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My 500 year old Barrio Santa Cruz house project

مضيف متميزإشبيلية وأندلوسيا وإسبانيا
تتم الاستضافة في فيلا كاملة بواسطة Juan Carlos
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This is a 500 year old house that I have been working on myself. From the floor to the roof. Everything is made by hand by me (doors windows tables beds etc etc) I have tried to make it with reused woods, metals, tiles etc.
If you are interested in more info about the designs I have done to the house please read below and check out my instagram. Instagram: @juancarloscoquerel (all photos tagged with #jccoquerel and #juancarloscoquerel are my listings and designs)

المسكن
I like to make beautiful spaces. There is not one specific way for something to be beautiful. When I first got this place, I felt like it was already a beauty, but it was covered up pretending to be something it was not. For many years, people who were here did not respect what it was. So I began to do what I felt the house asked for, which was not to try to be something it is not, but to accept what it is. And what it is is a 500-year-old house that is proud and comfortable with itself. "I am old and I don’t want to change or try to be something I am not. Don’t make me new. Make me real,” the house said to me. So a relationship began. “What do you want?” I would ask, and it told. Sometimes we would fight. Sometimes we laughed. Sometimes it seemed like we would never get along. But we never quit, and we bonded and became friends.

Bedroom 1: I created this room with decorative elements I collected and made from pieces around the house. The archway over the bed is made with tiles I salvaged from floors and walls — some 100 years old. All the wooden elements I made by hand — the doors above the bed, the blue window panes and their enclosures, the base that the bed rests on. These were made with spare boards laying about that I put together like puzzle pieces. The room is filled with little surprises — tabletops that pull out from the side of the bed like nightstands, cubby holes and giant under-the-bed drawers that I created to perfectly fit any size of suitcase, a nook in the wall for candles and herb-infused water, a Moroccan light that fills the room with a kaleidoscope of color at night.

Bedroom 2: I wanted this room to feel luxurious, like a romantic getaway with beautiful details. The sleeping area is tucked away behind a wall of white curtains that you can close to create the feel of even more privacy. You enter the bed by stepping onto a tiered mosaic platform, which I created with bits of broken tiles that I kept as I remade the house. The bed, when you lie down, you sink into a cushion of pillows — some goose down, some memory foam. The windows I made by hand, and when you open them, you look down into the courtyard garden and hear the birds chirping. The window seat doubles as a chest, where you can store your luggage, and a closet has been cut into the thick, 500-year-old stone walls — all created by hand.

Bedroom 3: This is the only room that looks out onto the narrow cobblestone paths of Santa Cruz. Open just the windows for a little sunlight, or the full french doors for Sevilla’s famous orange-blossom-scented breezes, then lie in bed and look out onto the balcony and the historical street below. The beds hang from the stone walls, each on a platform big enough for keeping a book or a glass of water by your side. You reach the top bunk from a ladder I made from spare scraps of wood I had left from the reconstruction. The floor is finished with an outline of tiles taken from another area of the house. There is room under the bed for storing luggage and a desk for your convenience.

Bedroom 4: This 3rd floor studio is entirely private, just for you, and does not have to be shared with anyone if you want extra privacy or it can function as just another bedroom. You walk through the courtyard and up the stairs to arrive at a door that only you have the key to. You have your own space with bedroom, bathroom, and kitchenette consisting of a small fridge, microwave, and single burner stove. You have basic pots and pans for making small quick meals, as well as plates, cups, utensils, and a coffee maker. Everything you see here has been handmade, from the cooking area, to the table and stools, to the hanging bed, and even the windows.

إمكانية وصول الضيف
The house is three stories of 500-year old Spanish history and is open air in all the common areas. Sit in the courtyard garden and enjoy your tea or coffee while listening to the trickle of the fountain. Relax in a shady nook and read a book or write a postcard. Enjoy a restful bath with candles and bath salts after a long day exploring the town. Cook a meal in the rustic style, well-equipped kitchen. Take in the beautiful sunshine and orange-blossom-scented air of Sevilla on the rooftop terrace. The whole house is yours to explore and enjoy.

When you book the entire house, you will have unlimited access to:
bedroom 1 (queen bed)
bedroom 2 (queen bed)
bedroom 3 (2 twin beds)
bedroom 4 (1 king bed)
2 full bathrooms
kitchen (with gas stove, oven, microwave, coffee maker, tea pot, pots & pans)
dining & lounge area
courtyard garden
2nd floor reading nook
rooftop terrace

أشياء أخرى يجب ملاحظتها
Directions to the house :

DRIVING

I'll recommend you a few places and you can decide which one you want with the information given.
I'd suggest to put in your GPS Plaza Santa Cruz to get as close as possible to the house. On the way there you will see advertised an underground parking lot called Jocaral really close to the house, less than 5 minutes walking or so). Is a paid, covered and protected parking garage.
Another option would be Av de Málaga where you will see a small lot with cars parked, the cost is 1€ per stay (usually) but the only downside is that is about 7-10 min walk from the house, if you guys choose this last option I'd suggest to go first to the plaza Santa Cruz and unload the baggages and things like that.

Jocaral
Calle Cano y Cueto, s/n, 41004 Sevilla
954 41 73 35
https://maps.google.com/?cid=13066617076569074748

Parking Puerta De La Carne
41003 Seville

https://goo.gl/maps/m5dSqQwsGZH2

FROM AIRPORT

You can directly take a taxi to the house and it will cost you around 25 € per car and it will take approximately 20 minutes. Please ask the driver to take you to Plaza Santa Cruz as the house is located on a pedestrian street. From Plaza Santa Cruz the house will be 2 minutes walking away. Please use the GPS on your phone as the streets are tiny and is easy to get lost.

