Gilmar offers you this exclusive luxury new build flat in the centre of Medina Sidonia. It is part of a house of typical Andalusian construction, with a classic open courtyard in its central area that distributes the access to the different dwellings. The architect has been involved in a very special way in the development of this very personal project, dedicating three long years to its integral refurbishment. With great skill, taste and respect, he has been able to conserve and restore all the original elements that have been possible. Each of the materials that have been necessary to replace or substitute, have been meticulously sought and selected to respect as much as possible the original structure and essence. The end result of this marvellous work has been this unique house made up of just four dwellings and a studio. Each one of them is different from the other, with its own personality, which makes them unique and unrepeatable. All three are on the first floor and are accessed from the central courtyard. The properties are already finished and are delivered furnished and fully equipped, so they are ready to move into.
The one we are detailing here is up a small flight of stairs, on the right. As soon as we enter, we access a beautiful private gallery facing the central courtyard. From the gallery we access the living-dining room with open plan kitchen. Finally, there is a large bedroom that could be transformed into two and a separate bathroom. It is worth mentioning the impressive height of its ceilings, with more than five metres high and its extraordinary insulation, both acoustic and thermal. All the materials used are of excellent quality and the decoration has been carefully selected to achieve a perfect fit with the space and style of the house.
Medina Sidonia is the geographical centre of the province of Cádiz and is connected to the rest of the main towns by motorway, which allows you, for example, to reach the beaches of Chiclana or the airport of Jerez in just half an hour and the capital, Cádiz, in thirty seven minutes. Medina has been declared a Historic-Artistic Site and an Asset of Cultural Interest since 2001.