Unlike the other mansions that CenArte works with, this house does not follow the typical Sevillian pattern of a central courtyard with adjacent rooms. Instead, the front of the building sports a large garden and pool area. Inside the house itself guests will find a number of lofty halls, and other smaller rooms which can serve a variety of functions.
This palatial home is set on one of the avenues most associated with the 1929 Ibero-American Expo, in a residential zone of Seville traditionally occupied by the city´s governing classes – the neighbourhood still retains a decidedly stately atmosphere.
<strong>This venue is ideal for cocktail events, as well as business meetings or presentations, but could also be used for more intimate events: a brunch by the pool, or serve to host clients overnight. </strong>