This seven-bedroom, semi-detached home with a large garden dates back to the 1930s and is listed as being of architectural interest by Las Palmas city. The facade is eclectic in style with the front entrance and porch showing elements of neo-Mudejar and neo-classical architecture.
The home is laid out on three floors plus a large roof with views of Tafira and down to Las Palmas city and the sea. The ground floor consists of a large reception room, open plan kitchen and living room, spacious bathroom and two bedrooms, one currently used as an office. All rooms have high ceilings and large windows making them cool and bright.
Access to the first floor is via a wide staircase with period iron bannister. The first floor has four bedrooms including a master bedroom with two balconies, a bathroom, and a living room, again with high ceilings. The top floor has one large room that would make an excellent office, home-gym or studio, plus access to the extensive roof terrace.
This Tafira Alta property also includes a flat garden on three sides with lawn area, and a parking garage or storeroom separate from the house. The floors throughout the property are of period white marble tiles which add to the sense of space and serenity.
Located in the suburban area of Tafira Alta on the outskirts of Las Palmas city within easy reach of the Botanical Gardens, the university campus, and the nearby towns of Monte Lentiscal and Santa Brigida. Tafira Alta is also linked to downtown Las Palmas by public transport and is less than 10 minutes drive from anywhere in the city.
With a total of seven bedrooms, this charming period property would make an exceptional family home thanks to its generous, bright bedrooms, high ceilings and ample living space. This home has charm and character and is a must-visit for anyone who dreams of living in a period-property.
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