La Victoria Estate is located in the coveted and secluded hills northeast of Cordoba, Argentina. Nestled on 2,800 acres of striking and majestic surroundings, this estate is a private oasis of natural beauty that is steeped in rich Argentinean cultural heritage.
The magnificent Andalusian-style palace on La Victoria Estate features custom-designed architecture with stunning interior archways, columns, terraces, and vaulted ceilings. Porcelain tiles, hardwood and hand-crafted finishes are found throughout this beautiful palace. The Andalusian design is evident in the ornate detail and furnishings that were collected from Morocco, Istanbul, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, India and the United States. The three-story, 10,000-square-foot home has three luxurious en-suite bedrooms, each with its own private terrace. Underfloor radiant heating warms the home in the colder weather. A grand salon, which holds 50 people, is ideal for family gatherings and entertaining.
The Mediterranean villa is perched on an elevated location of the estate. It features two-stories in Arabic style with large terraces on each floor that open to stunning views of the Argentinean countryside. The 3,700-square-foot villa has four bedrooms, each with their own private terraces. It includes a large Argentinean-styled barbecue, a wood burning stove, a basement and a large garage.
The estate contains six more homes and cabins that can be used for family, guests or staff. A combined total of 25 bedrooms can accommodate about 100 people. The estate has a tack house for horses, vegetable garden, greenhouse and dome.
The land on La Victoria Estate is truly magical. Rolling hills are lined with rivers, streams, and mature vegetation. The landscape is covered with large quartz crystals. Pine trees, olive trees, grape vines, and other fruit trees grow in the rich soil. Panoramic views of the San Marcos Sierras provide breathtaking backdrops for the picturesque sunrises and sunsets. Private trails offer spectacular horse-back riding, hiking and bike riding. Flat land is abundant for the addition of a helipad, soccer field and numerous other possibilities. The El Cajon dam, about six miles from La Victoria, offers professional fishing. The sacred Cerro Uritorco, the highest peak of the Sierras Chicas, is also just six miles away. This legendary mountain, which is likened to Sedona, Arizona, is notorious among many international travelers and celebrities for its energy and meditation. Two big-game hunting grounds, open year-round, are located within 125 miles. A private airfield is located within 18 miles of of La Victoria.
La Victoria Estate is located about 60 miles from Cordoba, the second largest city in Argentina. Cordoba is a charming city with significant European influences due to the migration of Europeans in the 19th and 20th centuries. It is a cosmopolitan city that is home to 1.3 million residents. It has trendy restaurants, shops, music and art festivals, small theaters and performance cafes. Cordoba is called, “La Docta,” because of its numerous universities and scientific institutions. About 200,000 students study in Cordoba, making it one of the youngest and liveliest populations in Argentina. Cordoba leads the nation in high-tech software and electronics.