The property was originally an old defensive tower from the fifteenth century where families of illustrious Riojan lineages lived who, next to the tower, built the great manor house that remains today. The current building was renovated at the beginning of the 20th century and subsequently underwent a complete rehabilitation of its structural stability and the modification of holes until it reached its current state. The large masonry stones of its walls and the sobriety of its rooms offer a magnificent example of Rioja's noble architecture.
The construction consists of a ground floor and two upper floors. The ground floor houses a large entrance hall that gives access to a large living room, kitchen with dining area, utility room and cellar. Going up the L-shaped stairs, we find the first floor with a living room, kitchen with pantry, 4 bedrooms and a bathroom. Finally, the third floor is a diaphanous space for multiple uses. From the ground floor you access a plot of 200 m², fenced with stone wall and with direct entry from the street, which can be set up as a garden or parking area. The house has heating and all municipal services.
Cellorigo is the oldest town in the area located in the extreme north of the Riojana Community. Its strategic location, protected by the Obarenes mountains, makes it a natural viewpoint from which much of the Rioja Alta can be seen, a natural spectacle of small villages and vineyards in the Oja and Tirón valleys. Only 10 km away is Miranda de Ebro, in the province of Burgos. Haro, the wine capital of Rioja, is 19 km away, and Vitoria, in the Basque Country, only 47 km away.