Within 25 km from Santiago de Compostela is this stately home built in 1751. The computable area of the house is 545.64 m2, on a plot of 1,000 m2. The sale also includes an adjacent plot of 6,500 m2 with ornamental trees (camellias, catalpas, …), vines and fruit trees. Also a pond surrounded by tree-sized boxwoods, a pergola with a table and stone bench. And a stoned natural fountain.
It is in perfect condition and habitability. It has wheeled access, electricity supply, water by well and mine collection (the mine – water collection by underground gallery – belongs to the house), septic tank, oil heating and telephone.
The house consists of:
* Basement floor: It has four rooms currently intended for laundry, pantry and two for storage. One bathroom, and one in the area (north) with access to the garden. In it there is a winery and the diesel boiler. It has another exit to the pool area (south).
* Two floors, low and high, intended for housing and distributed in:
** Ground floor: Lobby, dining room with a lareira of about 4 m2. Kitchen. Room with oratory. Office, living room, bedroom with bathroom and gallery-living room.
** Upstairs: Very large distributor, five bedrooms and a bathroom.
The foundation, structure, exterior enclosures and facades are of stone masonry and masonry of considerable thickness. The floors and ceilings of the plants dedicated to housing are made of chestnut wood, with the exception of the floor of the lareira-dining room that is made of stoneware. The exterior carpentry is made of varnished wood and glass. Wooden shutters and iron bars on some of the windows.
It has a warehouse of 96.28 m2 attached to the house in the north. And an auxiliary construction (originally dedicated to haystacks and stables) of 260 m2 in the south.
The rest of the plot constitutes an access area with porch and garden. It has a pool, in the southern part, and garden area with tables and stone benches and with a granary (horreo) of 17 m2, in the northern part.