Eván de Abajo
Siete Iglesias de Trabancos, Valladolid (Castile-Leon, Spain)
An old country house, on the banks of the river Duero, which comprises a set of three buildings dating back to the 18th-century, which has been restored preserving the original construction. It is located in the centre of farmlands, with a private game reserve, used for agricultural work and cattle farming, within a natural setting of great beauty. The land is crossed by the River Trabancos, creating a very pleasant poplar grove. On the land, you can find the ruins of a fortress made of limestone and river stones, in which we can see two parts: the main wall of the east, which is 23 m long and this flanked by a robust stone tower, 3.Read more
3 m long by 2.3 m wide, with interesting features such as the three arrow slits; the rest of a fortress consists of a circular area of around 45 m in diameter, which is what we can see from the remaining ruins. At the beginning of the 18th-century, a chapel was built next to the main wall.(hide)
- Outside: Garden, Swimming pool.
- Inside: Washing machine, Microwave, Dining room, Kitchen, Shared bathroom, Fireplace, Television, Lounge.
- Languages: Spanish.
- Situation: Isolated area, Outside the village.
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- Land: Mushroom forays, Horse riding, Hiking.
- Sea: Fishing.