Argul, in the Principality of Asturias is a small medieval village in the Pesoz Council. A historical site declared a Cultural Asset in 2004. There you can find the Casa de Vilar, as this property is called, which is described by the Tourism Council of Asturias.
“Impressive architectural complex, perfectly adapted to the characteristics of the environment in which it is located, since in the lower part of the house there is a path that crosses the building from north to south, being the rock itself one of the walls of this pass. This tunnel is about 20 meters long. The house itself is a long rectangular building, built with thick stone walls”. It is located in the West of Asturias, inside the Navia Historical Park.
It is a very peculiar building constructed in red slate stone. It has a surface area of 490 m2. The house is built at different heights, taking advantage of the unevenness of the land, reaching three heights, in some places of the beautiful house. Besides the tunnel that crosses the construction from the bottom, it has another peculiarity. A tower crowns the house at the top.
It consists of the house, with a traditional Asturian western kitchen, with chestnut wood benches around it. Stone oven. Nine rooms. An attic and a patio of about 50 m2. In the lower part, there are the stables, hayloft, wine cellar. There is a car park at the door, with a new access road. Water, electricity and sewerage at the foot of the house. It has a small plot of land of about 190 m2.
It is an ideal property for, once completely reformed, to set up a rural tourism business. This area of Asturias has enormous possibilities of tourist development. Specifically, this property is just over 60 km from the coast.
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