"In the Villa de Pravia, magnificent house of Indians, known as "FLORENCIO GARCÍA OF NOCEDA". The house presides over a majestic staircase leading to the entrance of the main facade. For this access there is a large hall which distributes to the left; living and dining room with fireplace and access to the rear garden. In front a cleaning service for the ground floor. Right: office with large windows, another room with access to the rear garden and the basement of the house. From this room there is access to another wing of the house through the kitchen, with an impressive bell jar, filled with light by the orientation and arrangement thereof. Next to the kitchen, a pantry with a capacity to serve the house. Bathroom and laundry room. Younger also have their space with a large game room from which you can access the garden. From the game room, there is access to a lower floor where there is a basement for wine cellars and boiler heating. Access to the first floor is by an imposing wooden staircase with iron balustrade and wooden handrail. On the first floor there is a hall with three double bedrooms (1 with a glazed veranda overlooking the main facade, the other with access to a conservatory overlooking the garden of the rear) and a bathroom with the charm according to the construction of the access época. The left wing of the house is through a cozy living room to enjoy the rest area of the bedrooms. From the living room, we come back to a glass gallery overlooking the back garden that leads to two large bedrooms that have both south-north orientation. Special mention deserves a fourth zone intended for washing, ironing and drying clothes has an art deco glass window that occupies the front of the room. On the third floor, with sloping ceilings; distributor hall to three bedrooms and a bathroom. The house is built on a landscaped with decorative trees and a large lime tree that precedes the facade of service. Gardens with beautiful coves and recreational space familiar. The chalet style is eclectic, being composed of two bodies joined L-shaped, drawing attention to the decoration of the facade and semicircular staircase. ".