After decades without inhabitants, the abandoned village of Matandrino, located about three kilometers from the Segovian town of Prádena, has been sold for 100,000 euros. This district ceased to have inhabitants in 1963 and since then it lacks electricity or running water while its streets have gradually deteriorated over time, but it recently went up for sale on a real estate portal.
"The sale offer for Matandrino was 100,000 euros, and now that the operation has finally been closed, it only remains to see how its buyers take advantage of this village full of potential," they pointed out this Monday from the idealista portal.
In February it was announced that the purchase of 75 percent of the town was about to close.
The real estate firm Segodomus, which has been in charge of managing the operation, confirmed to idealista/news that the deposit has already been signed and is awaiting signature at the notary's office.
At the moment, the buyers have not wanted to give details about their plans for the municipality, but according to the real estate agency, most of the offers they have received were from people interested in developing projects related to rural tourism, either with a tourist complex, with houses individuals or with an ecovillage, reports Ical.
Matandrino was definitively abandoned in 1963 when Doña Gregoria, its last neighbor, decided to move to Prádena. The eight buildings that the town owns today are all in poor condition. After almost sixty years since the end of its activity, the streets have been deteriorated over time, but the privileged location of the municipality makes it a point of interest for buyers. It is next to the N-110, 48 kilometers from Segovia, ten minutes by car from Prádena and with views of the Sierra de Montes Carpetaños.