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House built on 3 levels on a plot of 472 m2 with a back plot of 100 m2 with its own access. South facing with natural light all day. The house is situated in Guía de Isora which is easily accessible from the old road and from the south motorway. The house has no adjoining neighbours, this is due to the fact that the adjoining house on the right side has been empty for many years and the one on the left side is separated by an outside staircase that connects directly with the centre of the village, specifically with the square and the access to the plot at the back of the house. This plot provides a fourth access to the house at the back where there is a small cave with its own door and key, which is used as a cellar or similar. The legend goes that Princess Isora lived in this cave. From every angle of the house you have a view of the sea and the mountains of Tejina, with views of the coastal villages and the islands of La Gomera, La Palma and El Hierro. The original idea was to create a rural boutique hotel and to build a small solarium with swimming pool in this space, but due to the illness and subsequent death of the owner, the project was never realised. As for the façade, the house includes an automatic garage door, with a municipal parking licence and two main access doors to the house. There are no buildings in front of the house either, hence the sea views and the panoramic views that can be enjoyed from the house. The plot in front of the house is rustic. The house has a total of 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, large living room, fully equipped independent kitchen, 3 massive terraces with sea views, and on the upper floor a nice barbecue area to enjoy with friends, where the large table is covered by a pergola, so you can eat in the shade. On the ground floor there is a double garage and also a large room used as a massive storage room. The house has air conditioning and heating on all floors.