A grand dwelling that has transcended decades of time enriching itself with the events of history it has witnessed, while remaining firm and proud as it contemplates the timeless beauty of sky, sea and land. Erected in 1935 at the top of a beautiful and secluded hill in a coastal rural area as the residence and business headquarter of a sugar cane plantation owner, it commands a stunning view of all its surroundings. The Art Deco, traditional Spanish and local styles merge seamlessly and harmoniously reflecting high quality details every where you look. The residence immediately became known as "El Castillo" (The Castle) because of its impressive positioning in the peak of the hill and its authoritative projection given its size and particularly its central tower height. The immediate vicinity of the subject is mainly vacant land. A small seaport and some industrial facilities, most which are not in operation, are closely located. Although very private, highway PR2 is accesible in less than five minutes from the property and Ponce --PR's second biggest city-- is just some 15 minutes away. The house gross building area has 16,268sf, divided in 6,784 of gross living area; 6,932sf. of open areas including porches and terraces; and 2,552sf. of basement or lower level areas. The property is in good conditions, but it is ready for a 21st century update! It can either reclaim its original splendor as a private residence, or can be easily transform into a hospitality facility as a small hotel or guest house.