The country estate covers an area of 482 hectares (1,205 acres) and forms part of a larger hunt of 580 hectares. The estate lies near Siles, in the Sierra de Segura in the province of Jaen, Andalusia.
Almost 400 hectares (1,000 acres) are dedicated to a pine forest (250.000 pine trees), oak and juniper amongst others. There is plenty of game such as wild boar, venison and even mountain goats which are attracted to this area because of the abundance of water coming from many naturals springs and wells the largest of which producing 12 litres per second.
The main house has a built area of 600 sqm. Besides a bodega with some 30 m2 in the basement, there are two reception rooms with open fireplace on the ground floor, a dining room, kitchen, a study and a games room. There is also the laundry room, a larder, two storage rooms and the garage on the ground floor. On the upper floor are eight bedrooms and six bathrooms. There is also a room for a sauna. Two locker rooms and two large terraces complete the upper floor.
Within the grounds, there is also a stone cottage waiting to be rehabilitated as well as a hunting pavilion. The property lies about 900 meters above sea level and enjoys a year-round temperate climate.
The house has good insulation with double insulated exterior walls and double glazing windows. The water comes from one of the wells which form a small creek running for 500 metres through the property. Electricity comes from a new 50 Kwa high tension transformer. The property is accessed from the next village on a 9 km well-maintained forest track. The country estate is well suited to a small country and/or hunting hotel, but because of the abundance of water also crabs and fish can be farmed there. There are excellent horse riding and ample space for keeping all kinds of animals.