Finca de 50 Hectareas a 20 Km de Barreal ceca a Cerro Alcazar Calingasta

San Juan - ruta 100
Ubicación de la Propiedad / San Juan - ruta 100


    Calingasta - The Farm is located in the Calingasta Valley, in the locality of Hilario, Province of San Juan, 20 kilometers away from Barreal and, approximately, 1500 meters above sea level. There is a direct access to it from the paved Route No. 412, which connects Barreal with Calingasta.

    In front of the entry to the farm (on its eastern boundary) there is a relevant touristic point: the El Alcazar Mountain, a multiple-color rocky valley in the Andean foothills, with rock formations sculpted by the wind similar to those of the Valle de la Luna, but rather colorful. To its side and behind, the Andean foothills are magnificently displayed, with its mountains in a wide range of tones of brown, ochre, pink, violet and green, which color-schemes change throughout the day depending on the incidence of sunlight.

    That area of the Andean foothills is an ideal place for horse riding or tour visits by car, motorbike or moped, a journey that may reach to the top of the
    Tontal Mountain (of approximately 4000 meters high), with views to the entire Calingasta Valley, the Aconcagua to the south and the valley of the city of San Juan to the east.

    To the opposite direction ?to the west? the majestic Andes Mountain Range can be seen, with its highest 6000-meter peaks (such as the Mercedario Mountain and other peaks of similar hight with their ever ending glaciers), that is to say, a mountain range of only 300 meters lower than the Aconcagua, displayed there in a panoramic view from the Farm.

    There, trips to the Mercedario glaciers, to the Laguna Blanca or to Hornillas can be made so that, once there, horse-tours can be arranged to enter the Andes-mountain range and spend several nights up to the proximity to the limit with Chile, following the steps of the army of the General San Martin in the colonial days.

    For rafting lovers, the Los Patos River offers rapids in a fabulous landscape of sheer red-stone walls, gently flowing afterwards through the entire Calingasta Valley and going along the edge of one of the boundaries of the Farm.

    Another great touristic attraction in the area is the El Leoncito National Park, with its mud pampa ?as flat as asphalt? plowed by land (car) sailing lovers powered by the furious Zonda wind.

    And, in the night, the asteroid observation point offers to know a little more than just stars, as clear as nowhere else due to the lack of light pollution in the area and the scarce clouds in the limpid sky of San Juan.

    Delimiting the Farm towards west, the Los Patos riverside is found, which main branch surrounds the Farm in approximately 500 meters.

    2)Description of the Farm

    2.1. Boundaries, constituting fractions.
    As already mentioned, the Farm boundaries are the following: to the east, the route connecting Barreal with Calingasta, and to the west with the Los Patos River, surrounding the Farm with approximately 500 meters of shore.

    The Farm is comprised by five fractions that, altogether, form a rectangle of almost 50 hectares.

    In the upper part, and close to the route, the old trace of Route No. 412 is found, but it is not used by the public since it leads to anywhere as it does not end in a new trace; nowadays, it is an internal road of the Farm. The Farm has full wire fencing.

    2.2 The slopes and their use
    From the east boundary (over the route) the Farm expands towards west in a slope until the boundary with the shore of the Los Patos River. There are three differentiated levels:

    (a)in the upper part (to the east and bordering the route) the area of dwellings, fruit trees, an ancient grove, the vineyard and part of the alfalfa; this part is a type of balcony with a privileged view over the rest of the Farm which descends to the Los Patos River [Note: this upper part is approximately one third of the Farm];

    (b) this is followed towards west by a few meters high ravine, at which foot water flows are originated with the natural forest of willow trees, poplars, blackberries and also palm trees; in addition, in this intermediate area alfalfa is grown in the open fields, apart from the "islands" between the streams arising from natural springs, these "islands" do not have crops but are perfectly weeded out with pasture of bentgrass [Note: this whole area devoted to the alfalfa crop, "islands" and area of water flows constitute approximately another one third of the Farm].

    (c)the remaining one third which follows west (up to the Los Patos riverside) is not currently farmed, but which is land fully suitable for farming and, in the past, potato, onion, sweet pepper and other crops were grown.

    2.3 Water resources
    The following water resources are present in the Farm:

    (a)Tap water provided by the OSSE (public utility company) network (a connection from the route).

    (b)Water rights for irrigation (Hidraulica de San Juan) over the canal passing through the Farm equivalent in liters to approximately 10 hectares of crop or more (that will depend on the crop and the frequency of its irrigation).

