The property is located in the centre of Mondoñedo. The house preserves its original medieval architecture. The house has 2 floors, and has an area of approximately 140 m² on each floor. In addition, it has an outbuilding with an extension of 60 m². The front of the house is 12 m long. The property is made of local stone and is currently semi restored. The roof is made of slate and the beams, made of laminated fir, are already in place. The interior of the house is completely empty, and at the back of the house there is a gallery. There are windows throughout the house.
The welcoming town of Mondoñedo, which was once the capital of Galicia, has a lot to offer; indigenous landscapes, rural landscapes, medieval architecture, noble houses with centuries of history and a breath of fresh air.
It is also an important stopping point for pilgrims from all over the world, who follow the Pilgrim's Way to Santiago de Compostela, one of the most important pilgrimage routes.
In the centre of the municipality, near the seminary, is this spectacular semi-restored house, very close to the Camino del Norte. It is not only an ideal rural house in which to live in peace and harmony with nature, but also an idyllic place to set up a tourist business.
It has an area of great length, which makes the property a multi-purpose location, both for its profitability and its capacity for the use and enjoyment of the buyer. Due to its size and location, it would be a great place to establish a hostel for pilgrims.
The area is highly frequented, and will continue to be so, as the number of annual pilgrims shows increasing numbers. This is due, among other things, to the area's seminary and its historic square and cathedral, which are two of its main international attractions.
Whether for living, doing business or both, this Galician house will provide you with what you need.
The property is located in the centre of Mondoñedo, the most important town in the Mariña Lucense. The house preserves its original medieval architecture. The road that leads to it is quiet and discreet, what anyone would look for in order to disconnect and rest.
The house has 2 floors, and has an approximate extension of 140 m² in each one. In addition, there is a 60m² of grounds. The front of the house is 12 m long.
The property is made of local stone, as well as the rest of the construction. It is currently semi restored, with part of the work already done. It is large and spacious, with an open plan, which allows it to be divided as required, either as a personal home, or as a rural tourism business, for example.
The roof is made of slate, completely new. In addition, the beams are already in place. They are made of laminated spruce.
The interior of the house is completely empty, and at the back there is a gallery, so its use is not limited and it is easy to divide.
There are windows on all floors. They are made of fine wood and strong glass. The windows are large and wide and offer a wonderful view of the area, while letting in sunlight.
On the first floor they are round and wide, while on the second floor they are square and more compact.
All in all, it is an attractive property, with half the restoration work already done, and has all the potential to become either the ideal country house or the busiest pilgrim centre in the area.
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