The original “L”-shaped complex was expanded at the end of 1700, giving the entire construction the image of the 18th century. At its entrance, a large patio was then developed, with all the different agricultural units located around it, around which the current village of Rosende was organized when it was transformed into a plaza.
On the other hand, in the back a paved patio was created closed by an austere building that housed the stables. The building has been restored, fully maintaining its original construction with thick granite walls, floors made of centuries-old chestnut planks on solid beams, and ceilings made of rustic wooden craftsmanship.
With identical criteria, the original furniture of the Pazo has been preserved, which provides a unique authenticity that will transport us to an unforgettable 18th century atmosphere: the chapel, the solaina, the lareira, together with the large cellars, among other corners, show the visitor the nobility and charms of this house almost frozen in time.