These are some photos of the house. I'll explain the set up of the house when I take some more photos as it is one big house divided into 2 houses, one half in an ok condition, the other half has dirt floors still. We are going to do the entire roof as a little water enters when it rains, and we run the risk of damage being caused. Once the roof is up bel fidanzato and I will see if we can do some inside work ourselves - maybe chipping away at some interior walls or something. We don't have all the money needed to renovate the entire house - it'll be a work in progress for many years...but hopefully next year we may be able to restore the basic rooms we need to live there. We are also keeping our fingers crossed that we can leave the exterior as it is. It may look run-down to you but that's one of the things I love about the house - the old original stones which are visible on the walls!
Below: The stairs you see lead up to the first floor which may become an entrance...or maybe not. Below the stairs is the ground floor which you will find the cantina, a big room where the goats currently live (not my goats, but I'll happily take over ownership of them if we can,) the outdoor courtyard, wood oven, and some other rooms which could be used for a garage or storage.
This photo is few years old, but you can see all of our land behind me and also you can see the bees which are kept on the land every year. I am not sure the exact measurements of the land but it's massive...lots of room for many donkeys to come and live with us!