A few minutes from Lugo capital, in Vilaxurxo, a wonderful enclave surrounded by woods and beautiful stone houses, we find this luxurious and spacious property built on a plot of 3,352 m2. The house, with three floors of 260 m2 each, is built with high quality materials, full of details of good taste. The owners would leave all the furniture – a large part made to measure – except for some personal memories.
As for the distribution of housing, it consists of five large double bedrooms, five bathrooms, four living spaces: salons, living rooms or dining rooms. Chimney. Heating. Gym, Studio. An immense kitchen … In short, everything you can imagine in a house of 780 m2. Additionally, it has a small guest house at the end of the garden, which has absolute independence. The surface of this house is 22 m2 on two floors, and is designed with wooden carpentry seen, very cozy and comfortable.
The property also has a glazed porch, a 60 m2 picnic area, a 70 m2 pool, a 480 m2 tennis court, a 180 m2 garage, two 95 m2 storage rooms and a 95 m2 greenhouse. A small trout river runs along one side of the land plot. Altogether it is a property that stands out for the spaciousness of all the spaces and the good design within the classic rustic taste. Stone and wood, along with the beauty of plants, meadows and trees get a feeling of being in the middle of nature, without leaving the comforts of a luxury residence. The whole environment breathes tranquility, without forgetting that we are just over 15 minutes from Lugo capital, with all the services that may be needed.
This describes the place where this property is located. “Beautiful rural town belonging to the parish of Barredo (Santo André), a hamlet consisting of about 10 houses, mostly of traditional character. According to researcher Nicandro Ares Vázquez, the name of this place comes from the association with an anthroponym Greco-Latin Georgius, which means land worker, farmer and the term villa (it is understood that, originally, it was the village of one Georgius, Xurxo in Galician. “