17th Century Flour Mill, Cozy and Renovated, at the Foot of Canyon Wall Next to the Río Cabra – Torre de las Arcas, Spain – $130,956

Coquettish flour mill from the 17th century located at the foot of the Cabra river in one of its narrowings, and which crosses part of the Sierra de San Just. About 800 meters from the town, Torre de las Arcas, a municipality within the Comarca de las Cuencas Mineras Turolenses, close to the border with the Andorra-Sierra de Arcos region. On the other hand, the Martín River acts as a biological corridor between the Iberian mountains and the Ebro valley, making part of the municipality classified as a Site of Community Importance.

In this rich region we find a diversity of landscapes: riverside forests, pine forests of red earth covered with heather, mountain ranges, canyons and deep ravines; and smells of thyme, lavender and chamomile.

This old mill was completely restored in the year 2000 respecting the old construction and the grinding stone and providing it with the comforts for modern life.
17th Century Flour Mill, Cozy and Renovated, at the Foot of Canyon Wall Next to the Río Cabra – Torre de las Arcas, Spain – $130,956

Good Monday morning! A 17th Century flour mill in Aragon Spain! Located at the foot of a canyon wall, next the Río Cabra, cozy and well-renovated!

This old mill is set in such majestic scenery! It looks ancient from the exterior but inside it’s been renovated to a comfortable standard. It feels so earthy and organic, and a little bit magical.

From the listing on Rusticas Singulares:

Coquettish flour mill from the 17th century located at the foot of the Cabra river in one of its narrowings, and which crosses part of the Sierra de San Just. About 800 meters from the town, Torre de las Arcas, a municipality within the Comarca de las Cuencas Mineras Turolenses, close to the border with the Andorra-Sierra de Arcos region. On the other hand, the Martín River acts as a biological corridor between the Iberian mountains and the Ebro valley, making part of the municipality classified as a Site of Community Importance.

In this rich region we find a diversity of landscapes: riverside forests, pine forests of red earth covered with heather, mountain ranges, canyons and deep ravines; and smells of thyme, lavender and chamomile.

This old mill was completely restored in the year 2000 respecting the old construction and the grinding stone and providing it with the comforts for modern life.

The house has approximately 230 m² and is distributed on two floors plus a loft. On the ground floor we find the complete kitchen, the living room with fireplace and the bathroom. And on the upper floor there are two spacious bedrooms. Electric generator and the water is from the town network (at 800m).

An opportunity to enjoy this rich land in a unique way. Do you dare?

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