Beautiful "summer palace", close to Ronda, one of the most spectacular cities in Spain. A rare opportunity to acquire a unique property dating from the beginning of last century, set in a surrounding of beautifully grown gardens with plenty of fountains and small waterfalls. Refurbished in 2005, this magnificent unique country estate has a plot of 87.043 m2 and lies in the middle of an olive orchard. Consists of a main house of 519 m2, "Patio Sevillano" of 400 m2, an observatory of 180 m2 and a machine house of 15 m2. The main house is built on 2 floors. The ground floor comprises of a salon with open fireplace, separate dining room, fully fitted kitchen and guest w/c. On the first floor there are 5 bedrooms all with ensuite bathrooms. On the second floor, which is the attic, there are 3 ensuite bedrooms. The main house and gardens were restored from 2002 - 2005 maintaining their antique charm and beauty whilst at the same time installing an up to date, functioning infrastructure- central heating, air conditioning, new water and sewege pipes, central music system, new electric installation and telecommunication. The property has its own water from 4 wells. The main house was built by the Countess of Guadalevin, Carmen Abela (1849-1924), a noblewoman with great fortunes in those days. The style of the building is a mixture of neoclassical and fine andalusian style dating from the beginning of the century (1900). The unique gardens which surround the main house where designed and executed by the renowned french architect J.N. Forestier (also designed the gardens of "Casa del Rey Moro"in Ronda, with a plenitude of fountains, small waterfalls and rivers.