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8+2-bedroom palace built in the 16th century in Largo de Santa Clara, one of the most traditional locations in the historic centre of Elvas.
Near the cathedral and Nossa Senhora da Consolação church.
This 3-storey property has 1,060 sq m of gross private area, 530 sq m of exterior area and sits on a 924 sq m plot of land.
The ground floor has the main entrance, an office, stables, barn and patio.
The first floor has two lounges with fireplaces, a dining room, four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a kitchen.
The second and top floor has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a smoke house.
– Views of Elvas
– Smoke house
The palace belonging to the Mesquita Pimentel family.
It was built in the 16th century by Luís de Mesquita Pimentel, a noble knight from the city of Elvas who hosted king Filipe II of Spain in 1580.
The large section of the first Islamic wall that runs around the palace, built in the 9th century, is of great prominence, including the old Temple Gate of the same wall, with its original horseshoe arch and elbow entrance.
The door was discovered in the in the 19th century by its then-owner, Francisco de Paula Santa Clara, a distinguished local historian, printer and intellectual.
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