Excellent Masia in good condition in the E’scala Mas Japot.

1,500,000.00 €

The house has a surface area of ​​860 meters, they are 659 meters
sheds and barns, and a patio of 591 meters. All this surrounded by a stone wall.
The property has an area of ​​2.7 hectares that adjoins the
drives from L’Escala to La Bisbal del Montgri, and with a farm that is for sale.
Located in L’Escala, a beautiful town belonging to the Costa Brava
in Girona. Surrounded by the typical rocky beaches of the area. In the town
there are the ruins of the Greco-Roman city of Ampurias. The town bases
its economy in the tourist activity coming from Barcelona and France.
The farmhouse worked as a disco-restaurant for fifteen years. It is located 1.30 hours from Barcelona, ​​40 minutes from Girona and 12 minutes from Torroella de Montgri.
L’Escala
Its name is known in many corners of the planet due to the excellence of one of its main industries, anchovy salting. During your visit to l’Escala, you can visit some of its factories to observe its traditional manufacturing process and the anchovy and salt museum.

In addition to enjoying beaches and coves such as Cala Montgó, Platja de Riells or Cala Illa Mateua, you will also have the opportunity to discover the gateway to the Iberian Peninsula of Greek and Roman cultures by visiting the Empúries Archaeological Site.
A few meters from the site is the medieval town of Sant Martí d’Empúries, another highly recommended visit during your stay in l’Escala.
what to see
In the old town, next to the Town Hall, there are some buildings where it is worth stopping. There is, for example, the church of Sant Pere (1682), in honor of the patron saint of fishermen, which began to be built in 1701. It consists of a single nave with a polygonal chancel and side chapels.

From the 17th century is the old Alfolí de la Sal or Pòsit Vell. It is a construction with a basilica floor plan that served as a salt market, customs, warehouse and warehouse, and which has been declared a Historic-Artistic Monument.
It is worth paying attention to the fishermen’s houses, some open to the public. With traditional, popular and simple architecture, they are whitewashed and many have, in addition to an interior patio or in front of the entrance, a warehouse to store work utensils, predominantly for fishing but also vats for making wine, which, together with the olive trees, was the town’s other source of income.
For literature fans, it will be interesting to enter the Casa Albert, the building where Caterina Albert was born, an illustrious daughter of the town, known by the pseudonym of Víctor Català and author of Solitude, among other writings.

The Old Cemetery, a popular neoclassical work, has been declared a Cultural Asset of National Interest by the Generalitat de Catalunya and is also worth a visit.
In the municipality we can approach the core of Sant Martí d’Empúries, origin of today’s L’Escala, which preserves part of the old medieval wall, remains of the castle and stately homes. You can also see a church from the 16th century, in the late Gothic style.
The ruins of Empúries are located to the north of Sant Martí. You can see the excavations of the Greek city and the museum, which belongs to the Archeology Museum of Catalonia. The view of the whole complex, near the beach, is spectacular.
Also of interest are the Corts farmhouse (with the pre-Romanesque church of Sant Vicenç), Vilanera, Cinclaus and other archaeological sites dating from the Palaeolithic age (Riells) to the Bronze Age (Mountain Rodona).

Basic Facts

Date added: 11/04/22 Post Updated: 2022-04-11 10:41:21 Bedrooms: 7 Bathrooms: 3
Floors: 3 Area: 2.7 acres Lot size: 860 m² Year built: 1701
Status: Type: Referencia / Reference: V-ES4070

Features

Air Conditioning
Barbacue
Chimney
Garage (eng)
Terrace

Amenities

Independent kitchen

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This style property is located in is currently and has been listed on Scatrealty. This property is listed at 1,500,000.00 €. It has 7 beds bedrooms, 3 baths bathrooms, and is 2.7 acres. The property was built in 1701 year.