    (c)Springs: in the Farm itself clear underground water flows originate, forming stream beds going through part of the Farm and at which edge forests of willow trees, poplars and blackberries have grown, providing protection against the sun and creating a fresh and different landscape. Water intakes have been constructed (by sprinkler pumps) in the ponds where the flows originate, with them two irrigation reservoirs can be sourced for crops, water which, due to its cleanliness, is also used for domestic use, swimming pool and sprinkler nozzle for irrigation close to the dwellings.

    (d)Water Well: located in an underground river in an area close to the flows so that a drilling can be made there (with a possible relevant authorization by the water company Aguas Subterraneas de San Juan).

    2.4 Existing crops, plantations
    (a)Vineyards: 2 hectares with Syrah fine varietals (approx. 46 %), Malbec (approx. 48 %) and Merlot (approx. 6 %); original plantation of 2009 and partial replanting (to complete clearings) in 2014. Grapes annually harvested are processed in a nearby farm, 5 kilometers away (Alta Bonanza de los Andes) which enologist is also an advisor of Tierra Calma Farm. The resulting wine (traded under the name "Tierra Calma") has been awarded with a "silver medal" at the National Wine Tasting of San Juan Enologists in 2013 and 2014 [Cata Nacional de Enologos de San Juan].
    (b)Olive trees: in the park area neighboring the main house: 25 olive trees of more than 50 years (in production of olives for oil and food).
    (c)Chestnuts: 7 huge aged trees (more than 50 years old) in park area (in production).
    (d)Apple trees: more than 20 aged apple trees (in production).
    (e)Various fruit trees: plum trees, apricot trees, peach trees, quince trees.
    (f)Alfalfa: approx. 10 hectares of alfalfa Monarca (in production of bundles for sale at the place).
    (g)Park: large park perfectly weeded out (of more than 4 hectares) with fruit trees, olive trees, aged eucalyptus trees, casuarina, willow trees, poplars, sweet pepper and several species (including palm trees).
    (h)Natural forest of willow trees and varied trees in the water flows area; an area of pure chanares (Geoffroea decorticans) also.

    2.5 Dwellings
    (a)House in the entrance with warehouse:
    It has a total of approximately 184 square meters divided into two modules:
    (i) dwelling house with top quality construction (earthquake resistant structure, concrete beam, brick walls, with external whitewash made with adobe for decorative purposes) fully equipped, with security alarm, electrical heating and also wood-burning stove, great room, kitchen, 1 bathroom, 2 spacious bedrooms, veranda, barbecue grill and wood-fired oven;
    (ii) warehouse for tractor and machinery (of like construction conditions) with spacious utility room/warehouse, with kitchen and laundry place, a spacious additional room to be used as a bedroom or warehouse, bathroom).The design of this unit is alluring, thus resulting in a building not merely for storing purposes, but rather a pleasing construction in harmony with the setting.

    (b)Main house:
    Very comfortable house of approximately 172 square meters with a spacious surrounding veranda, top quality construction with fine decorative details, surrounded by trees, a beautiful view to the park and mountain range, aluminum double glass exterior openings and tilt and turn windows, interior doors made with reclaimed lumber, interior roof made with spruce wood, kitchen counter, bar top and bathrooms made with spruce wood, interior limestone flooring and white flooring in veranda, white travertine floor in sun parlor and swimming pool built with covering in ceramic vitreous tiles (2x12 meter swimming pool), security alarm, electrical heating and big wood-burning stove/chimney, vintage-like wooden ceiling fan. The house is fully furnished with top quality elements and furniture, with a spacious living room and dining room, bar top area, kitchen, two spacious bedrooms with very good en-suite bathrooms; out-door barbecue grill including a wood-fired oven, two water heaters, hydropneumatic tank and room for storing.
    (c)Original external whitewash made with adobe (to be recycled): house with 4 rooms.

    3)Potential use of the Farm
    The Farm is an oasis for those who love nature and tranquility, an individual or family refuge. But it also allows for its farming exploitation, without it affecting the former. In addition to that, and considering its location, its varied internal and surrounding landscape, the quality and comforts in the constructions, the fact of having its own vineyard with a very good wine and the growing hotel industry in vineyards/wineries, an ideal use of this property may be the touristic activity. The place is suitable for the construction of additional modules of dwelling houses and/or guest rooms in different places of the farm. It is worth highlighting that Barreal has a high affluence of foreign and national tourists, with only few first class accommodations. The Tierra Calma Farm may be added to the first class group, but offering something different and broader: the opportunity of a visit/stay in a whole farm (not only in a lodging room) with its own vineyard and wine, features lacking in any other accommodation in the area and that, plus the landscape, make it one of a kind.

    La finca se encuentra en el Valle de Calingasta, en la localidad de Hilario, Provincia de San Juan, a 20 km de Barreal y aproximadamente a 1500 metros sobre el nivel del mar. Se accede a la misma directamente desde la ruta pavimentada N

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