The village was a farm with an area of 12,380 m² distributed in two independent plots. Now deserted It is located in Lugo, near the border between Galicia and Castilla y León.
The village consists of a group of houses to restore, near Piedrafita del Cebreiro, located on the French Route and very close to El Camino de Santiago.
To the south of the property there is a chapel, and not far away from it, several neighboring villages. It is surrounded by stone walls, and the road is asfalted.
It is very sunny most of the day so you can enjoy the sun’s rays from early morning until sunset. Not only that, but it faces South and is sheltered from the North.
Due to its location, in the Natural Reserve of O’Courel, it is surrounded by forests of chestnut, holly, beech, yew, oak, etc. which makes it unique in Europe for its biodiversity. It is also integrated within the Natura 2000 Network, which provides new opportunities for the development of traditional productive activities, recreational activities, and tourism.
Although it is far from urban centers, it is well communicated, only 10 minutes away from all services, from the A6 highway linking Madrid and Galicia, and 5 minutes from El Camino de Santiago and O Cebreiro, the most visited village in Spain.
This property is completely documented, registered etc.The place has all the original infrastructure of self-sufficient life in rural areas….. water electricity etc. It has had a tourism project done upon it.
It is a manor house to restore, near Piedrafita del Cebreiro, located on the French Route and very close to El Camino de Santiago.
On the main plot, which is urban, there are 9.742 m² of land. It consists of several houses with solid stone construction and wide walls to be restored, a warehouse, the forge, and the oven.
Throughout this abandoned village there are abundant types of trees, chestnut and fruit trees. It also has its own spring and 8,965 m² of land for cultivation.
The buildings are placed around a central threshing floor and all of this is protected by a stone wall that surrounds everything.
In the second plot, which is rustic, there are 2.638 m². Besides, there is the mill, and the rest of the land is for cultivation.
The farm has electricity and a running water supply. In addition to the old blacksmith’s workshops and the oven, there is carpentry, a bakery, and sewing workshops. Formerly, the people used to work in the house.
Urban plot of 9,742 m²
The first plot, being the urban one, is composed of several houses and other buildings.
Main stone house
The main house has three floors and 531 m². Its name, “Casa Albaredo”, comes from the fact that it was the first point in Galicia to receive the light of dawn. In its time it was the most important enclave in the region. It has a solid stone construction, and wide walls.
On the first floor, there is the stable, which is accessed through the door below.
On the main floor, on the left, there is the kitchen, the bedrooms, the living room, and the bathroom, and on the right, several rooms for different uses.
Then there is the third floor, which is diaphanous. There is the hayloft crossed by huge wooden beams, which reveals its solid construction. It is accessed from the back, next to the cultivated land.
In the past this house had a forge, a bread oven, a carpenters workshop and sewing workshops.
The second house has two floors and 280 m². It is distributed in two parts.
The second floor is diaphanous, with independent access by an exterior staircase. The walls and beams are in good condition.
The second part, however, has a collapsed roof, although the walls are still usable.
The third house is also a two-story house of 148 m². It is the most recent construction. The walls and the structure are in good condition. Inside it is diaphanous, ready for renovation.
Forge and bread oven, made of stone, 76 m².
Adjacent to the third house is the forge with walls in perfect condition, but part of the roof is collapsed. Next is the oven ready for use and already cleaned.
The fifth house is a two-story, diaphanous house of 194 m². It is located next to the road at the entrance of the village. The walls and beams are in good condition.
The warehouse is made of stone, of 68 m². Inside, the beams and walls are in good condition.
Stone threshing floor.
The existence and size of the threshing area shows the importance that the now-abandoned village once had.
The granary is in ruins and occupies a space of 16 m².
The remaining 8,965 m² of land is available for cultivation. It is located right next to the back of the main house, clean for agricultural use. It is also endowed with chestnut and fruit trees.
Rustic property of 2.638 m².
On the other side of the property is the second independent plot. Its use would be preferablly for cultivation.
The stone mill is located next to the river, inside the rustic farm. This is where the grain was being milled until recentl
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