Stunning 4 Bedroom Property in Tarragona, SpainThis property includes 4 bedrooms with 5 beds and 4 bathroomsThe property also includes a private pool, it is 515 square metres, single floor, furthermore a storehouse of 70 sq. metre, a garage of 70 sq. metre.The property also includes views of the Countryside, Town (with a vineyard in between) and Santa Oliva’s castle from the courtyard/patio.Originally constructed during the midst of the 1700s, it was reformed in the year 1997. Located in the outskirts of the municipality of Santa Oliva. 50 minutes from Barcelona and 35 minutes from the Prat Airport. The principal house includes 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, office kitchen, and a dining room with an adjoined living room, a second living room, library/gym and a stockroom. Furthermore, there is a wine cellar from the original construction.The patio is of roughly 2000 metres square and has an overflowing swimming pool, a greenhouse with automatic sprinklers, a pool maintenance house, a private well and a porch with a brick barbecue grill and kitchenette. The main entrance to the house is 7 metres tall, it is located in the patio.Furthermore there is a garage with space for two cars, and a storehouse with water and electricity access that stand as independent edifications. Lastly, the original building remains, and it offers the possibility of a renovation. it has three floors, it is separate from the already reformed main house.it is ideal for the inclusion of a second set of living quarters, thus offering the possibility of having a guesthouse. This all offers options for a hotel, restaurant, rural house or house. The house is equipped with a fireplace, A/C, heating, bulletproof windows, a security system and 1000 metres of exterior green areas, which can be converted into gardens.About the area:Tarragona is a port city located in northeast Spain on the Costa Daurada by the Mediterranean Sea.it is the capital of the Province of Tarragona, and part of Tarragones and Catalonia. Geographically, it is bordered on the north by the Province of Barcelona and the Province of Lleida.in this sparkling port city, Roman history collides with beaches, nightlife and a food scene that perfumes the air with freshly grilled seafood.The biggest lure is the wealth of ruins in Spain’s second most important Roman site, including mosaic-packed museums and a seaside amphitheatre.