Hacienda Casa Alegre, Palomares del Río, Seville. REF:4107REF: 4107.



Fabulous olive grove hacienda whose origins date back to the seventeenth century and probably belonged to the Count of Casa Alegre.

The building, whose main entrance arch is flanked by two cannons, on a plot of ten thousand square meters, has different spaces built around a very large central courtyard, among which are the manor, the house for the foreman and several perfectly preserved ships, some enabled as lounges.

Following the main courtyard there is a large garden with a swimming pool, old stables, warehouses and three old oil mills. The oldest of these mills, dated 1812, has a counterweight tower. The second of them is of neoclassical style with a triangular pediment. The third, the most recent, is considered one of the constructive jewels of the nineteenth century in the Aljarafe, was built in 1881 and has a tower topped with a hexagonal spire.

The manor and the main front of the estate would be rebuilt in the early twentieth century and have forms and decoration mixture of neoclassicism and Sevillian regionalist architecture.

The possibilities are enormous, given that the estate has an unexhausted buildable area of close to 6,000 square meters and alternative uses such as hotels.

There is an urban planning project for the possible construction of 29 homes.