House from the beginning of the 17th century, restored by the heir and current owner in 1989. The house is in perfect condition, the restoration was made with stone walls from local quarries, giving it a palatial appearance. It has 3 heights formed by comfortable and spacious mezzanines. At street level, a small hall with Nasrid-style clay flooring and Sevillian tiles on the walls, from here we access the 21m2 hall with the same flooring and which serves as a distributor for the house. From here you enter the kitchen, living room, main room and exit to the porch with pool. A first mezzanine that gives access to a large living room of 47 m2 perfectly decorated A second mezzanine with a distributor of access to 3 bedrooms and a bathroom, in the main bathroom. After 78 more steps, you access a complete 47 m2 apartment with high, sloping ceilings supported by exposed wooden beams and finished with reeds looking for a comfortable rustic style, it is a really special space. To finish, we go up another to another mezzanine and arrive at a distributor that gives access to another room, a laundry room and access to 2 terraces. Many details make this house interesting, the flooring, the tiles, doors and decoration, make you feel in a unique space, with a very comfortable distribution with unobstructed views of the valley and with absolute independence. This particular house is located in Sierra Magina in the municipality of Pegalajar, known for its mysterious caves, for its flamenco singing festival and for its southern location within the Sierra. A friendly and open population for its centuries of history.