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Looking for something special in an exceptional location? Portuguese countryside estate with 61 hectares

Bordeira, Aljezur

Ref: M/4819
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  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
  • Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira
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2,100,000€

Villa for sale in Aljezur - Bordeira

100 year old farmhouse completely renovated 10 years ago. The estate has an area of approximately 61.5 hectares and is set in a beautiful secluded valley only a few kilometres from the coast and beaches of Bordeira and Amado. The buildings measure 1,200sqm with approximately 600sqm for habitation and another 600sqm for the stables and the storehouse.

The property is tastefully decorated featuring natural materials including wood, exposed brick and terracotta tiles. It was built using environmentally friendly methods of construction including use of CEBs (compact earth blocks) which is one of the oldest and most natural forms of building. This ensures that the property benefits from having a high thermal mass enabling it to store solar energy. In winter this provides internal warmth at night and in the summer it cools the interior during the day.

Principle residence:
The main house consists of spacious kitchen, living room with open fire, large mezzanine, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, storage room and garage. The fire in the sitting room has a water deposit connected to radiators located throughout the house offering comfortable living conditions during the winter months. The property also benefits from wood vaulted ceilings offering a wonderful sense of space, light and warmth.

Apartment 1:
Comprising of open kitchen/living area with a fire place, two double bedrooms, large bathroom and private terrace.

Apartment 2:
Comprising of a kitchenette/living room with fire place, one bedroom, a bathroom and private terrace .

The 3 units (main house and 2 apartments) have an adjoining door so they can be used as one, accommodating 12 to 14 people. Telephone and internet work well throughout the properties.

Annex:
There is an additional annex at the back of the main building offering a small apartment with spacious kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and terrace.

Stables and outbuildings:
The stables are 330sqm and consists of 10 boxes, a saddle room, a store room, toilets and a bar. The storehouse has approx. 300sqm and consists of an open area to store and maintain the agriculture machines, a workshop, an office, a large kitchen and toilets.

Land and cultivation:
The land consists of approximately 10 hectares of flat fenced land with several paddocks for horses to graze in the valley. The remaining areas are hills with approximately 30 hectares of cork, oak and indigenous “Medronho” trees. There is also 20 hectares of pine trees which were planted 20 years ago.

The cork trees will be harvested in 2017 and will be ready again in 2021. Pine nuts have been harvested since 2011 and the Medronho fruits are currently used to distil liquor for the owner’s personal consumption.

There is a small dam and a track approximately 5km long which is suitable for hiking, biking or horse riding. All borders are fully fenced.

• Mains electricity
• Mains water
• 2 wells and one pond for irrigation
• 2 septic tanks