Casa da Cascata – PD0274 – **SOLD**

Casa da Cascata

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Casa da Cascata


Traditional schist stone house located in one of the most iconic places of the municipality of Góis, the “Cortada”.

The “Cortada” is a place in the river Ceira that was object of a cut in the rock of the mountain to proceed to the use of the river bed for the practice of agriculture, being the river course diverted creating an idyllic wild river beach with a fabulous cascade and a large and deep pond of crystalline waters. The house was acquired by new owners a few years ago that with great creativity gave a new life to this building that was in ruins and turned it into an architectural piece of value taking advantage of the rocky aesthetics and natural luminosity to make this interior space extremely pleasant and comfortable, with wood-burning stove, a toilet with shower, a mezzanine also serving as a wideness advantage and translating into a sense of space. A living room and a kitchen as an open area fit here in this formidable space that also enjoys privileged views of the wild beach from its terrace that has been carefully constructed with traditional materials such as schist slate and wood. This is an off grid property with solar panels for power generation. The land that belongs to this house extends on the slope on both sides and part with the river. Next to the house is a storage room that houses the batteries and the water heater.

Included in the property are 2 other buildings, a registered house for habitation in ruins, larger than the one that was renovated, with 56.8m2 and also a registered storage house in ruins that was once mill for making flower from corn.

This is a property that appeals to the most daring by its isolation, surroundings and location.

Small village at 2 km with coffee shop and grocery store, and village with all amenities 17km.





Góis, 3330, Portugal  
Property Type
Other Rooms
House Area (m2)
40 + 56  
Habitable Area (m2)
80 +120  
Land Area (m2)
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