Casa Planoles

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Updated: 04/24/2019

17535 Planoles



Kate Jenner

+34 697 438 978

This house is located in the quiet village of Planoles, province of Girona, between Ribes de Freser and the ski resorts of La Molina and La Masella. A house designed and built by the Catalan architect Josep Maria Saura for his own family. 1974. Materials and finishes of quality, which is perceived when viewing the house. The passage of time has not implied a deterioration of either its interior or its exterior.

It is a plot of 800 m2, of which 250m2 are built on and habitable. On the ground floor there is the living room with a fireplace and generous windows that allow you to enjoy a wonderful view of the mountains, as well as a very pleasant entrance of natural light. The roof of this living / dining room is about 6 meters high, with two subtly differentiated levels. On the same floor, up 3 steps there is a small toilet and the kitchen with marked 70s style. Large with two marked areas: the dining area with table and chairs and a bench, and the cooking / washing area. A corridor leads to the 3 bathrooms and the 4 bedrooms, one of them (at the end of the corridor) is an ensuite. The rooms are of generous size and all of them with windows that overlook the garden and the mountains, so they receive a beautiful natural light. Up some stairs in the main hallway of the house there is an "intermediate" floor with a 2nd smaller living room of about 20 m2 with another circular fireplace and nice views.

On the upper floor there is also a very large 2nd bedroom with ensuite. The house has a generous garage where two cars can be stored. On floor -1 there is a room of about 30 m2 where the washing machine is located. On the same floor -1 there is a small wine cellar of about 10 m2. The house has a garden, the largest plot at the front of the plot, an area of ​​about 100 m2 of lawn.

Main materials: wooden carpentry, parquet and hydraulic floors, the exterior dark slate. The house is raised 1.5 metres from the ground level, to isolate it from humidity and retain heat, being more energy efficient being in a mountain area.