The building is a clear example of this type of rural constructions, typical in the Maestrazgo Turolense region, which were built to accommodate workers, tools and animals used for the agricultural works. In general, the materials used are the typical ones in the area. Stone walls and wooden carpentry, with pitched roof built in Spanish tiles.
The house has two floors and a total built area of 370m2. On the first floor, there is a large landing, living room with fireplace and a large dining room, a studio with library, a bedroom with bathroom, fully equipped kitchen with dining area and courtesy toilet.
The ground floor has the master bedroom with dressing room, bathroom and direct access to the terrace; two bedrooms that share a bathroom and a bedroom with bathroom.
The house has central heating; earthenware and ceramic tiled floors in the bathrooms. The inner walls are built in stone and the coffered ceiling with wooden beams has been preserved. Electricity is supplied by generator and solar panels; water from a well and there is a septic tank.
The estate surrounding the building has a surface area of 140Ha of scrubland with rockroses, savins, pine trees and poplars. One of the boundaries of the estate is the Guadalope river, tributary of the Ebro river. Next to the country house, there is a natural lagoon which offers a pleasant surrounding area where finding fossils from the Cretaceous Era.
The property is located 2km from Villarroya de los Pinares, with access through forest track in good conditions. The town, which has all the services, is a historical-artistic setting thanks to the unique buildings that have been preserved in its urban area. It is 54km from Teruel.
Very close to the estate, there are amazing leisure attractions such as the Aliaga Geological Park or the skiing station of Valdelinares.