Lovely house close to Mondoñedo.
This lovely house is in a hamlet very close to Mondoñedo with very few houses close by, and really is in the countryside and surrounded by nature.
The property is made up of the house, a large barn with stables in an L shape in front of the house and a beautiful traditional elevated grain store (horreo).
On the bottom floor there is a living room looking onto the courtyard. A complete bathroom again looking onto the courtyard and a large broom cupboard.
There is also a dining room and a complete modern kitchen looking out over the large plot that the house has and the valley of Mondoñedo. There is also a door leading onto the plot.
On the first floor there are five bedrooms. Four doubles and one single All with windows, three of them have very large windows that open like doors over the plot and Mondoñedo but have barriers to avoid accidents.
The attic is in excellent condition as is the whole house and is completely empty and could have many uses.
The whole house is completely furnished and is turnkey… ready to live in. in excellent condition.
The house has three floors of 83m2 in total 249m2
The barn and stables add up to 272m2 and the land plot is 1760m2
The property is less than one kilometre from Mondoñedo a little more than ¾ of a mile and has beautiful views over the valley.
Mondoñedo has a population of 3500 inhabitants throughout the municipality and 4600 in the town itself. It is the capital of the Marina Central (central of all the coast) It was the home of the Bishop and the kingdom of Galicia in 1112 AD.
The old quarter of the town of Mondoñedo was declared a Group of buildings Historic and artistic in 1985. Its centre is the Cathedral square. The Cathedral is a National Monument built in the twelfth century. All the streets of the town flow into the square, In 2015 the UNESCO declared it a Human Heritage Site as is the Camino de Santiago which runs through the town. There are many monuments in Mondoñedo and its surrounding area as are the Sanctuary de los Remedios and the Hospital of Saint Paul both built in the eighteenth century and many other monuments.
The valley where the town is situated conserves many archaeological sites with Dolmens; Castros petroglifs which show that the valley was occupied in the Neolithic.
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