This villa, known as Casa Barco, is part of the legacy that the great architect Javier Görlich left in the city of Valencia and its surroundings. Görlich had an important influence on the layout and image of the city of Valencia, where he spent a large part of his great professional career. He was the architect behind large and emblematic buildings in Valencia, such as the Casa Niederleytner, the Palacete Burgos or the Casa del medico, the Barrachina building and the Banco de Valencia building. Görlich designed this villa for the German businessman Dinnbier and his family. Built with new modern architecture, inspired by the elegant simplicity of rationalism and combined with ornamental elements of Art Deco, this unique home is located in a privileged area of the town of Rocafort and enjoys stunning views. This fabulous house, with a built size of more than 800 m², is divided into 2 floors plus a lower floor that is open to the outside, and a tower with access to a huge terrace. In addition, it has an independent house for the service stafff and a double parking area. On the main floor, there is an ample living-dining room, the intimate chapel and impressive coffered wooden ceilings, an incredible piece of 20th century heritage. The large windows of this floor flood the rooms with natural light, providing great warmth. This floor is completed by the kitchen and a bathroom. On the first floor we find the night area with 5 double bedrooms, 3 large bathrooms and a large terrace. The ceilings are high and give the rooms a very elegant touch. From this floor we access the tower, where we find a large office, which could also be used as a bedroom, and access to a generous terrace from which you can enjoy unbeatable panoramic views. Finally, the lower floor has a large space with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a cellar and a garage, as well as storage areas. The plot has an impressive and charming garden with a pond and a stream, a pine forest, a pool and a complete service house with 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, a kitchen and a living room with a fireplace. In addition, there is a double garage which is separate from the house and with plenty of storage space. It is, therefore, a unique villa of historical significance, since it was designed by the great architect, Javier Görlich and boasts special period features such as coffered ceilings. The house benefits from mains gas and radiators. Contact us to visit this unique villa in Rocafort.