This stunning property located in Punta Castelo, Corcubión (A Coruña), has a 50,000 square meter (540,000 sq. ft.) plot, most of it inside a walled enclosure. The construction takes 3,000 square meters (32,300 sq. ft.).
These premises are for sale in perfect use and preservation conditions thanks to the restoration and maintenance works carried out by the current owners. It has a stone staircase that serves as a direct access to the beach, exclusive for residents.
It is equipped with woodwork, individual heating and hot water, security lock, armour-plated door, and much more.
This property is located close to the historic centre of Corcubión, the shopping centre, schools, green spaces, sports premises, public transport stop…
Independent parking space.
This singular property was originally built as a defensive fortress. Its aim was, together with the castle located across the estuary, protect and defend the port against pirates and corsairs. This is the reason why this and many other fortifications in the area were built.
Raised during the second half of the 18th century, the stone walls compose the whole enclosure, the battlement, the towers, as well as the building and the paving, inside and outdoors.
This magnificent castle known as “Cardinal Castle” is located in the Corcubión estuary, the same as the mythical cape Finisterre, is the northernmost estuary of the southern coast of Galicia, denominated Rías Baixas, and makes part of the Costa da Morte (or Death Coast).
It is very well communicated and located half an hour from A Coruña and an hour and a half from Santiago de Compostela. Both cities have airports that connect them to the rest of the country and with the most important towns in the world.
It is located in an area that offers most of administrative services while preserving the traditional lifestyle, fishing and shell fishing, as well as other industries.
The town of Corcubión has been awarded in many occasions thanks to its cleanliness and is beauty, and it was declared “Conjunto Histórico-Artístico” (Historical-Artistic Complex) in 1984 and “Municipio Turístico Galego” (Galician Tourist Municipality) in 2000. In the past few years, the tourism attracted by the majesty of the town and its rich natural environment is highlighted.
It is an ideal place for luxury tourism, including spa hotels, creative restaurants, heliport and marina, or simply to live in a natural, coastal, singular and incomparable surrounding.