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Farm and Raúl Lino villa in Torres Novas. Situated 2 km from the A23 motorway, 10 minutes from Golegã and one hour from Lisbon.
This 2.5 hectare farm has a total construction area of 1,450 sq m. It consists of a villa and several residential buildings, party area, a paddock and gardens. It can be transformed into a rural holiday attraction with horse breeding.
Description of the farm:
The 591 sq m villa is over four levels:
The ground floor has three lounges, an office, a bathroom, a dining room, a kitchen and staircase to the upper and lower floors.
The bedroom floor includes a suite with a bathroom and space for a closet or office, four bedrooms sharing a bathroom and a separate closet.
The turret floor has a tower with fireplace and unobstructed views over the farm and surroundings.
The lower floor has a billiard room and two more lounges
There are a number of buildings around the villa:
– 211 sq m single-storey building facing the farm courtyard with three houses
– 400 sq m building with a kitchen for the organisation of events and a wine cellar
– 250 sq m building with stables and storage
– Building with a bedroom, lounge, dining room, bathroom and kitchen and storage next to the paddock
– 3 wells
– Billiard room
– Events room
– Wine cellar
Located in the centre of the country, Santarém is the capital of the Ribatejo. Easily accessible by road and rail, Santarém is renowned for bullfighting, its Gothic architecture and gastronomy. Here you will find an extremely rich historical and cultural heritage, from Roman ruins to 12th, 13th and 14th century churches, convents and monasteries, from the Portas do Sol to the Porta de Santiago. Other highlights include the Railway Museum, the Campo Fernando Peralta museum, the Municipal Market, the Manueline Window in Praça Sá da Bandeira and the Algar do Pena Cave, with what is thought to be the largest underground chamber in Portugal.
Santarém stands on the top of a plateau with views over the fertile livestock and crop-producing Ribatejo plain (lezíria). Its proximity to the fish-rich River Tagus explains why this is a region renowned for its food. It is also well-known for its wine.