Within the Paredes de Coura region Portugal, this charming farmhouse dates from the year 1699 with secondary works in 1703. Located on a farm, the dwelling follows traditional architectural traits found throughout the rural landscape in the north of Portugal.
In order to serve its new purpose for rural tourism the building was enlarged in order to work as an independent house with two bedrooms and a studio room. Facing south, the “L” shaped house allows the best use of its solar orientation with the creation of individual outdoor spaces that have separate access from each house. The reworked farmer house now functions as an independent building destined for modern rural tourism.