Former Sisal Fiber Factory + Beekeeping Ranch Turned Modern Abode

Jack Archer
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This amazing house has some really cool history, making it even more impressive. The building was original built between 1880 and 1910 to produce sisal fiber (the stuff that makes twine, rope, dart boards, etc) and was later turned into a beekeeping ranch. Eventually it was abandoned and the current owners bought the spot in 2006, turning it into the beauty you see today with the help of Reyes Ríos + Larraín Arquitectos. Really loving the clean lines and the greenery surrounding the pool and property. It's a great spot and a great renovation.

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