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fabulous recently restored, traditional Alentejan
farmhouse, has 3 en-suite bedrooms and extensive grounds.
It is situated in the Parque Natural da Serra de São
Mamede, near the medieval village of Marvão.
This is an ideal self sufficiency project or would
make a spacious home without the concern of new building
location - Portugal
house is made of 70cm thick stone walls, with a new, well insulated roof and double
glazing throughout. Generously proportioned rooms and fully glazed doors give
the property a feeling of space. Original features, beams and stone floors have
been retained where possible and sympathetic uses of natural materials have been
used to complement this. All ceilings are beamed except for the sitting room.
for the house is from a filtered borehole, situated amongst an olive grove, and
is plumbed ready to extend its use for a pool and irrigation. The property has
mains electricity, gas by cylinder and the telephone is connected, on which ADSL
broadband is available.
there is a large kitchen breakfast room featuring a high beamed ceiling. Kitchen
breakfast roomSteps lead down from the kitchen to the cosy dining room. The spacious
sitting room, with wood burning stove, opens out to the garden.
stairs, with a handrail reclaimed from old beams, lead up to a mezzanine office
area with views out across the garden. Two double bedrooms are accessed from this.
Both have en-suite shower rooms and high beamed ceilings.
door leads from the kitchen to a large garage with workshop and a utility room.
There are also steps that lead up to the third bedroom/guest accommodation. This
consists of a large double bed sitting room with en-suite shower room and a dressing
room, which could easily be converted to a kitchenette. There is another door
which leads out to the side of the property. The guest suite could easily be used
for self-contained letting.
house sits in 3 hectares (approx 7.5 acres) of very attractive grounds. These
are terraced with olive, cork oak, fruit trees and a vineyard. There are 3 small
ruins and 2 pig houses, which could be used for animals or storage, or converted
to accommodation with the necessary planning permission. There is also a well,
3 small natural ponds which always have water and 2 small streams, one of which
flows all year. There are stunning views down the valley.
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