The property lies on 13 hectares—over thirty acres—of prime agricultural land with its own spring and river.
The location is strategic. You may be in the countryside yet the ranch is close to EVERYTHING.
The property is just minutes off the Ruta 8 highway. It takes just 30 minutes to drive to the international airport to the west and to the east, at the same distance, lie the sierras of Lavalleja—rugged rocky hill country which reminds my mum of Greece. Driving south you reach the deserted beaches of Uruguay’s ‘Gold Coast’ in just fifteen minutes. Right next door lies a small discrete boutique winery run by one of Uruguay’s most charming wine-makers.
Up until a few years ago, the ranch was a well-known centre for equine-therapy with over thirty horses. Nowadays the remaining handful of horses, which include prize-winning Appaloosa, are retired and the owners hope that the new owner will be delighted for them to continue to graze the grounds.