A 180 kms from Madrid, 6 from Roa de Duero and 28 by Aranda de Duero, west direction (Valladolid) La Mambla de la Ribera is located.
The building is located on the main street of the town, access takes place from, the South, to the north where cultivated fields are appreciated in the first instance, buildings belonging to a winery, and recreational spaces. In the middle distance are observed, the Mamblas (mountains that give the town its name) and in the distance Roa and part of the Ribera del Duero.
La Mambla is a Property built in the XIIX century, carved stone facades, equipped with a large gate that gives access to it.
It consists of three heights of more than 100 square meters of surface each, also inside, there is a patio of more than 350 square meter, completely diaphanous, where there is a large almond tree and an apple tree in full production.
All materials used they have been top quality, handled by trained professionals with extensive experience in their profession.
The entire building has been architecturally reinforced, by means of nine iron pillars coated with antioxidant paint distributed in three rows, with reinforced footings from the first floor to the roof.
Three iron beams have been placed on the first and second floors, horizontally distributed, on each of the rows of iron pillars, coated with anti-rust paint, in order to hold the upper heights.
On the third floor, the floor has been consolidated by concreting it with low-density reinforced concrete..
Made of Arabic tile chosen based on its insulating and decorative characteristics, completely clean, underneath this is a layer of Onduline for greater waterproofing inside the building and cooling of the exterior cover, subsequently a layer of rigid insulation has been placed (expanded polystyrene), from 80 mmm thick, in order to isolate thermally and acoustically the interior of the property; Lastly, pine wood covered with long-lasting antibacterial varnish was placed, supported on wooden beams that were originally treated against deterioration..
Both the front and the back face a wooden eaves so that inclement weather does not damage the facade and giving it a differentiating visual appearance..
In these plans we present the distribution and organization of
La Mambla de la Ribera in its entirety so that you can get to know its corners better.