This manor house which has the same style as a Pazo Gallego is in a beautiful area of mountains, rivers, valleys with exuberant vegetation.
At this moment a new motorway is being built which will connect the area to Pontevedra, Vigo and the all the beaches of Bajo Miño and Portugal
The house is possibly from the XVII century but its only documentation is from the XIX century. The houses useful area is 500m2 and the gardens are approximately 10.000m2
The area around the house to the North and West is a natural pasture with areas of ornamental trees: maples, firs, birches, cypresses, camellias, lime trees, magnolia, beech, sequoia, etc. And banks of flowers and flowering bushes: hydrangeas, agapanthus, rhododendrons, hibiscuses etc. There is also an ecological vegetable garden.
To the south there is an area reserved for fruit trees (orange, lemon, mandarin, plum, peach, apple, persimmon, fig, raspberry and redcurrant trees, etc.), all of which are equipped with an automatic drip irrigation system.
The ground floor has 180m2 with: entrance hall, a wine cellar carved into the rock, hall distributor that gives access to two bedrooms and a bathroom. Each room has large windows to the garden. All the rooms have built-in wardrobes.
From the hallway there is a staircase leading to the main floor. From the hallway there is a corridor leading to a third double bedroom.
Next, there is the laundry room, ironing room etc., then gas-oil tanks and a garage for two vehicles, with automatic closures.
On the main floor;
The staircase leading up to the ground floor leads to a small hallway leading to the living room, the kitchen and the gallery and corridor leading to the bedrooms.
The kitchen is a classic kitchen. It has been restored respecting the original architectural and ornamental elements.
The furniture (in solid oak wood, hand carved) is a copy of original Galician period furniture. Some of them house the current elements typical of this room (refrigerator, dishwasher, electric oven, extractor hood….
The living-dining room:
With a surface area of 55 m2, the space has six light openings, of which one is a window looking out onto the interior patio, another a double-leaf window facing east and the remaining four are double-leaf window doors facing south and giving access to the gallery/balcony. In the living room there is a large carved stone fireplace.
On the upper floor there are three double bedrooms, the first one with a complete bathroom. The living area of this floor is 200m2.
There is a staircase at the end of the hallway which allows access to this upper floor. It consists of a room under the roof overlooking the garden on the north side and an area to integrate a bathroom. There is then access to a large open-plan room under the roof, with two velux windows and a window on the south wall overlooking the skate. These rooms have not been finished off. The surface area is 110m2.
The restoration of the whole house is impeccable as can be seen from the photos and video.
Water from: municipal water supply; mountain spring opposite; auger well.
Electricity: telephone (ADSL, internet etc.) TV antenna, telephony, porter’s lodge.
Heating and hot water by gasoil with hot water accumulators 1500 litres each. Cast iron radiators: It has two septic tanks.
Taxes not included. Publication for informative purposes, not binding or contractual. May contain errors or be subject to variation
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