La Serreta is probably one of the oldest hunting lodges in Spain. Located in the northwest of Madrid in the province of Segovia, the lodge can be reached in just 80 minutes by car, starting from the Spanish capital.
The castle was restored in 1469 and rebuilt to a palace. At first it acted as a hunting lodge for the earl of Alburquerque, Don Beltran de la Cueva. Since more than 500 years, the estate is used as a hunting ground for big game and small game, as well as a hideaway for noble and royal guests.
The estate includes the historical „Palace of La Serreta“ with a living area of 1,039 square meters and a total of eight bedrooms (all including bath), a guest house with a size of 280 square meters and five bedrooms (all including bath) and in the garden the San Antonio chapel from the 15th century. The estate has been renovated by its present owner with the utmost regard on the historic structures and details. The main house and the guest house offer its residents all comfort of a modern apartment house.
At 600 hectare corral land, La Serreta offers absolute privacy and an incomparable nature experience. Surrounded by a large 37,000 hectare national forest which is in a nature conversation area, the estate is unique in Europe.
Currently, about 100 American Quarter Horses are held on the area. The horses are mainly from own breeding and are trained and afterwards they are sold. In addition, polo ponies are breed in La Serreta and set here for the winter months.
Prize: 19.000.000 EUR
The historic hunting lodge La Serreta is marketed by Engel & Völkers. For more information please write to:
Christoph von Schenck, Engel & Völkers, Business area Schlösser & Herrenhäuser, HMM Heritage Media & Marketing GmbH cooperation partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH
email@example.com or call +49-40-411257257, E&V ID W-01HP77