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The Cal Pla farmhouse is a modernist building in Cunit located on the Cunit to Clariana road and very close to the C-32 highway, the municipal cemetery and the Cunit stream. A few meters away is the Sant Antoni farmhouse which, together with the Castell,

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The Cal Pla farmhouse is a modernist building in Cunit located on the Cunit to Clariana road and very close to the C-32 highway, the municipal cemetery and the Cunit stream. A few meters away is the Sant Antoni farmhouse which, together with the Castell, represents the stamp of the traditional maritime and rural Cunit. It is part of the municipal architectural heritage to be protected.

The entrance to the enclosure is characterized by a large dirt avenue with deciduous trees up to the welcoming façade. The farmhouse stands out for its modernist tower that is easily visible from nearby urbanizations. The building has 1,954m2 of built area occupying 987m2 of land; the total area of the enclosure, only counting the entrance avenue and gardens, is estimated at 41,516m2

Until the beginning of the 20th century, the farmhouse did not stand out architecturally, being a farmhouse like the surrounding ones; It was from its purchase by a ship captain of Majorcan origin that he modified it following the architectural lines of Catalan modernism and built the characteristic gardens giving the complex its current appearance, which has not changed substantially in recent years.

The gardens that surrounded the house including its large entrance avenue were designed by the French landscape architect Jean-Claude Nicolas Forestier, who had designed at the same time the landscape of Montjuïc mountain for the Universal Exhibition of Barcelona in 1929 and the Park by Maria Luisa in Seville for the Ibero-American Exhibition of Seville (1929).

In recent years it was inhabited by the Ferrer-Benitez family until the death of Roser Ferrer. The previous owner bet it on a card game, his son bought it again to sell it to the current holders.

It is currently the object of vandalism due to the abandonment of maintenance by its owners, in addition the part opposite the facade that welcomes the guests was burned in the fire that broke out in the nearby forests in 2005, in the These effects can still be seen today as it has not undergone any restoration after said accident.
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