Good Thursday morning! Canary Islands! A picturesque home on the island of El Hierro with panoramic views, surrounded by natural beauty.
El Hierro is the farthest west of all the Canary Islands and has been designated as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve for its stunning geology, flora, and fauna. It is volcanic and sharply mountainous, with the last eruption recorded in 1793. The temperate weather is consistently sunny and dry year round. This property would be a magnificent escape.
The house has been built from ancient ruins and maintains all the essence of the traditional architecture of this beautiful island; volcanic stone and noble wood are the most significant building materials. Home. measuring 133 m², it overlooks the immense ocean as if it were a large natural balcony. The property has a flat plot of 1,178 m², designed as a terrace overlooking the immense Atlantic Ocean; It is located in a privileged environment: a slope on the north coast of this unique island, the smallest in the Canary archipelago. There are 3 buildings that are distributed around an open terrace, the main building houses the living room and a bedroom with a bathroom, the kitchen is attached and in another building, there is a second bedroom with a bathroom and a storage room. The distribution tries to give prominence to the outdoor spaces, which can be enjoyed at any time, thanks to the excellent climate of the island. It has electricity and mains water, septic tank, TV and mobile coverage. El Hierro is a dream island that enjoys calm and harmony throughout its territory. It is recognized by Unesco as a Biosphere Reserve for its unmatched natural, scenic and cultural values. Communication with the outside world is done through its port (daily ferry to Tenerife) and its airport (daily flights with Tenerife and Gran Canaria). It has all the basic services: hospital, health centers, teaching centers, various administrative centers, museums, public transport, etc.