This is a XVII palace which was originally owned by the Count of Altamira and it has a main frontage that makes it stand out as different from all the other Galician Pazos.
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It is in excellent conditions but still conserves its original style and what is more it is not classed in such a way that it cannot be modified.
It has a Cruceiro, chapel, heraldic shield, 2 garajes, 3 horreos, a watermill, and a spring of pure crystalline water.
The habitable surface area is 1500m2 (almost ½ an acre) this includes housing to be restored and is situated in a defensive wall encircling 10.000m2. (2 ½ acres)
The main building is divided in two floors with a workshop, office, wine cellars, on the lower floor, with a entrance area, dining /living room, 6 bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen, lareira (old open fire area), and stables.
In front of the main facade south facing there is an area that has served as a vegetable garden and a garden with Camellias and on the north side a plot of land that is ideal due to the privacy to install a swimming pool. On the East side there is an oak wood that is hundreds of years old.
The whole property is surrounded by an immense stone wall
The property is situated 200metres from the centre of Vimianzo on the road towards Camariñas. 65 km from the airport at Santiago de Compostela. It is 20km from the lovely solitary beaches of Camariñas and Muxia.
In the area one can visit Celtic dolmens, Castros (Celtic hilltop forts) lighthouses and marvellous food which specializes in shellfish.