*There is also Uber and Cabify. It would use the same directions as the taxi.

Another option from the airport is to take the airport shuttle bus (there’s only one and you will recognize it by the letters EA). The closest bus stop to the house is called Prado de San Sebastian. It will cost around 5 € per person and it will take approximately 30 to 40 minutes bus ride, followed by a 5-10 minutes walk to the house. Please use the GPS on your phone as the streets are tiny and is easy to get lost.

FROM TRAIN STATION

The train station is called Santa Justa and to arrive to the house there’s several options.
You can walk from the train station to the house is going to take you approximately 20 minutes.

The second option is to take a taxi that will take about 10 minutes ride which will cost you around 7-10 € . Please ask the driver to take you to Plaza Santa Cruz as the house is located on a pedestrian street. From Plaza Santa Cruz the house will be 2 minutes walking away. Please use the GPS on your phone as the streets are tiny and is easy to get lost.

*There is also Uber and Cabify. It would use the same directions as the taxi.

The last option from the train station is to take a bus (line 21) to Menendez Pelayo (Puerta de la Carne) bus stop. It will cost you around 1.50 € per person and it will take about 10-15 minutes ride. From the bus stop the house will be 5 minutes away. Please use the GPS on your phone as the streets are tiny and is easy to get lost.
One important thing if you use any bus in Sevilla (and pretty much all over Spain) is that at the stop you have to flag the bus as it won’t stop even if you’re standing there.

FROM BUS STATION

There are 2 main bus stations in Sevilla so depending to which one you arrive the directions will be different.

Prado de San Sebastian bus station

This is the closest bus station and the house will be around 7 minutes walking so I suggest using the GPS on your phone to get to the house as the streets are tiny and is easy to get lost.
Plaza de Armas bus station

You have the option to go walking to the house that it will be around 20 minutes through the city center. I’d suggest using the GPS on your phone as the streets are tiny and is easy to get lost.

The second option it would be taking a taxi that will take 10 to 15 minutes and it will cost you around 7-10 €. Please ask the driver to take you to Plaza Santa Cruz as the house is located on a pedestrian street. From Plaza Santa Cruz the house will be 2 minutes walking away. Please use the GPS on your phone as the streets are tiny and is easy to get lost.

*There is also Uber and Cabify. It would use the same directions as the taxi.

The last option is to take a bus (line 21 or line C4) to Menendez Pelayo (Puerta de la Carne) bus stop. It will cost you around 1.50 € per person and it will take about 15-20 minutes ride. From the bus stop the house will be 5 minutes away. Please use the GPS on your phone as the streets are tiny and is easy to get lost.
One important thing if you use any bus in Sevilla (and pretty much all over Spain) is that at the stop you have to flag the bus as it won’t stop even if you’re standing there.

رقم الرخصة
VFT/SE/05157
This is a 500 year old house that I have been working on myself. From the floor to the roof. Everything is made by hand by me (doors windows tables beds etc etc) I have tried to make it with reused woods, metals, tiles etc.
If you are interested in more info about the designs I have done to the house please read below and check out my instagram. Instagram: @juancarloscoquerel (all photos tagged with #jccoquerel…

ترتيبات النوم

غرفة النوم 1
1 سرير حجم وسط
غرفة النوم 2
1 سرير حجم وسط
غرفة النوم 3
2 أسرّة مفردة
غرفة النوم 4
1 سرير كبير و1 مرتبتان هوائيتان

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If you’re coming to Sevilla to see the city, there is no better place to stay than Santa Cruz. The first time I came to Sevilla, I didn’t know anything about it and I was alone. I found this neighborhood just walking around, and I was amazed. I felt like I wanted the people I knew to see it with me. The streets are so small you spread your arms and touch both sides. You can find small passages where you have to duck down to pass. You can peak into a patio and feel like you’re looking into the past, like you are a time traveler. So many of us have this dream to go explore a place and get lost in a maze of beautiful history, cobblestone streets, old walls with hanging vines. This is it — this is Santa Cruz. If Sevilla were alive — and it is — this is its heart.

From the house, you are a short walk to the major sights and experiences of Sevilla, as well as a mix of tapas bars and restaurants:

Catedral de Sevilla: 4 min walk
Jardines de Murillo: 4 min
Royal Alcazar: 5 min
Museo del Baile Flamenco: 6 min
Alfalfa: 7 min
Iglesia del Salvador: 9 min
Parque Maria Luisa: 10 min
Plaza de Toros: 13 min
Guadalquivir River & Puente de Isabel II: 13 min
Plaza Encarnación: 14 min
La Torre de Oro: 14 min
Plaza de Espana: 15 min
Triana: 17 min
If you’re coming to Sevilla to see the city, there is no better place to stay than Santa Cruz. The first time I came to Sevilla, I didn’t know anything about it and I was alone. I found this neighborhood just w…

الاستضافة بواسطة Juan Carlos

انضم في مارس 2013
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I like making beautiful spaces and, letting people enjoy them. Everyone should read the little prince.
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As much or as little as you like. I’m happy to give you suggestions of my favorite places to visit and restaurants around town. Or have a conversation about anything in general.
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