The 11th-century Creixell castle, which appears in the Generalitat’s Register of Cultural Assets of National Interest, is for sale for 2.95 million euros.
The first documentary references to the castle, which is now a dwelling, date back to 1059, although according to other archaeological sources, it is built on an Iberian-Roman base from the 1st century.
The construction stands on a plot of more than 1,000 square meters and has 1,130 useful square meters (of 1,416 built), according to the announcement published by the Idealista portal.
It has three floors, seven bedrooms, three bathrooms, a terrace of 122 square meters and an auxiliary building of 226 square meters where the old mill was located.
It also has a convent-type interior patio, a private chapel, a cellar, a library with arches and access to the interior patio, a well and a rainwater cistern, a garden and, among others, a tower that protects the main entrance.