Casa del Barco

Set consisting of a house, a granary (with corridor and apron) and several auxiliary units.

The main building is from the 18th century, with subsequent renovations in the 19th and 20th centuries. As it has come to our days, it is configured as a rectangular-plan property with two floors and a large space under the roof. The main façade presents a porticoed space on the lower floor, supported by columns and wooden footings, which gives way to a gallery of wood and glass on the upper floor. The roof, made of slate slabs, is highly developed and has two dormers that open between the skirt that flows towards the main façade.

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