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Property for sale in Gerena, Sevilla

sale: Price on request
ref. 1137
107,984 ft2 built.
15,284,880 ft2 plot.
 Bedrooms 7
Condition To enter to live
Private pool
Energy Rating In process
Green zones

A palace that was the residence of the granddaughter of newspaper magnate Willian Randolph Hearst, who inspired Orson Welles for the character and writing of "Citizen Kane".

The property is located on the heights of the city Gerena, this palace that was the nest of many couples to celebrate their wedding is 30' from the TGV station and Seville airport.

On a plot of land of 142 hectares, which are divided into pasture, 2 plots of 40 hectares of hay for horses, 2 plots of olive trees, with 2,000 trees.

There are 7 wells and a reservoir, for the consumption of the animals and for the use of the house,

A reverse osmosis water purifier is available.

It has its own electricity transformer for high and low voltage. 

The impressive cortijo, was built by Anibal Gonzalez, famous for the construction of many of Seville's historical monuments, such as the Alfonso XIII Hotel, the Mudejar Pavilion, the Royal Pavilion, the Archaeological Museum and the

the Archaeological Museum and the Plaza de España.

It is equipped with air conditioning and underfloor heating and also has another building for celebrations, with a 20x20 m swimming pool.

The wonderful gardens are the work of landscape architect Fernando Caruncho.

The granddaughter of William Randolph Hearst lived in this property for almost 40 years, where she devoted herself to the breeding of Spanish horses.

There is currently a stud farm of purebred Spanish horses, with different lines of champions.

The Property is sold with all the furniture, machinery and horses.

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