In Pantón, Lugo, is this two-story stone house, with a small land plot 200 m2 approximately, closed by a stone wall.
The first floor has access to the street, and has two rooms, one of them contains the heating boiler and a bread oven, the other is a small living room with direct access to the land.
The upper floor has a hall, a living room, kitchen, four bedrooms, bathroom and a large gallery along one of the facades that illuminates the entire house.
The house has double windows, heating, in the living room French kitchen, and heating throughout the house. Its total useful area is approximately 190 m2. It has a well and also water from the public network.
Pantón is located south of Lugo, the capital of its region is Ferreira de Pantón. And it is located in the Ribeira Sacra.
Ribeira Sacra could be defined as one of the best kept secrets of interior Galicia. Integrate this destination a set of 21 municipalities of the south of the province of Lugo and the north of the province of Ourense, with the fluvial course of the rivers Miño, Sil and Cabe as an agglutinating element. The Ribeira Sacra offers a wide variety of recreational and gastronomic experiences, and a wide range of local products of the highest quality distinguished with guarantee marks of their origin.
The wine is the hallmark of the Ribeira Sacra. The production of this drink, as well as the cultivation of the vine, was introduced by the Roman colonists in these lands more than two thousand years ago. Later it was the Christian monks who took over from this activity and nowadays its production continues to be the economic engine of the region.
In the elaboration of the wine, the varieties of godello, albariño and treixadura grapes for white wines and mencía, brecellao and merenzao for red wines stand out. They are mainly young wines, although vintage red wines are also produced.
Wine lovers have in the Ribeira Sacra a paradise from which to make a lot of profit, since they can make guided visits to wineries, wine tasting and learn about the production of the wines. In addition there are also places like the Monforte Wine Museum or the Vinobus, which offer other ways of approaching this world.