El Pujol

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Updated: 10/07/2014

Carretera C-149 de Sanaüja a Solsona



Ms. Genoveva Gómez
+34 93 237 27 56
+34 658 904 509

Secluded, authentically rustic Masia, traditional Catalan manor house (the nearest neighbour is a mile and a quarter away), located at the top of a hill, about 160 yards off a paved local road. Built on the remains of an 11th century watch tower, and extended between the 17th and 19th centuries to four-five floors, the building retain its original features and atmosphere. Within 150 feet of its front door is a big old stone cistern, and slightly further away are substantial stone hay barns sheds; one of them open to a total of 450 square feet. Behind them, we find a big yard and, on one side, a rare square stone tower, an old storing tank for wine, with exterior stone steps leading to access at the top. Further afield, at the end of the yard and at around 500 feet from the house, there is a Romanesque chapel, from the 11th century, that does not belong to the property. The front area of the house is partially enclosed with a stone wall, including some annexes to keep cut wood and for general storage. At the base of the facade, at the opposite end of the main path to the house there is an in-built ‘outdoor’ stone oven in a wall under a wooden porch.