250,000 €

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Ready to live in

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Mountain and landscape views

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167m2 (1,798 ft2)

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10000 m2

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House in Asturias


The property is a lovingly restored old Asturian farmhouse, situated in its own land of 1 ha (3 acres) in the center of the small village/hamlet of Sorribas. The village has broadband internet access (Fibre 1000Mb provided through Adamo)

Sorribas is in the municipality of Grado. It is approximately 13 km or 20 mins south from Grado along the AS-311 and then up a road out of the valley. It is at the end of a road and therefore there is no through traffic and is very secure.

Grado is 24 km or 23 mins along the motorway from Oviedo which now boasts a quick train connection with Madrid. Additionally, Asturias airport is 45 mins from the property, which allows direct travel to London and a range of destinations in Spain. The nearest beaches, and the Natural Park of Somiedo are all about 45 mins drive away.

All buildings except for the barn have been renovated and consist of:

1. The main house:

The main house (167m2, util: 136m2) was sensitively renovated in 2012 from an old stone farmhouse, keeping many of the original features. It has two bedrooms and spacious and comfortable kitchen and living areas. It sits secluded from the village, on a 1 ha site with views to the foothills of the Somiedo Natural Park.


The house includes a well-proportioned, ergonomic kitchen which looks out onto the terrace, panera, casita and the hills and mountains beyond. There is a good sized larder which adds to the ample storage available in the kitchen units. There are a number of power points in different areas of the kitchen. The kitchen has enough space to accommodate a sofa and dining table by a wood burning stove. Sliding doors allows access to the terrace and the outdoor seating area.

There is a south facing terrace with awning, overlooking flower beds with views to the mountains. A wood BBQ is situated between the main house and small house.

Living Room:

There is an especially spacious living room with exposed roof beams, oak flooring and fine views on two aspects. There is also a Jotul wood burning stove which easily heats up the space.

Bedroom 1:

A double bedroom with windows overlooking the main field and doors leading out to the panera. There is ample storage and a king-sized bed easily fits into the space.

Bedroom 2:

The second double bedroom has views to the main field behind the house and a sky light.

Boiler Room:

The boiler room houses a small sink, toilet, washing machine, oil tank which fuels the central heating and an air heat pump which heats up the water for the house.

2. Small warehouse:

The upper floor is currently being used as a pottery studio and has a Dublin sink with hot water and a wood burning stove. Downstairs is a mixture of storage space, an additional walk-in shower and a bespoke professionally installed wood-fired sauna.

3. The Panera (Typical Asturian granary):

This is currently empty, previously it was used to store grains etc. The roof, balconies and supports were renovated in 2015 in accordance with the requirements set out by the Patrimonio Cultural de Asturias.

4. The barn:

This was traditionally used to store hay on the upper floor whilst cattle were housed on the lower floor. Currently it´s been used as a series of workshop and storage space.

This hasn´t been renovated but subject to planning permission could be converted to extra living space. There is a potential door leading from the main house to the barn. Furthermore, electricity, water and drainage were added from the main house to facilitate this in the future.

Orchard and fields:

The orchard includes a range of fruit and useful trees and shrubs. It was started as a forest garden with the windbreak and canopy zone now well established, however it was never completed.

It contains amongst others; autumn olives, apples (edible and cider), pears, kiwis, persimmons, oranges, Chinese dogwood, pineapple guava, medlars, quinces, figs etc. Whilst there are a range of nut trees (walnut, almond, hazelnut and sweet chestnut) and native oaks, ash etc throughout the property.

An allotment garden was created which is protected by its own fence and has a number of beds, compost heaps, fruit bushes and a gravity fed water butt and watering system.