South facing with a gentle slope. The buildings are situated in the upper corner, next to the road. The entire upper part of the plot borders the 4603 Melide-Visantoña road. The other side of the road borders with other plots of the same owner.
The road that passes next to the house and connects Melide with the A-54 motorway (Santiago – Lugo), whose junction is just 2 km from the house, so both provincial capitals are about 30 minutes away.This is also the same route of a section of the EuroVelo, the cycling route that crosses Europe to Santiago.
The French Camino de Santiago passes just 500 metres from the house, and it is possible to reach the Camino via a tree-lined path that starts right in front of the house.
With the exception of Vigo, main Galician cities times do not exceed 60 min. 45 min to Lugo, 45 min to Santiago, 50 min to A Coruña and 50 min to Ourense. Santiago-Lavacolla airport is 40 minutes away, but once the motorway currently under construction is completed, the international airportcould be reached in less than 30 minutes.
The estate has electricity connection, public lighting, drinking water well and fibre optic connection.
The nearby town of Melide has a strong social activity and is a hive of bars, restaurants and markets.
House and annexes: (Built up area 250m2)
The house was built in 1934. The original building has undergone renovations to the floors, windows, electrical installation, plumbing, heating, roof and windows. It has an almost square floor plan (14 x 16 m) and has two floors.
The walls are made of reinforced concrete and the entire floor of the first floor, beams and structures are made of chestnut wood.
Since its construction, the house has been used as a rural tavern, restaurant and hostelry, with a long-standing reputation in the area as “Taberna da Costa”. It was used as such until 2000 and was inhabited until 2010.
The distribution of the spaces on the ground floor is: kitchen, dining room, boiler room (gasoil) and space for catering. The upper floor has six bedrooms, a bathroom and a large central living room. Outside, a toilet and a drying room have been built.
The other buildings: stables, a large garage, a bread oven, a barn and a hen coup.
In the tavern, the old wooden shelves etc. are still preserved.
More than 50 fruit trees surround the house: apple trees, lemons, cherries, avocado, etc. Many chestnut and oak trees also grow on the adjacent upper farm.
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