This property is made up of a ground floor and first floor with exterior walls of stone masonry and special pieces of ashlar masonry such as doors, windows and corners. Built around an entrance courtyard, which separates the dwelling itself from what was once the woodshed, oven, barn and, further away, the house of the servants, which was in direct contact with the exterior and the rest of the estate.
The main dwelling consists of two crosses in the house on the north-south axis and another two on the east-west axis formed by granite blocks that cross each other.
On the ground floor the spaces are currently used for storage and the building’s laundry. The upper floor, which is accessed only by an exterior stone staircase that leads to the east-facing gallery, has all needed for living space, comprising a kitchen, living room, dining room, three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The pavement on the lower floor is currently made of cement mortar, while the floor on the upper floor is made of red pine in excellent condition.
The roof is made of tiles on concrete beams.
All the exterior carpentry is made of oiled teak in perfect state of conservation.
The heating is oil-fired.
The excelent condition of the property is totally suitable for immediate occupation, completely furnished with antique furniture.
The back of the house, facing south, has a large plot of about 3000 m2 with many large trees, shady vines and kiwi trees. In the garden there is an oak tree, a huge Chestnut tree, two lemon trees, vines, a 30 metre walkway planted with kiwis, a three section stone horreo with teak wood, a pond, ten palm trees and a huge palm tree in the entrance courtyard.
It also has a 200m2 building to reform which is open plan.
The property is located within the rural nucleus of O Foxo, which belongs to Silleda (Pontevedra). But isolated from the village 1.5km. It has direct highway to Santiago and its airport at 36km. The rural nucleus allows more constructions. It could also be converted into a rural hotel or B+B.
It is situated on the Camino de Santiago which passes in front of the gate and along its wall. Making it very feasible to set up a pilgrim’s hostel.
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