INDEPENDENT HOUSE WITH GARDEN
BIG HOUSE WITH GARDEN IN LA MINA - PUENTE ARCE
In the select residential area of La Mina, in a natural enclave, twelve minutes from Santander and just a few km from the beaches of Mogro and Liencres, we find this magnificent property surrounded by a wonderful garden facing south, which has an extension of more than 1500 square meters, with an impressive diversity of fruit trees. A construction of high quality, with an author's design that combines timelessness with space and luminosity.
A living room with classic style, which gives it a noble air, becomes the jewel of the main floor of the house, where you can spend wonderful evenings with friends and family by the fireplace. You will fall in love with its spectacular glassed-in porch through which you can access the green and lush garden, an architectural reference that gives the house a special charm.
The upper floor consists of several rooms, three of them have a large terrace facing south, from where you can enjoy the beauty of the landscape, the mountains and clear days of the Picos de Europa.
Garage with capacity for three vehicles and a basement with the dimensions of the domestic sphere.
A house with its own personality, built with excellent qualities and located in an impressive natural habitat that is part of the most beautiful and elegant towns of the Cantabrian coast.
- Type of propertyINDEPENDENT HOUSE WITH GARDEN
- Living area / Built610 m2 / 760 m2
- Plot surface1640 m2
- Bedrooms6 bedrooms
- Bathrooms5 bathrooms
- Toilets1 toilets
Location and its
Arce or Puente Arce is a town in the municipality of Piélagos (Cantabria, Spain). The town is forty meters above sea level, and seven miles from the municipal capital, just twelve minutes by car from Santander and several miles from its nearest beach in Mogro, Usil beach, fifteen minutes scarce of the Natural Park of the Dunes of Liencres and the beaches of the famous Costa Quebrada.
The Mine is a neighborhood in which high-end properties are located. In 1822 it was constituted in town hall, but in 1835 it was integrated in the current municipality of Piélagos, to which it belongs.
From this place was the Benedictine monk Francisco de la Sota (1615-1680), an important historian of the time.
The name of the town comes from its bridge of the sixteenth century, declared an Asset of Cultural Interest.