Discover a typical house with history at Grupo Country Homes. Local slate roof and shared spaces with animals, reflecting the farming life of its owners. Unique windows and doors adorn the facade, while the interior houses bedrooms, dining rooms and bathrooms. The corrals and walled vegetable garden add to the rural charm of this property.
Welcome to an authentic typical house with a deep-rooted history. Its local slate roof becomes a glimpse into the architectural heritage of the region. This property is resplendent with the essence of a farming life shared with animals, where cows, sheep, chickens and pigs took their place alongside humans.
On the front façade, the kitchen window is located below, followed by a window that illuminates a spacious bedroom on the upper level. The heart of the house is at the front door, which leads into the central space, where a bright and welcoming balcony rises above the front door, bringing light into another bathroom. In addition, another door/window leads from the balcony to one of the dining rooms, connecting the spaces with fluidity and traditional charm.
The property opens onto the animal pens, highlighting its connection to nature. The pens housed the livestock and were an integral part of farm life. A door also opens into the bread oven, evoking the days when the aroma of freshly baked bread filled the air.
Entering the house reveals a picturesque courtyard from which the farmyard and kitchen are accessed through rustic doors. The kitchen is a reminder of homemade flavours, and an adjacent pantry. Stairs lead to the upper rooms: spacious dining rooms, bathrooms, a bright balcony and three bedrooms. The generously sized dining room reflects past celebrations where unforgettable moments were shared with family and friends.
Downstairs, the story continues with more animal pens and another bathroom, linking the property's past and present. The gate leading to the walled garden is an invitation to discover a space of tranquillity and the raised grain store is a reminder of the sustenance that nourished this community.
This house is more than a property, it is a witness to the past and an opportunity to honour rural life and the connection to the land.
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