat mysterious ceramic tableau sitting on the façade of this 17th century stately home.
The Palacio Buenavista is a stunning property which has only recently opened to guests, following a complex and carefully thought-out renovation project which has restored to its former glory one of the most iconic stately homes of 17th century Sevillian domestic architecture. The building has been divided into 12 unique apartments, all boasting top quality materials and a minimalist interior design. This attic apartment is perhaps one of the most special.
It has two bedrooms and can comfortably accommodate four guests. Distributed over two levels, access is from the second floor of the palace, thus providing all the virtues of this pretty patio house and it common areas. But ultimately what you will get here is privacy and peace, the noise insulation and heating and cooling systems being state of the art.
The lower level has an open plan living and dining area, with kitchen included. Brightness and light are the dominant features, with the four large windows overlooking the patio bringing in light throughout the day. The sitting area is set against a pretty brick wall, with two chairs, a coffee table and TV. The dining area is in the middle of the room, with the fully equipped, contemporary-style kitchen at one end. There is also a full bathroom.
The upper level houses the two bedrooms. The first has a large window looking onto the street, and the second a French window leading onto a large terrace with impressive views.
Looking for more? Discover the 12 unique properties housed within the Palacio Buenavista. All different, accommodating from two to six guests: Patio de Sevilla, Loft Carmen, 7 Ventanas, La Piscina, La Terraza, La Cerámica de San Fernando, el Balcón Jardines de Murillo, Feria de Sevilla, La Casa de Una Noche, el Ático Buena Vista, el Ático Santa Cruz and the stunning La Giralda attic. Immaculate and equipped with that level of detail that we love at Home at Homes.
Calle Cano y Cueto is in one of the most centrally-located areas of Seville. Perfect for exploring the historic buildings and Baroque essence of the city, the Barrio de Santa Cruz, the legacy from the Expo held in 1929, and the myriad cultural and leisure opportunities that this city by the Guadalquivir has to offer. All of it within walking distance, to be explored on foot, at your own pace. But there is also public transport, with numerous bus and metro options just around the corner. Or you can cycle, if you prefer, taking advantage of Seville’s cycle lanes. And even if you come by car, parking is not a problem as there is a public parking facility available right next door.
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