How do you say “in the country” in Spanish when referring to a house?

February 8, 2009 7 Comments
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Kristine R asked:




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7 Comments to “How do you say “in the country” in Spanish when referring to a house?”
  1. It can be many words :Campo, Afuera de la ciudad, Rancho,

  2. boldlyjim says:

    Una Casa en el Campo

  3. I would say “Campestre” or “Zona rural”

  4. Kino says:

    When referring to real estate you will not call it a house “En el campo”
    The term is just not applied like that to real estate.

    If you are looking for a country house you can check “Una casa campestre” – meaning “Country house” However that will mean that the house can be a bit rudimentary also – not having all utilities so make sure what amneities the house has.

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