Lovely Manor house in the Terra Cha close to Vilalba with a marvellous Cruceiro.
Terra Cha in Gallego means flat land and the land with this house is exactly that.
The property is composed of a Manor house with a footprint of 170m X 2 floors.
The house is generally in an excellent condition with only minor repairs needed in 10% of the house.
Large entrance hall and stairs up: approx. 11 m2
Large kitchen 22m2 with all its furniture, large central aisle with a wood burning and gas cooker,
A living room of 22 m2 and a store room and a large pantry.
A large landing where the stairs end which ties onto the passageway to most of the other rooms, where the five bedrooms are situated some of them up to 25m2 and a complete bathroom.
Next to the house there is a 32m2 Chapel in perfect condition as are the altar and other litugic material.
The property has several outbuildings close by. Amongst them are two outbuildings at the back of the house. 78 +28m2, an outbuilding of 107m2 alongside the road covering part of the view from the road. A 31m2 garage and an open 98m2 barn open all the way towards the barn that would be ideal as stables.
The land plot is approximately 15000 m2 almost 3 acres and has a large number of native trees surrounding it, there also are a large number of fruit trees in full production.
The property is situated only 1 km from the river beach of the river Magdalena where there is a sports area and a covered swimming pool open all year.
The river Magdalena is famous for its large trout in the catch and release area.
This property is situates 60 km from the North coast with its magnificent beaches including the world famous “playa de los Catedrales” Close by (in Vilalba ) there is a connection by motorway to the Spanish motorway system. The motorway that passes Vilalba also goes directly to the coast. (30 minutes).
It has has water, electricity, main drains and a good Wi-Fi signal
It is orientated towards the south and catches all available sunlight
VILALBA: the first references to this town whose name means the village of dawn light, appear in the VI century when the church had a meeting in Lugo: There it was named in latin
“Undecimus comitatus Montenegrinus dicitur” The village of Santa Maria was under the protection of the family of the same name (still one of the most famous families in Spain)
In the VII century a fire razed the village to the ground.
In the VII century the castle of Mondoñedo was built although there are documents referring to a Fort in the VI century.
This castle has been completely restored and is now part of the Spanish Parador network.
The coastal Jacobean route passes through Mondoñedo on its way to Baamonde.
Mondoñedo had in 2018 (last census) 14226 inhabitants.