This is the perfect place to own a family villa at the foot of the Andes and in the heart of Ruta del Vino (path of wine). The land is 4,900 sqm and already has a modern 230 sqm property built to 60% completion. It is an antiseismic property where all the big construction has been done and the buyer can modify it easily to their own taste.
The land has three-phase electricity and water and has an irrigation permit. There is the potential to build a boutique cabin complex, a restaurant or to plant your own vineyard. It is close to renowned international wine cellars, vineyards and tourist attractions including the Bodega Altos de Altamira, Cerveceria Himmel, Bodega Monteviejo, Clos de Los 7, Claroscuro Bodega de Arte, Vias Zucardi, Bodega Gimenez Rilli and Manzano Historico.
This building is a 2-storey villa with a unique view of the Andes Mountains. The materials used in the building are of top quality with 16.5 m x 7 m x 26 m solid bricks, a concrete floor and roof with wood tyranny, machimbre wood, perlite styrofoam and asphalt membrane (hidden roof).
At the front, there is a gallery of 2.75 m x 10.3 m and the ground floor comprises:
- Open plan living area with fireplace 12 m x 5 m
- Kitchen 3.7 m x 3.4 m
- Bathroom 3 m x 1.3 m
- Guest bedroom or study 4.1 m x 3.78 m
The first floor has:
- Master bedroom with fireplace 6.20 m x 5.15 m
- Dressing room 3.7 m x 1.68 m
- En-suite bathroom 3 m x 2.70m
- Terrace 10 m x 2.75 m with views of the Andes
- 2 bedrooms 4 m x 4 m
- Bathroom of 1.7 m x 3.2 m
Vista Flores is a wine-growing area in the Uco Valley with vineyards running along the eastern edge of the Andes Mountains and the Tunuyan River that flows just south of the area. The high-altitude territory with the intensity of sunlight produces red wines made from Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec and Syrah. The overall climate of Vista Flores is dry and desert-like with a low level of rainfall that is desirable for high-quality wine production.
There are many activities in the area to suit everyone such as horseback trips
across the Andes into Chile, river rafting, a spa day at the Termas de Cachueta, hiking in the Andes, visiting the beautiful lagoons, bike tours through the vineyards, wine tours or just enjoy a long, leisurely lunch at one of the Bodegas and five-star restaurants in the area.
Mendoza's wine industry has been expanding for twenty years and this growth is turning Mendoza into one of the most desirable travel destinations in the world. There has been a 10% rise in visitors every year who, not only enjoy the wine but, love the breathtaking landscape and invest in a second home.