A magnificent building of the XVIIIth century seated on the vestiges of a Roman villa, presides over a rural property of 23 hectares curdled with almond and carob trees.
In an exceptional enclave between the natural parks of the Sierras de Espadán and Calderona and a few meters from the Palancia River, the Masia Durba.
Brilliantly restored, the construction of the XVIII century, based on the vestiges of a Roman villa, presides over a rural estate of 23 hectares curdled with almond and carob trees. The same house responds to the aesthetics and the character of always: rough stone ramparts, reforested
rodeno, courtyard cooled by a central fountain and covered with tiles. Inside the pattern is recognized: wooden beams on the ceiling, strong and noble furniture, stone arches, clay tiles on the floor ... And a cozy dining room facing the cloistered courtyard.
In addition, located in the old era of the farmhouse, a pretty surprise: a saltwater infinity pool to enjoy the breeze and the landscape.