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Herdade da Negrita is located in Baixo Alentejo, district of Beja, municipality of Moura, parish of Santo Aleixo da Restauração.
It is one of the oldest estates in the Alentejo and one of the largest in terms of area, covering 1,800 hectares.
Overall, it comprises several buildings, among which we can highlight the Monte da Negrita and its surrounding structures, now earmarked as a rural tourism project.
This is a property that is particularly suitable for cattle and pig breeding, where you can have a large herd of cattle.
The property is completely fenced and landscaped so that it is possible to manage the cattle and maintain the quality of the soil and pastures.
It also has a significant area of traditional Alentejo cork oak forest, which allows for annual cork harvesting and in 9 years it is possible to remove about 33,000@ of cork. In addition, and as a form of long-term property development, it had about 30,000 new cork oaks planted around 3 years ago.
There is also an area of pine forest interspersed with cork oaks, which allows for a diversification of the forest.
The property is a private hunting ground, which can provide an attractive income in this area, and can be linked to the tourism sector, creating hunting tourism programmes.
Electricity is provided by the National Electricity Network and the property has its own transformer substation. The water is piped to the main building and comes from several wells on the property.
– Building footprint: 1,832.55 sq m
– Main Accommodation: three houses with five bedrooms each
– Various halls and recreational spaces
– House on a dam with six bedrooms
– Private chapel
– Various buildings for workers spread across the property
– Various agricultural support facilities
– Seven tractors of various types intended for various works on the property
– Property subsidies (RPBs and others)
– Tourism potential
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