A country estate of rare beauty and architectural integrity.Salto, Argentina.Ensconced within a magnificent 15-hectare, or approximately 37-acre, private park designed by the German landscape architect Otto Becker, this gorgeous residence is a rare jewel in the pampas. Accessed by 4.2 kilometers, or about 2.5 miles, of improved road, the estate is located only 200 kilometers from Buenos Aires. A scenic boulevard lined with palm trees leads to the strikingly original construction, built around the turn of the 20th Century and completely renovated in 2006. This 1,600-square-meter, or roughly 17,222-square-foot, house was built by the prominent Estrugamou family. The Pampa Palace, as it was once called, was envisioned by a famed French architect, who used materials imported from his home-land. A complete restoration project was undertaken between 2001 and 2006, equipping the structure with modern facilities while preserving its original style. The house features seven en suite bed-rooms, four full baths, a home cinema, a wine cellar, a music room, and a double-height library. Other amenities include a large quincho, or barbecue building, with a swimming pool; a guest house; staff quarters; and a large farmyard.Carriage and storage shed, organic garden, food laboratory, and woodshed.Local store in Berdier only 2 km away, enclosed 1,5 ha lot, horse pen, and house with living room, kitchen-lounge, gallery, patio, gathering room, and bathroom.