The Fuente Techada farm is located at the foot of the Guadarrama Natural Park, in the municipality of Sotosalbos. It has 11 hectares abundantly wooded by ash and oaks, a lagoon of 2.500m2, and is crossed by two streams. Its unparalleled views of the Sierra de Guadarrama, with the Romanesque church of San Miguel de Sotosalbos and the Cistercian monastery of Santa María de la Sierra in the background, make this place a paradise for rest and enjoyment of nature.
Fuente Techada is the result of years of hope for living in the countryside and to share a unique, beautiful and comfortable home with other people who love beauty, art and nature. We welcome all those who appreciate silence, simplicity, or even want to make new friends in an interesting gathering.
The house revolves around a small covered patio, full of plants and surrounded by a luminous gallery. It has a living room with library to be, enjoy the fireplace, listen to music, read, a room for activities and celebrations, with a capacity for 20 people and a third games room. The outdoor area is crowned by a magnificent wooden porch with unparalleled views, integrated into the countryside.
The construction has been carried out trying to maximize the sustainability, and the recovery of materials from old buildings. It is interesting to see how elements of old buildings have been recycled, such as the windows of the original O'Donell maternity in Madrid, the interior doors come from houses in the neighborhoods of Salamanca and Chamberí in Madrid, some of the Casita del Príncipe de La Farm, the ironworks, from here and there, the sidewalk, the promenade of the Island of Burgos, .. the beams of the porches of the disappeared monastery of La Laura (17th century) of Valladolid, supported by the right feet from the rehabilitation of the Tío Pepe building of the Puerta del Sol in Madrid and by beams of elm and juniper from old portals in the area.
With the same affection the farm has been taken care of, recovering ash and oak trees, planting oaks, strawberry trees, hazel trees, sour cherries, holly trees, ... in order to provide food mainly for birds. Sheep, horses and the Malva burrita are responsible for maintaining the vegetation where the mower does not reach.