"History and common sense have wished that the house still idly at home, (in spite of urbanization and new construction) emerged as the oldest building in the area, a symbol of what was the Finca La Vi˝uela, the time of the cultivation of vines and olives."
This rural village located on the Finca La Vi˝uela, dating back to mid-twentieth century, constructed by desire Antonio Coronado, barn and shed, straw, and to house animals. In the 70 years after his death, he ceased to cultivate the land and the house was left in abeyance. Thereafter it became used to store hay and shelter for some animals. Once partitioned the estate among the heirs, the house passed into the hands of Mary, daughter of Antonio Coronado.
Subsequently, over the years, the area of field that surrounds the rural village was surrounded and conditioned, delimiting levels with stone walls, planting grass, and building a fence andalusia olive stones, among others.
The lemon trees were transplanted from a bench that existed below the rest of pomegranate and fig trees remain in their places forever, like the palm tree was a natural at this point.
As for the town, as seen in old photographs, has the original structure and fašade, retaining walls half a meter thick.
If we look at the floor, just before entering the house, you see that is composed of little stones from the beach, as did so many houses.
What was once a barn for animals today has become a stand for garden tools.
At the start of rehabilitation, there were pressures and attempts by a relative to be broken in the house (as an urban area) but with no success. History and common sense have wished that the house still idly at home, (in spite of urbanization and new construction) emerged as the oldest building in the area, a symbol of what was the Finca La Vi˝uela, the time of the cultivation of vines and olives.
Paradoxically, this family, whose house is adjacent, opted to rehabilitate his own as well (for the administration) that was actually the demolition and new construction that appears next to the house.
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