Probably the most recognisable residential building in the city, held in great affection by the locals, friends and clients of VP who live in this magnificent neighbourhood. Apartments for sale here are scarce and usually top secret so just a few pictures of it’s impressive architecture and some interesting facts about its origins.. . Originally intended to be social housing for the needy, the Finca Roja was built between 1929 and 1934 and the use of bricks, bow windows and rounded shapes owes its style to Dutch architecture known as Amsterdam School. Turquoise green ceramics and tiles contrast with the Rationalist red brick facade and it was one of the first buildings to incorporate Persian Blinds, the eight towers on its four corners designed to be water deposits were never put to use.. . Six floors, and 14 separate patio entrances service an impressive total of 378 apartments, the common courtyard was initially conceived to provide basic shops, bakery, kiosks and services in this once isolated location has now made way for a quiet oasis for its inhabitants. . . Now you can tell your friends all about it and you’ll look really clever, the direct translation also means The Red Farm, which sounds a bit pathetic so i consulted with a New Yorker and we’ve decided to call it Valencia’s Dakota. Shout out to Superflans, mad props yo.. . More than 200M2 of apartment with 7! Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Living room and kitchen with high ceilings, hydraulic press ceramic floors, original mobile pine windows and a chance to become a resident in one of the great buildings in Valencia.
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