MEDIEVAL INSPIRATION IN BARCENA DE PIE DE CONCHA
Stone House in Barcena de Pie de Concha
Living in a Castle-like house in one of the most beautiful villages of our Cantabria Infinita, in Bárcena de Pie de Concha.
Gorgeous property built in ashlar masonry stone, certainly a unique building. A house inspired by medieval architecture on its outside, with all types of comforts for modern life inside.
A beautiful stone stairway joins the central door of the southern façade of the house.
The open hall with double height ceilings, the large living room with fireplace, spacious bedrooms to accommodate a large family, and its fantastic rustic kitchen with island will truly captivate you.
You will fall in love with its wooden west-facing porch surrounded by trees, overlooking its large estate, ideal for sharing with family and friends unforgettable evenings surrounded by the natural beauty of the Besaya Valley.
Spectacular ten thousand square meter estate, a garden surrounding the entire property, and a magnificent plot with horse stables.
- Type of propertySingle House
- Living area / Built354 m2 / 464 m2
- Plot surface9231 m2
- Bedrooms4 bedrooms
- Bathrooms2 bathrooms
- Toilets1 toilets
Location and its
Barcena Pie De Concha
Bárcena de Pie de Concha is a typical town of Cantabria, one of the most beautiful and green places of our Cantabria Infinita. A municipality in the autonomous community of Cantabria (Spain), located in the Iguña Valley. It borders to the south with Pesquera, Santiurde de Reinosa and San Miguel de Aguayo, to the north and east with Molledo and to the west with Arenas de Iguña, Hermandad de Campoo de Suso and Los Tojos.
It is a town strategically located between the plateau and the sea, the Roman road that crossed its territory joined Julióbriga (near Reinosa) with Portus Blendium (Suances). Currently, a section of one of 5 km it is conserved between Pie de Concha and Somaconcha, still in use and crosses places of great enchantment and beauty. There are various hermitages and churches of Romanesque style, highlights the Romanesque church of Bárcena de Pie de Concha, of the first half of the 12th century, of a single nave as is characteristic in the Romanesque of the Besaya basin, which keeps a beautiful image of the seated Virgin with the Child of the XIII century.