Mas Masaller is a 13th-century farmhouse that was formerly dedicated to agriculture, cattle rearing and winemaking.

The ground floor of Mas Masaller still displays all of its original layout of stables. The wine barrels are integrated into the dining-room.

Outside the house, in what was formerly the vegetable garden, there is now a garden of some 500 m², fully enclosed by a stone wall and containing the house’s well and plant nursery.

The ground floor of Mas Masaller still displays all of its original layout of stables. The wine barrels are integrated into the dining-room.

Although Mas Masaller maintains its original structure, over time the farm has undergone some renovations. It can be observed clearly in the main hall, where the barn was built in the farmhouse leaving the front of the house inside the hall.

In the kitchen original features such as stone sink, hood fireplace and bread oven still remain.

 

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