This is a cubic construction built towards the middle of the 19th century and it is a perfect example of this type of mountain houses built on stone and with hipped roofs. With very simple lines, the façade has been rendered leaving the underlying stone exposed in the windows, doors and corners. The interior is distributed in three floors: ground floor that originally had the animal stables and the cellar; first floor with the rooms for the family; and the loft to store the fields produce.
Currently the building is in need of renovation, it has a reception room, kitchen and pantry, 5 bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside, next to the main façade there is a stone barn with 35m² where we can find the old round oven adjacent to the dwelling. This is perfect to be converted into a garage. The rear façade of the house opens to a wonderful 2000m² prairie area, ideal as a garden and vegetable patch.
It is located in the north of the Burgos Province, in the region of Las Encartaciones, with a great natural diversity and very well preserved, with beech, oak and other forests. A paradise for nature lovers. 45km from Bilbao and 100km from the capital of Burgos.