Casa de la Peña

Rectangular building built with quartzite masonry, partially plastered, and covered with four slopes with rustic-cut slate slabs nailed to the canning of the armor.

Structured on two floors and under-deck, the stables are located on the ground floor, which occupy three-quarters of the useful space, the kitchen and a large hall from which the stairs leading to the first floor start, organized in three differentiated spaces: room, rooms and warehouse where the tuñas and other family supplies are kept. It is worth noting the large useful surface that reaches the under-deck space destined for the attic and drying room. .


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