Euroresales Property iD- 9825295On seven hectares in Extremadura, Spain, in the ‘Villuercas-ibores’ mountain range14 km. from the Madrid-Lisbon highway, by Trujillo road to Guadalupe.Very old homes, ships and annexes rehabilitated, in green.Private private road, from the common road, to the farm.Luz, iBERDROLA company. Underground to the farm.Abundant water, both in borehole, and in old well with large spring.Stream channeled with stone wall, very old.Organic olive grove in productionVery nice rainfall and microclimate.Environment and absolute privacy environment, fully guaranteed.Virtually all the Mediterranean flora and fauna, concentrated in a single farm.Discreet neighborhood of the environment, half foreign, between Europeans and Americans.This Area is Famous for its grape and well known quality wines.This Area is also well known for its organic olive oil productioninterior Facilities:7 BedroomsLiving RoomKitchenBathroomsCountryside and Forest ViewsRecently Refurbished and SecuredExterior Facilities:Two WellsLarge GardensForest LocationSmaller Facilities for various purposesAbout the Area:Madronera, near Trujillo is a special micro-climate with particular conditions for the trees in the property to be so old (hundreds of years) and big. The forest is invaluable due to the variety of plants, flowers, birds and centenary trees. The location of Madronera, and Trujillo itself is also important because of the World Heritage Merida Ensemble, Caceres City and Guadalupe’s Monastery. Two National Parks: Monfrague and Villuercas-ibores. Monfrague is even a Biosphere Reserve. The the cities of Plasencia and Trujillo are medieval and quaint. The Location of Madronera is right in the middle of all these. And everything is communicated with modern motorways (except Guadalupe), right in the middle of Madrid-Lisbon motorway (3 hours from Madrid and 3 hours from Lisbon).The province of Caceres is a province of western Spain, and makes up the northern half of the autonomous community of Extremadura. its capital is the city of Caceres. Other cities in the province include Plasencia, Coria, Navalmoral de la Mata and Trujillo, the birthplace of Francisco Pizarro Gonzalez. As of 2014, the province had 408,703 inhabitants, of whom a quarter lived in the capital. The Tagus river runs through the province.The northern natural border of the province is formed by the East-West running Sierra de Gredos which is part of the Sistema Central. The valleys North of Caceres include the Valle del Jerte, the gorges of la Vera, the Ambroz Valley, and Las Hurdes with mountain rivers and natural pools. The southern border consists of the Montes de Toledo. The remainder of the province is a plain, through which the river Tagus and its tributaries run. The mountains are rich in wildlife, and in 1979 a nature park was created at Monfrague.The plain is fertile and irrigation is used to raise cereals, tobacco, tomatoes, peppers and cherries, as well as cattle and pigs as some of the most important agricultural products. The Gabriel y Galan dam one of 3 on the Alagon River produces most of the hydroelectric power for the province.