This great stone house was built 10 years before Cristopher Columbus discovered America in the center of the property that since 1482 has been known as Finca Dozar. It is only 16 km from Santiago de Compostela and only 15 minutes from the Plaza del Obradoiro.
It is a property that due to its style and architectural characteristics and surroundings can be considered completely unique. The property belonged to the Marquis of Santa Cruz de Ribadulla and has had the privilege of having a direct access to the church from the property; in
the past it was the rectory.
The thick stone walls show the nobility of the property and its more than 500 years of history- Even so it is possible to live in an extraordinary historical house enjoying from the start all modern commodities. The photos show the quality and richness of the materials with which this
extraordinary property has been built.
The property has:
Approximately 700 built m2 .
Large hallway very typical of noble houses in Galicia. With an inscription where one can read the age of the building.
A bathroom and toilet.
Double kitchen: one part older with a wood burning burner and the other part modern with a semi industrial kitchen range.
A 47 m2 dining room with a “ lareira” (traditional Galician wood burning kitchen).
Central living room with an iron chimney, this room leads onto 4 large bedrooms and has a staircase that reaches the upper floor .
Here we find a large bedroom, a study, a library and a bathroom (in construction) and an attic area used as a storeroom.
Using the slight slope that the house was built upon the builders gained this level under the main level where there is a large restored wine cellar with a bathroom for invalids and a wine tasting area and storeroom…. There are also two enormous wine presses and a staircase which goes up to the main living room.
Size 150m2 in two levels approximately
Modern wine cellar with stainless steel vats
A private museum that one could call Ethnographic as it has many agricultural instruments and traditional tools from Galicia
In this building there are water and also main drains so it could be easily reconverted into a house.
Within the land there is a large horreo (Galician grain store), a pigeon coop built in the traditional way (stone upon stone) vineyards, porches and smaller buildings annexed.
The central heating can be propane fired, by wood fires from the traditional kitchen that has distributors to several parts of the house or electric. It has several marvelous ponds and a swimming pool. The water comes from three different sources.
There are 20.000m2 of vineyards with albariño grapes (5 acres) planted in 1985 and many fruit trees…. All this included in approximately 35.000m2 of land (almost 9 acres).
Annual taxes on the property add up to 1.600€
This large house and all the property are in a beautiful place where one breathes history and good taste combined with the care for the area and nature, as well as many fascinating details, its size would permit many possible uses: residential, touristic and hostelry…..
The location datas are:
37 minutes from the coast (Noia) on the motorway AP-53
15 minutes from the Plaza Del Obradoiro
30 minutes from the Santiago international airport.
1 km from the river Ulla (salmon, sea trout and trout river)
Less than 30 minutes from 4 Golf courses.
Independently from the land mentioned there are buildable plots of land to be valued separately.