This eco farm in Pueblo Eden is only about 45 minutes away from Punta del Este and the beaches. The design and construction are done uniquely and bio-friendly using 100% non-industrially processed materials such as local clay, straw, wood, branches, and stones. The clay walls, 35cm thick, together with the thatched roof, keep the temperature naturally regulated. The house is facing north, so that the sun enters the house in the winter, providing a naturally warm climate. The insulated walls capture and store the heat from the day and let it out slowly during the night as the temperature gets colder. Two highly efficient rustic heaters provide additional heat for the coldest days (today the house only has one). In summer, due to the position of the property, there is no direct sunlight into the house, and together with the air circulation throughout, the inside of the property enjoys a naturally cool temperature. There are solar panels, which generate electricity and a water well 55 meters in depth with three currents providing abundant water. The property is practically finished with just the bathrooms and terraces to complete and the possibility of adding two or three more bedrooms, a bathroom and/or wine cellar in the basement. Every detail of the house was meticulously thought out. Also on the property, there is a round-shaped swimming pool made with an Australian tank, a wood cabin, which could serve as a guest house or caretaker’s lodge. Fruit trees and beehives are on the property, and you can produce your own honey. This could be a spacious and comfortable family home, a health and spa center, or a retreat in bio friendly Pueblo Eden. Viewing is essential to appreciate the property’s architecture with nature as its backdrop.