Santa María de Trobo is a beautiful village belonging to the Begonte council, in Lugo. It is located 23 km from the capital of the province. And 15 km from Vilalba, the capital of the region where it is located: A Terra Chá. This region, part of the Biosphere Reserve, is an immense plain covered with green meadows, a multitude of rivers and lagoons. Not far from Trobo runs the Camino de Santiago del Norte, with its incessant stream of pilgrims.
It is a solid stone house of approximately 180 m2. It has two floors. The main materials of its construction are granite, wood and slate. It has two bedrooms, a living room and a kitchen where the dining room is integrated. It also has a bathroom. It needs to be reformed internally. It is noteworthy the origin of the stones of this house. Apparently they come from a ruined medieval tower, of which the coat of arms on the main facade is preserved. A house with a history … It has electricity, water from the public network, plus a well inside the farm, and mobile phone coverage. The few pieces of furniture that exist in the house are included in the price.
This beautiful Trobo house is built on a 5,377 m2 plot of land. It is a flat meadow partially closed by a low slate wall. This type of enclosure, typical of the area, consists of slate boards nailed to the ground. In Galician, they are called chantos. On the edges of the meadow, we find a multitude of trees. Within this land, there are also, attached to the house, a small lean-to and a stable.
One of the best-known attractions of Santa María de Trobo is its cruceiro, frequently mentioned among the best of this typical Galician religious building.
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