Property descriptionFor sale through Curbsy: Imagine living on a street with only a handful of neighbours, in the middle of the countryside, and yet still be in the island's capital. This house is still serving its present owners well for their farming and storing needs. Years ago this was their home where they lived quite happily, a floor above their farm animals.
The ground floor starts off with a large room, originally the cart room but currently being used as a garage, which connects to the courtyard. This large room could be converted into a lounge area, as there is ample parking space outside. The courtyard has a well, four quaint rooms around it and a staircase leading to the first floor.
These rooms, originally used as cattle pens and cowsheds, have gorgeous arches and features that have been so well preserved, it's like stepping back in time. When our team visited this property, they were excited about all the potential this place had.
Going up to the first floor, which was built later, there are three main rooms, a small room and a toilet. The rooms at the front look over the courtyard, while the back rooms look out over the garden and the countryside beyond. Ideally, this floor would be converted to better reflect the authenticity of the ground floor.
From the courtyard, you can access the garage roof from the quaintest of external staircases. This spot would make a fine roof terrace, measuring 25 square metres. From here the views and ambience are second to none.
At the back of this home, there are traditional but rare waterspouts in perfect condition. There is a huge 300 square metre garden, which can be accessed through the back ground floor room or by the side alleyway.
More photos and information are available on the Curbsy website.
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