Villas Monsieur and Barones in Montalto, Spain, are a pair of two-story apartments in the northern suburb of Montecristo.
Built in the 1950s, the villas are among the oldest in Spain, dating to the 17th century and being surrounded by a gazebo.
Their modern-day owners, José and Maria Montalvia, were the owners of a real estate company, and have built two other villas.
A recent renovation of the Villas Montecriso and Montalvosó in Barone added a spa and other amenities, and they now offer a range of other amenities.
As for their current residents, José Montalvas says they’re staying put, but he also plans to open another villa in the future.
“I’m not going to stop,” he says.
“My dream is to be a hotelier.
And if I get my way, I will be able to do that.”
The Villas Mondo de los Amigos in Montecraigo, Spain The first villa to open in the city of Monteccristo was built in 1958, and it’s now home to a spa, a cinema, a gym, and an arcade.
Today, the house offers a variety of other functions and amenities.
The other two villas, the Villa de las Pazes in Barones and the Villal, are located in the middle of the city.
Villas Viejas de La Rioja in Barona, Spain Located at the edge of the Spanish capital, Barones, Villas Villa de las Cielos is located in Barón’s historic city center.
Located in the central neighborhood of La Riojas, the four-story villa was built by the Spanish architect Francisco J. Rodríguez, and has a beautiful landscaped courtyard and indoor garden.
The kitchen, guest rooms, and living room offer a number of dining options and other accommodations, and there’s also a gym.
The three other villa buildings, the Villa de la Amigo in Baronyo and the Villa del Amigo, are in Baroni, an area of Barona in central Spain.
Villa del Amigo in Baronia, Spain At the base of a hill, the top floor of the Villa of La Amigo is home to the kitchen and dining room.
The roof deck is open for swimming and yoga.
Villa de los Diamantes in Baró, Spain Built in 1958 in Baron, the second-floor villa of the villa de la Diamantas in Baro is one of the most visited in Spain.
The five-story structure features a terrace with views of the mountains surrounding the city, and is surrounded by gardens.
The terrace and garden are open for sunbathing, hiking, biking, and horseback riding.
Villal de la San Pedro in Barrio, Spain One of the nicest, most spacious villas in Madrid, the San Pedro Villa in Baraños, is surrounded on three sides by gardens and is a perfect location for weddings and other social events.
The villa is also available for private events.
Villes del Valles de los Ciencias in Valladolid, Spain While the Villages Montalvias and Barons in Monteccriso are on the outskirts of Madrid, Villes San Juan and Villes Valles in Valladin are among Spain’s most popular and historic villas—and they’ve been around for over a century.
The Villages San Juan in Vallada del Mar and Villies Valladores in Baras are also among the most popular.
Villages Valladillas and Villages La Ciencia in Valladas de la Cienca, Spain Villages Cienciezes, as the Village is often called, are two of Spain’s oldest and most recognizable villas: a two-storey house built in 1868, and a villa built in 1939.
Both the houses were designed by the architect Miguel de la Rosa.
The modern-era houses have been remodeled and updated since then, and both are currently owned by the Estadio Santander.
Villanel de la Barrera in Madrid Villanels are Spanish-style residences, which can range from two- to four-stories.
The original Villanelle, built in 1889, is now the largest of its kind in the world.
It has two main rooms, which overlook a gondola, a swimming pool, a sauna, and tennis courts.
The main dining area has a bar, a library, and other spaces.
The upper floor has a spa area, and the lower level houses a bar and lounge. Vill