Able to move into in it immediately, stands in a gated estate of 1,900 m2 approximately, where there is also a garden and a pool with an auxiliary building of 70 m2 which has a large living room, shower, locker room and courtesy service, independent of the house. It also has a covered barbecue and a granary and two cruises (typical elements of Galician architecture). On the farm they grow large trees, especially three magnolia trees and an olive tree of considerable value.
The constructed area of the villa is approximately 720m2 spread over three floors. On the ground floor is the garage, storage room, pantry, wine cellar and a bedroom with separate entrance. The first floor is distributed in a room with several rooms of about 110m2, kitchen, dining room, a suite with bathroom and dressing room, a toilet, a laundry area and a terrace overlooking the river. The second floor is distributed through a hallway into a spacious office and five large bedrooms with wardrobes and integrated in each bathroom.
The three plants are interconnected by internal staircase and an elevator.
The house, with all exterior rooms and overlooking the river or the countryside, is perfectly sound-proofed and thermally insulated with aluminum carpentry outside and wood inside. It is also fully furnished and if the buyer is interested, could cedérsele most of the furniture.
Finally, after small works, the building could be also aimed at “small boutique hotel” with 7 magnificent double rooms for accommodation of visitors, including through visits organized by the establishment itself, could enjoy all the attractions and leisure opportunities, as was already reflected offers its environment.
Location and environment:
The house is located northwest of Spain, in southern Galicia; in the municipality of Nigrán (Pontevedra), in the “Rias Baixas Gallegas”, specifically in the Vigo estuary, the southernmost of them all, and off the beaches of “Panxón” and “Playa America” that form a bay approximately 3.5 kilometers bounded by the “Monte Lourido” with spectacular views of the river and the picturesque fishing port of Panxón and where the calm waters are combined, the beauty of its landscape and mild and very favorable microclimate, because although they are bathed by the Atlantic, the Cies Islands to fund the temporary shelter of the ocean.
These beaches along with “Los Patos”, the three most important of the municipality, have the SICTED distinction of quality tourism, as well as the distinctive environmental quality “Ecoplayas” and the “Blue Flag” of the EU for quality its waters. For its limit runs a pedestrian walkway that allows easy access to the sand.
The municipality of Nigrán has an area of 35 km2 and a population of 18,000 that triples in summer and is a place full of history, culture, heritage and nature in a hospital setting and yet is equipped with all services and infrastructure that modern life demands. It is crossed by the “Camino de Santiago”, namely by the Portuguese Way, which ends in the city of the same name, which we then refer. Due to its characteristics, it is ideal for hiking, in a friendly environment and all outdoor sports, with special mention of sailing and surfing, fishing, both sea and river and diving.
The municipality limits the south, without interruption, withthe town of Bayonne where he arrived in 1493 the caravel Pinta-of which there is a replica in the port visitable- with news of the discovery of America and commemorating this date with the “Fiesta de la Arribada”, declared of national tourist interest, during which the Villa becomes a medieval town with its market and cib residents and visitors dressed in period clothing. also has a historic town declared a Historical Site. One of its emblems is the fortress of Monte Real, walled 3 kilometers of raised length on a promontory above the sea and with wonderful views over the estuary and the Cies Islands, where the Parador Nacional Conde de Gondomar interlocks, one of the most emblematic of the “Paradores Network State”. Finally, also it has two marinas including the iconic “Monte Real Club de Yates,” an almost obligatory for sports boats that follow the route from Northern Europe to the Mediterranean stop.
For the North, it borders the city of Vigo, capital of the same name metropolitan area covering a population of over 500,000 inhabitants. It is the largest city in Galicia and has one of the fishing ports, especially frozen, most important in the world and is also port of call for large cruise ships and even start fate of some of them in recent years. (In the month of May it is expected to disembark in the city about 35,000 cruise passengers).
The three municipalities are an area of great tourist importance to helping its mild climate has made the web specializing in weather information “eltiempo.es” includes Vigo among the five cities in Spain more pleasant to live and one of the cities with more hours of sunshine a year.
However, the “pearl” of the area constitute the “Cies Islands”, a three-islands with six beaches archipelago, among which is the beach of Rhodes, one of the best in the world according to British newspaper “The Guardian” and often included among the best beaches in Europe to discover, by different specialized agencies. The archipelago is included in the “National Park of the Atlantic Islands” and enjoys international reconicimientos as “OSPAR” “MAIA” and in 2015 won the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism. Currently, it has begun the process to ensure they are declared “World Heritage”.
Recently they have been chosen “Starlight tourist destination”, a globally recognized level currently enjoyed only eleven sites worldwide, recommended for stargazing, being free of light pollution seal.
They are about 20 minutes by boat from the coast and visit and the journey itself are unforgettable.
Nigrán is well connected by road, rail and air.
By road from Nigrán can be reached via highway to the Portuguese border in just over half an hour; specifically to border towns of Tuy and Valença do Minho, which are on both sides of the border an important historical and artistic medieval and hour and a half to the city of Oporto, the second largest in the neighboring country; Madrid, through highway in about six hours and Santiago, in 45 minutes to La Coruna in 90 minutes, through the Atlantic Highway.
By rail, in Vigo has recently completed the AVE (high speed train), which puts Santiago to 40 minutes to La Coruna about an hour and Madrid less than six hours (also is scheduled from 2018 can be reached in less than three, when the AVE between running).
Finally, by air, Peinador Airport is 20 minutes from Nigrán motorway and from it there are direct links to Madrid, Barcelona and other Spanish cities and with London, Dublin, Lisbon (starting from next July 1st) and other European cities, especially in summer.
One aspect to note is, as already said, its proximity to Santiago de Compostela town “World Heritage”, cultural capital of Galicia and one of the references in the history of Christianity. It has a magnificent Romanesque cathedral where the remains of St. James and is the end of the “Camino de Santiago”, also declared “World Heritage” and that since the Middle Ages attracted crowds of pilgrims from all over Europe and It helped spread the culture among all nations by running. Today it represents one of the most popular tourist referents of Galicia.
It is one of the prime attractions of the area, mainly based on seafood from the estuaries that for its richness in plankton are of exceptional quality. But without forgetting their meat with designation of origin and Llos Galician products of their orchard. It also has wines also with designation of origin, including the “albariño”, he considered one of the best white wines in the world, “ribeiro” or the “Mencia”.
In any case the hotel stands out for its very reasonable prices and excellent value, of the most competitive in Spain, let alone Europe.
In conclusion, the villa is in an area that for its history, culture, landscapes, beaches, climate, communications and food is the most interesting that can be visited today.