A beautifully renovated house originally built from the remains of the Vera Cruz Chapel, ruined in the 18th century, with the oldest parts of the house dating back to the Moorish era.
The house is located in a quiet pedestrian lane at the heart of the old town, with Vejer’s excellent restaurants and bars all just a short stroll from the front door.
The renovation retained the big lofty rooms and generous common spaces, including the original galleried internal courtyard, which offer an unrivalled sense of space and mean this uniquely stylish and spacious house is without parallel in Vejer.
The house comprises 360m2 (4000 sqft) of generously proportioned living, entertaining and sleeping accommodation plus over 100m2 of roof terraces, all with spectacular views across the old town to the countryside beyond.
The house is arranged over 3 floors around a central Riyadh-style patio and has four large double bedrooms and four bathrooms. With an additional two double sofa-beds the capacity is 8+4 persons.
Bedrooms 1 and 2 are suites with en-suite bathroom, own terrace, lounge area, and kitchenettes with fridge and facilities for making snacks etc.. Bedrooms 3 and 4 share a large family bathroom. ‘3’ is a large double and ‘4’ has twin single beds. There is an adjacent dressing room which has a sofa bed, and ‘1’ also has a double sofa bed.
There is a fully equipped kitchen that opens onto the main salon/dining-room, and a second lounge off the ground-floor patio, which features a bar and where there is also an extra shower room.
In the past the property had 5 en suites for commercial purposes now down scaled down to two as the owners of the property have decided to downscale the commercial availability for lifestyle reasons.