Viña Gisbert is a modern and historic country house located in Andújar (Jaén) in the heart of Sierra Morena. It is located 3 hours by car from Madrid Airport and 1 hour from the AVE train station in Córdoba.
It was built in 1932 on a plot of 9,700 m2, surrounded by the typical trees existing in Sierra Morena.
The house has 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen and garage. The house has electricity and water. There are 2 water wells.
It is the perfect place to enjoy the tranquillity and beauty of Sierra Morena.
Viña Gisbert is a property listed as generic, and collectively registered as such in the General Catalogue of Andalusian Historical Heritage.
In 1932, the construction master José Corbella Pené was commissioned to project in the Sierra Morena, an area of the current Natural Park of the Sierra de Andújar, a country house or vineyard for Plácido Gisbert, president of the Local Board of Employers of Andújar, which is concluded in 1934.
Corbella, inspired by the experiences and models disclosed by the German architecture magazines, designed a single-family house of second residence in the form of a cubic building - influenced by the Müller House by Adolf Loos (1930) -, of functional-rationalist style stripped of all ornamental accessories, with the characteristic horizontal bent windows and metal or boat tube railings.
The different spaces are designed around the staircase, which occupies the centre of the floor, abounding in the dynamic concept of space. The volumes are shown with cleanliness on the outside, freely configuring pure, straight and curved shapes, open spaces or terraces, sometimes in a voluntarily asymmetric massif and hollow composition in overlapping plants, as in the main facade.
- Type de bien
- Manoir/Maison de maître
- Siège de Pays
- Taille HA ou Juridique
- Terrain 0-1 HA
- Terrain de (m2)
- 9 700 m²
- Surface habitable (m2)
- 220 m²
Description de la chambre
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