Houses that are 150 years old and in ruin are targets for demolition by many.
However, they hold enormous potential.
The former stone farm home in Galicia, Spain, had exactly this kind of potential, and its owners quickly realized it. It had been abandoned and was falling apart, but now it is a beautiful residential area.
The farmhouse renovations were labor-intensive. The current home is the result of the combination of three older structures.
The new structure is 150 square meters in size and has two stories in addition to the main floor.
A roofed wooden corridor links the central section to the eastern section.
This is a really cool way to make sure water gets from one house to the next, and then to the third.
There is a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, and living area all on the ground floor.
Stone is used extensively for both the inside and exterior. The goal was to rehabilitate the structure while preserving its historic integrity.
Natural materials other than stone were also discovered inside. It’s the ideal wood to use alongside stone.
The white transverse beams further highlight the high ceilings and hardwood furnishings.
And the walls are similarly white. Lighting fixtures in an industrial style were used for aesthetic purposes.
There will be no public access to this area.
Everything changes once you reach the upper floors. The steps are a combination of concrete and metal, and they look great against the stone walls.
They are the stairs to the bedroom in the attic. Because of the skylights, you can rest assured that you will wake up to a starry sky.
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