The property is listed as one of the most original mountain-style buildings in Cantabria, thanks to the uniqueness of its architectural elements, which have been preserved over time. In historical files it is mentioned that the property was the manor house of a knight of the Order of Santiago, born in Riva in the year 1655.
It is a sober construction of a square plan with a pitched roof covered in clay tiles and three three heights; A chapel attached to the main building is incorporated into the complex, with a stone steeple, which preserves a beautiful wooden altarpiece in the Baroque style.
The main access to the house is made from an elegant doorway with 3 semicircular arches and two balconies with an iron railing, among which is the large coat of arms of the family that built the house, carved in stone. The south façade highlights the traditional solarium that runs along the first floor of the house and which has an original design.
The large hall on the ground floor, with stone floors, gives way to the rooms on this floor and the access staircase to the upper floors. On the first floor is the house, which consists of an entrance hall, 5 bedrooms, a living room, a dining room, a kitchen and 2 bathrooms. On the south facade of the second floor there are 2 rooms (old bedrooms) whose windows open onto the utility room. The attic of the ground floor has a sloping ceiling and on its south side it incorporates a gallery open to the outside.
This original house has a total of 914 m² built and is located within an estate, fenced by a high stone wall, with an area of 8.713 m².
Its privileged location, in a peaceful valley and its excellent communication, is another of the attractions of this property, which, thanks to its extensive renovation, will allow its new owners to design spaces to their liking.
An idyllic setting in eastern Cantabria, in the Alto Asón region, in a small municipality that still retains its rural charm and is only 50 km away. from Santander, 80 km. from Bilbao and 370 km. from Madrid.