Renovated Farm Compound in Northern Spain - the Spanish Pyrenees

This property consists of three traditional Pyrenean farm buildings — “bordas,” in the local Ara...

This property consists of three traditional Pyrenean farm buildings — “bordas,” in the local Aranese language — that were renovated and reconfigured in 2000 to create a “coto,” or compound, with a total of six bedrooms. Where possible, the original stone and wood were retained or refinished in the renovation, said Keith Kirwen, aproperty consultant in the Val d’Aran who is brokering the sale on behalf of the owner. Exteriors are native stone, the roofs slate. The interior walls are lime plaster, and the wooden beams and trimwork are cherry, oak and fir. An oil furnace powers a radiant-heat system throughout the compound. - nytimes 

 The barn and the house on the property have been joined by a passageway, creating a total of about 5,100 square feet of interior space. The first floor of the main house is configured as a great room, housing a double-height living area with a fireplace and mountain views, a dining area, and an eat-in kitchen. The kitchen counters are stainless steel, and top-of-the-line appliances include a Lacanche gas range. - nytimes

This property in the Val d’Aran is on the market for 3 million Euros ($4.1 million).It consists of three traditional Pyrenean farm buildings. The main house, center, was connected to an outbuilding when the compound was renovated starting in 2000. - nytimes 

The view from the living area. The property is on the Spanish side of the Val d’Aran, which begins on the French border and meanders southward into Spain. - nytimes 

The main living area, with a mezzanine to the left that leads to bedrooms on the second floor. - nytimes 

A Lacanche gas range, center, is a highlight of the eat-in kitchen, which has stainless steel countertops. - nytimes 

A recreation room on the top floor of the former barn, which has been connected to the main house. - nytimes

The master bedroom. Where possible, the renovation preserved the original wood beams and trim. - nytimes

A sleeping area in the barn. - nytimes 

A view of the recording studio in the annex; it currently has professional-quality equipment, and walls and part of the ceiling are lined with acoustic panels. - nytimes 

Across a cobblestone courtyard, a former stable now accommodates a professional-grade recording studio and garage space for three cars. The upper level has an exercise room, a sauna and a bath. - nytimes 

The house and barn are joined by a parlor, seen at right. - nytimes 

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A view of the Val d'Aran. Many of the 10,000 inhabitants speak three languages: Spanish, Catalan and the local tongue, Aranese. - nytimes

Location: Val d’Aran, Spain - the Spanish Pyrenees
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