Casa Parriela is a building that was built in stone in the year 1120. It was the old rectory where the Abbess Sanchez Raimundez stayed during her time in Mosteiro (Carballiño).
It has a useful área of 325m2.
The surroundings of the house are steeped in ancient history, of stone built buildings like the church, the Celtic Hill fort, the defensive wall and the monastery built in the XI century which was active with a congregation of female Benedictine monks through until the XII century who were dependent on the central monastery in Santiago de Compostela (monastry of Antealtares).
Mosteiro de Lobanes is this hamlet is located in a very natural área of mountains, valleys and rivers.
The name of the hamlet Mosteiro in Gallego means Monastery
At the top of a local mountain is the Hermitage Of Maria Magdelena where every year on the 22nd of July there is a fiesta in her honour.
Casa Parriela has a special magnetism, there is a spring which comes down the mountain from the Hermitage which is said to have curative powers and comes to a fountain in the garden which is called the fountain for curing the ill, where many people have come to be cured throughout the ages.
The house itself has 5 bedrooms three with ensuite bathrooms and two with a shared bathroom, and also a dining room and a kitchen on the top floor.
On the lower floor there is a very large kitchen and a bathroom.
The garden around the property has a surface área of 3000m2 about ¾ o fan acre, where there are fruit tres, swimming pool, dog pound; barbeque and a garaje.
This property is only 5 km from the large town of Carballiño and 21 from Ourense. Altitude 450metres
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