The finca has 17.6 ha (175,958 m2) of rain-fed tillage (formerly cereal, olives, and vineyards) and pine forest, all located in the area called "The Tuscany". There is access to the property from the CV-655 district road, linking Fontanars with Ontinyent.
The property is surrounded by fields and some nearby houses, but it is one of the few rural properties in the area, which remains in tact . At the centre of the property is the main house, a seventeenth century farmhouse, which is located a few meters from the entrance. It is a historic building that has a renovated exterior, so the exterior walls and foundation are in good condition.
The 302m2 two-story house features a ground-floor wood-burning fireplace and a 20m long "cambra", or porch, with magnificent views of the surrounding landscapes. It also has an additional 160m2 in the basement, which boasts a rare eighteenth century wine cellar with 30 large clay storage jars that are buried in the ground, forming two galleries with original half moon shaped arches. Attached to the main house there are two buildings. The first is a charming guest house with a courtyard entrance. It has two floors, each measuring 93m2, with beautiful high wooden ceiling beams in perfect preservation, and two large oak barrels and a magnificent gothic window on the ground floor. The second building is a 77m2 grain storehouse with a newly-built corrugated roof. Near the stately building, there is another 240m2 building designed to mill oil for oil processing.
The farm has a functional potable drinking water pipe fitting right next to the main building, which is hooked up to a 14-meter-deep water well and includes a water pump. There is also an electricity post and electric hook up for the house. In the property deed, there is a “link” part of the estate measuring 27,000 m2, which includes the buildings and arable land, that can be segregated and sold apart from the rest of the farm.