A stone watermill. A house plenty of life, ready to start from scratch.
Built by the great-grandfather of the current owner, this building had several projects that are still preserved today. The fact that it has not changed hands in more than a century is a guarantee of quality and care. The house was first an industrial building, as we have already seen, and later it was reconverted into a home. In fact, in its large living room you can see the original mill hopper, with its machinery intact. And also the electricity generating turbine.
On the ground floor, we find the mentioned living room, with its wide fireplace to which an ingenious heating system has been coupled. It has several very bright rooms. There is also the kitchen, combining ancient and modern elements. In addition, on this floor, we find the old sawmill, now converted into an original dining room, from whose ceiling hangs an old wooden boat, batuxo in Galician. There is also a bathroom with shower. It is currently the only one in the house, but work is underway to prepare for the installation of another one on the upper floor.
On the first floor, after passing through a small and pretty open living room on the staircase landing, we discover two bedrooms. One with a double bed and canopy. And another very big one with three beds and enough furniture; partitioned to the taste of the new owners, more rooms could be obtained.
On the third floor there is a third double bedroom, with two canopy beds. The furniture of all these spaces, mostly original from the time of construction or at least 100 years old, fits perfectly with the style of the house and would be included in the sale price, except for some personal objects.