A rectory house that is two
THE SMALL HOUSE
It is a three-storey rectory that has another smaller house attached, both being communicated by the interior. The two houses are made of stone and come together in a nice open interior courtyard. Its built joint area is about 400 m2.
We started the tour of the property through the small house. It has typical access to the Galician country houses. Entrance door from the outside, a hall or closed corridor that distributes to the rooms and exit door to the patio at the other end. In this GROUND FLOOR, we have to the left a beautiful old-style kitchen, which preserves a stone oven to make bread, a wood-fired cooker and a lareira, the typical Galician country house kitchen. It is a good place to eat for a small group of people.
Continuing down the corridor of this floor, we find a staircase that communicates with the attic located on the SECOND FLOOR. There is a large modular loft with sloping ceilings, with space to set up an independent apartment. It could easily be placed up to 4 beds or some more if necessary. It is perfectly equipped, with Velux tilt-and-turn windows. This attic has wooden floors and exposed wooden beams. It is a very cozy and comfortable space. And so wide as to have living and sleeping areas separately.
THE BIG HOUSE
Now we access the big house, through a door that places us in a spacious living-dining room with a stone fireplace. This is the link between the two houses. In the GROUND FLOOR, there is also a large distributor from which all the rooms have access. The distributor has a space that can be used as a dining room. Because in that area there is a small modern kitchen fully equipped. It has a cupboard for dishes and so on. In addition, on the same floor, there is a bathroom and an office. On the FIRST FLOOR, two large bedrooms with en-suite bathroom. The stairs take us to the SECOND FLOOR. There is an attic area that could be a storage room or similar.
In the interior courtyard, this house has a porch under which, on some wooden tables and chairs, you can eat. There is also a restored barn that is now a good workshop. And a small warehouse.
The secret paradise of the parish priest
This rectory house stands on a plot of 16,200 m2 ha very well maintained. It has an ecological garden, a greenhouse and a spring from which water flows permanently. There is also a hórreo, the typical Galician granary. The owners of this rectory house love Nature. From the forest that the farm originally had, they have eliminated exotic eucalyptus trees and have allowed indigenous trees to grow. The result is already visible, but it will be better every time. Privacy is guaranteed, a small road reaches the house and ends there: it is the last house in the area.
It is noteworthy that the construction materials are of first quality. All glass doors and windows are double glazed Climalit. The carpentry of the doors and floors are chestnut on the top floor. On the ground floor, a slate has been used in accordance with the environment. The whole house has heating. This house can be purchased with part of the furniture negotiating the price.
The surface of the house and the land, its distribution and its quality of construction and finishes, allow converting this rectory into a small charming hotel. But, if you are looking for a family home, it is large and comfortable, no matter how big the family is.