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Farm with a 27-room manor house, including 20 bedrooms, in Aveiras de Cima, built in the year 1800.
The farm was the seat of a larger property belonging to the Order of Santiago. Until 1834 (when the Orders ceased to exist) it was the income property of the Santos Monastery in Lisbon. The farm building was the home of the Monteiro-Mor (Royal Huntsman), who was responsible for managing the property.
This 640 sq m building has 27 rooms on three levels:
The ground floor has the winepress and wine cellar.
On the upper floors there are 27 rooms, 20 of which are bedrooms, spread over the two floors. The first floor has 14 rooms.
It also has a chapel with walls and vestiges of Manueline design, but in an advanced state of disrepair.
– Distillation boiler
– Caretaker’s house
The great grandfather of the current owners cultivated vines at Quinta do Mor and introduced new grape varieties to Portugal; this pioneering spirit earned him several awards in France.
A condominium can be developed on this property with six houses (each with its own private garden) and leisure areas, swimming pool, playing field, 9-hole golf course, among other assets.
Boasting 943km of coastline and architecture reflective of its rich history, Portugal was voted ‘Best Destination in Europe’ at the 2020 World Travel Awards for the 4th consecutive year. The Portuguese enjoy over 300 days of sunshine a year, an unrivalled quality of life, and Europe’s wildest beaches.
Portugal ranks as the 3rd safest country in the world with the 4th most powerful passport in Europe.
The nation with the oldest borders in Europe is also at the forefront of innovation, dubbed a European tech hub, ranking 2nd in Europe for the quality of its skilled labour.
The westernmost country in Europe, famous for its wines and cuisine, arts and culture that span centuries and continents, influenced and inspired by ties with times past.