Masia Antaviana is a large country house that stands out due to its stone walls and beamed ceilings. The house has six bedrooms, all outward-facing and some of which are en suite. It also has a dining room, a fully-equipped kitchen and a living room with fireplace in a cosy open space. The room also has a hot tub and a games room with table football and pool table.
Masia Antaviana is in Coscó, a small town of about 20 people belonging to Oliola. The municipal area is located in the Llobregós valley, a natural region spanning four counties, Anoia, El Solsonès, La Segarra and La Noguera. Used as a defensive line in the past, the valley is characterised by the abundance of border castles and defensive constructions on top of the hills.