This is a spectacular home, both inside and out: the interior is truly Baroque, full of colour and style, and its impressive terraces provide unsurpassable, stunning views. It is, quite literally, a balcony onto Seville, a place from which to admire the city’s skyline with its parapets, rooftops and towers, and the world’s largest Gothic cathedral.
The property is exceptionally located within a typical 19th century Sevillian stately building, and is striking in its decoration: Baroque, colourist and full of character. A spacious and welcoming living room is marked by large windows and stylish furniture with an eclectic mix of textiles and unusual decorative elements, amongst which religious figures stand out. Adjoining this is a bright dining room furnished with a cheerful combination of French-style furniture, with some oriental pieces, large mirrors and an ornate chandelier.
There are three large bedrooms with stuccoed walls, all decorated in distinctive colours which further add to the character of the property. Each room has its own bathroom and large wardrobes. The master bedroom, decorated in daring shades of pink, has a large double bed. The second bedroom adopts blue as its defining colour, and is furnished with two single beds. The third bedroom is yellow-themed, with a hand-painted trompe-l'œil as headboard and pretty textiles. The kitchen is fully equipped with modern white goods and appliances, and wooden latticed cupboards.
And what to say of the two terraces... These offer stunning panoramic views of Seville’s historic centre, the Giralda and the cathedral. The main terrace is equipped with wrought-iron furniture and has plenty of plants to afford colour and privacy. A privileged retreat from which to enjoy al fresco dining in the exceptional temperatures the city has to offer all year round. The second terrace is accessed via a spiral wrought iron staircase. This is your balcony onto Seville, providing exceptional views over the lesser known north face of the cathedral and the Giralda.