This house of the seventeenth century belonged to the Navarro de Arzuriaga family who came to have great economic power. The only blue house in the city of Albarracín, and one of the most emblematic and photographed.
The most innovative design inside a 17th century building.
It has tried to take care of even the smallest detail for its presentation as a tourist home.
Distribution and design:
The house is distributed in a living room with open kitchen and terrace, 3 bedrooms and a bathroom. The living room has 2 large sofas and a central design table. From the living room sofas you can contemplate the best panoramic views of the city of Albarracín. The television is embedded in the kitchen bar allowing you to sit on the sofa and watch TV and watch the city of Albarracín from the same place.
The kitchen is fully equipped and has a modern American bar. The house has 3 bedrooms. To emphasize in its design are the tiled in natural leather to match the distributor aisle.
Room 1: master bedroom-suite with double bed. This room offers an additional bed. The room has a desk.
Room 2: double room with 2 beds of 90. This room offers the possibility of becoming triple, or quadruple in the form of a bunk through a novel system. The room also has 2 desks.
Room 3: single room with the possibility of being transformed into a double bunk.
Fourth bathroom of large dimensions.
Ideal for couples, families, groups of friends of eight people + additional bed.
Sheets and towels of first quality.
To emphasize its location within the historic center, the building where it is included, the surroundings, the incredible panoramic views from its terrace and the quality and design in its materials, distribution and finishes.
Legend has it ... that a waiter of the family, in one of the transhumances to Andalusia, fell in love with a young girl from La Carolina (Jaén) and promised that if she married him, she would not miss her land. It is like the story of the hanging gardens of Babylon that Nebuchadnezzar II built, so that his beloved wife Amytis would not miss the mountains of his land. Well, this gentleman did the same, remodeled the house, filled it with geraniums, put Andalusian bars in the windows and painted it with lime and azuleite, as it was then in Andalusia ... and they lived happily very very happy.