This stately home has been recently restored by the owners with all modern comforts.
The whole house is built out of granite, the floors and false roofs out of chestnut and oak and the main roof is tiled over a chestnut roof.
It has a large inside patio with granite flagstones and a granite staircase to the second floor where there is a corridor that encircles three sides of the patio, this corridor is in perfect condition with the boarding made out of varnished chestnut stood on granite columns.
The Stately home or Pazo, as it is called in Gallego, is divided up inside into different rooms: kitchen with an old granite open hearth fire or Lareira, Living / dining room (with a granite fireplace), eight bedrooms, two bathrooms, two wine cellars, boiler room,
Linen and ironing room, reception room for guests, and chapel.
It has a footprint of 450m2 per floor and has a central open patio of 100m2
The land around the house adds up to 4.000 m2: 1 acre, completely walled with a granite wall over 8 feet high. The wall has four old gateways; all in perfect usage that give access on all sides to asphalted roads.
There is another building that was the servants quarters. It has a footprint of approximately 250 m2 X 2 floors the upper floor has three large bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large living room, kitchen (with open hearth fire) and a gallery. The lower floor has been the wine cellar.
This servants house needs attention but it is structurally sound.
The property has a pool of approximately 60m2 and an horreo of approximately 10m2 (grain store).
It is situated at a 5 minutes walk from an 18 hole golf course.