House with access from the street and parking for two vehicles with direct access to the house.
Upon entering the house, we find a terrace with outdoor furniture and planters with plants and flowers. This terrace gives access to both the entrance of the house and the living room. It also has awnings to protect yourself on summer afternoons.
The entrance hall gives us access to both the living room and kitchen, as well as a courtesy toilet and the access stairs to the garage and upper floor. It is decorated with modern wallpaper and lighting. The kitchen, equipped with all necessary appliances and utensils, has pleasant furnishings with a red granite countertop, large-format matte white tiling and a dining table. From the kitchen we have access to a small private interior terrace. The living room is presented as the great nerve center of the house, where you can meet with friends and enjoy your stay. Its modern furniture is reinforced by an entire facade tile wall, which adds an elegant touch to the space, together with the careful lighting. It has a large chaislonge sofa, an armchair, a large dining table and a smartTV with Netflix and internet.
Going up the stairs to the upper rest floor, we find an imposing painting by the painter Riaño from Avila. Once upstairs we have the three bedrooms and the two bathrooms. The main room, with a large Japanese wardrobe and intimate lighting with three ball lamps that hang on both sides of the king-size bed (2x2), also has a full bathroom en suite. and a wonderful private terrace. The bathroom has a rain shower and an elegant glass sink. The other two rooms share a wonderful bathroom with a bathtub, with a beautiful travertine marble countertop, as well as its walls. In one of the rooms we find 1 family bed and in the other with 2 single beds. Both bedrooms have a large wardrobe.
The entire house has underfloor heating and free Wi-Fi.
The Middle Ages in the Castilian plateau were turbulent in terms of security since, to the attacks of the Muslims who inhabited the southern kingdoms, the disagreements between the kingdom of León and Castile were added.
The apparently impregnable walls of Ávila They could only be defeated with a long siege or by taking advantage of a great carelessness of the defenders. This was the occasion presented to the Muslim battalions: the troops from Ávila had to leave in the direction of the Port of Menga, needing all the men of fighting age, possibly hoping to surprise the attackers. However, they had been deceived and decided to attack the city from another front when they found themselves defenseless. However, before leaving, the brave Jimena Blázquez, the mayor's wife, was appointed governor.
Unaware of this circumstance, the Moors decide to attack the wall. With the first troop movements, Jimena gathers all the women and they dress in warrior clothes, standing in the most visible areas of the wall with lighted torches, shouting and blowing war trumpets. Given the apparent circumstance that Ávila was well defended, the Arabs did not even attempt a siege.
Jimena had saved the city. From this moment on, women from Ávila had the privilege of participating in City Council meetings.