We present an extraordinary estate from the period, designed by Domènec Sugrañes i Gras, an architect who collaborated with Antoni Gaudí in the construction of La Pedrera and the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. Located in Valldoreix, a residential area of Sant Cugat del Vallès, with an impressive corner garden featuring fruit trees and a swimming pool. Its architectural sensitivity is reflected in the interior of the house and the exterior facade of red ornamental stone, reminiscent of an enchanted fairy-tale house. Therefore, it is known as "the chocolate house" in the municipal catalogue and is a building declared a Cultural Heritage of local interest.
The estate has two accesses to different streets; from one of the entrances, you reach the main floor, while from the other, you access the garden and pool area. The house has 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, an office kitchen with an adjoining dining area. With 347 m² of living space and 1,417 m² of land, it is distributed in a large garden with a pool and various annexes to the outdoor space. On the garden level, there is a multipurpose room, three bedrooms, and 1 bathroom, as well as a laundry and ironing area.
Main floor: guest bathroom with bathtub, 1 single room, living room with access to the balcony and garden, kitchen, and dining room. On the first floor: 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. The outdoor space has a storage room and an annex ideal as an office or workshop. The house is located on a corner and has a facade on two streets, with two entrances for vehicles. Capacity for 4-5 cars outside within the perimeter of the estate.