As one of the few family mansions in the Orotava Valley falls, Finca La Zamora falls within a distinct group of large Canary Manors.
As the centrepiece of an immense plantation, surrounded by hectares of lush greeneries, this 1947 historic mansion stands out in the now urbanized area of Los Realejos/Puerto de la Cruz. This remarkable, Neo-Canary styled property boasts its own chapel, large gardens, a tower, a large monumental stone stairway, and a portico with a porch of arches on Tuscan columns.
Today Finca La Zamora is one of the most sought-after Orotave valley spots for wedding celebrations and other group events.
The excellent basalt stonework and tea wood carpentry, combined with traditional Arab gables and the characteristic Canary wooden balcony, are some key elements of this unique architectural epoch that was in swing in the Canary Islands between the 30s and 50s of the last century.
The property has a total of 1.712 m2 of constructed area. There are 12 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms, a heated pool, several gardens and is set in a 29 hectare plantation. There are plenty of sea and mountains views.