Casa Victorio is a traditional two-bedroomed Asturian mountain house of rendered stone under a slate roof (new in 2017).
Located in a pretty, rural position above a small village with it’s own bar, this lovely property has been recently renovated to provide a comfortable and airy living space.
Surrounded by 33.000m2 of land (half of which is woodland) and enjoying stunning views, the property is located in a very quiet area, yet is only 10 minutes drive from the small town of Trevias, which has a choice of shops, restaurants and a medical centre, just 20 minutes from the popular harbour town of Luarca and 40 minutes drive from Asturias airport.
Ideal as a holiday home or for those seeking a lifestyle change.
The house consists of:
Ground floor – 9.2m x 5.2m Large storage area with power and plumbing for washing machine. Potential to be converted into further living accommodation.
External stairs to:-
Entrance porch with storage for footwear and coats.
Open plan kitchen/dining/living room, 7.2m x 5.2m, Tiled entrance, range of fitted units with beech worktops, stainless steel 1 ½ sink/drainer, woodburning range, ample sockets, engineered beech floor, electric radiator, windows to front and side..
Bathroom – Shower, WC, pedestal basin, airing cupboard, heated towel rail, tiled floor, roof window.
Bedroom 1 – 3.2m x 2.1m. Engineered beech flooring, electric radiator, sockets, window to side.
Bedroom 2 – 5.1m x 3.2m Exposed beams, roof windows, sockets. Under eaves alcove 2.3m x 2.4m, currently used as sleeping area for small grandchildren. Door to large attic storage space.
Stone barn, under slate roof. Ground floor garage/workshop, 1st floor storage, potential for conversion. Both floors have direct access from outside (no steps to either)
Traditional Horreo with wooden granary over stone-built log store.
Ample off-road parking.
Courtyard area with stone and slate terrace enjoying lovely views and plentiful sunshine.
Productive terraced vegetable gardens, flowers, fruit and nut trees (inc. figs, pears, peaches, walnuts, kiwi, orange, lemon, cherries and apples), polytunnel.
The land extends to 33,000m2 of which half is woodland (broadleaf and eucalyptus) and the other half comprises two wildflower meadows (currently let for grazing) and a small walnut grove.
Private water and drainage