This impressive stately house of 365m2 in the village of Ginestar, is unusual in that it has a private 72m2 garden to the back.
The ground floor consists of an enormous garage with underfloor pits for keeping olive oil and wine. There are also store rooms to the back, as well as access to the outside area, which is divided up into a courtyard and a garden, which is currently quite overgrown.
Unusual for a village house in this area, the family did not live on the first floor, but instead used the various rooms on this level for storage, workshops and keeping chickens.
The top floor, where the family resided, is divided up into three good sized double bedrooms, a sitting room, small room for cooking in the fireplace, with access to a good sized galley kitchen, as well as a spacious dining room with french doors leading out onto the back terrace, which has views over the courtyard.
While in need of some cosmetic repairs, the house, which is around 120m2 per floor, is solidly constructed, has good quality wooden beams and a fairly new roof.