Spectacular Palace from the 17th Century, País Vasco, Spain – $268,000

Spectacular Palace from the 17th Century, País Vasco, Spain – $268,000

Do you need to own a 17th Century Spanish palace? Of course you do! For $268,000, it is too good an opportunity to let pass by. This palace is in a small village in the countryside of Northern Spain. It has 6 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, and needs renovation. It would be an undertaking – but the architecture is absolutely stunning, and the price cannot be beat.

The dream: Live in your own private Kings Landing! You can be the ruler of the Seven Kingdoms in this gorgeous estate. Renovate and host extravagant events, or open a historical B&B, or possibly a restaurant – endless possibilities for this space.

From the listing (translated):

An impressive palace, ideal for lovers of heritage. It has a spectacular hall that gives the property a majestic entrance and an eaves with unbeatable carved beams.
The property has a constructed area of ​​801 m2 (~2600 sq ft), distributed between three floors, each one of about 289 m2 (950 sq ft). On the ground floor we find the hallway, two multi-functional rooms, a storage room, a chicken coop, and a stable. The first floor has a double height hayloft and the main house, which currently consists of six bedrooms, an alcove, the kitchen with pantry, two rooms and a bathroom. From one of the rooms we access a balcony, facing south, with spectacular views of the surrounding fields. On the second floor we find the impressive covered deck, which highlights an attractive wooden structure. This floor is distributed between four huge attics, a dovecote and two storage rooms.
The building has masonry facades, ashlar masonry and an interior wooden structure. At the same time, it has a ground attached to its rear facade of approximately 63 m2 (200 sq ft). The property, which offers multiple possibilities both for business and for use as a private home, would need to be renovated.

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