GPF42: Watermill River Resort

Pedrógão Grande, Leiria

Price:

€29,000

2,000m2 River Plot with 2 ruins of total 161m2 habitation space to rebuild

Property Advertised by: Owner

Property Description

In a bend of the river PERA, surrounded by shady trees, the small ruins of an old water mill and an old donkey stall is located beside the river on a meadow of 700m2. One of the attractions about this property is that you can easily build your own private river beach: simply dig a good size pool on the meadow near the river, lead the water through it and you’ll have your private pool permanently flooded by fresh water. The ruin can be reconstructed to housing, you can build up to total 161 m² living space.

The plot consisting of a further area levelled approx. 3 meters higher. Here you can install a prefab House and even structurally connect it creatively with the reconstructed ruin on the lower level. A park-like garden can perfectly be created or you can grow vegetables and fruits. Electricity, municipal water and phone/Internet is accessible in the immediate vicinity of this property. You can install solar panels on this property or use the power of the river stream by simply installing a strong water turbine.

Next bigger town Pedrógão Grande with all facilities is 3 km away, exit of IC8 speedway in 800m. 45 minutes by car to the Atlantic Ocean, 220 km to the airports of Lisbon or Porto.

MOSTEIRO is one of the 27 historic Schist Villages in the Central Region of Portugal, a territory of great beauty in fauna and wildlife, that offers unique experiences of trekking and watersports.

This property is predestinated for developers with inventive ideas: besides for private use it can be used for various purposes as optimal gastronomic open air installations, a camp site, or a  river beach. Mosteiro has a near touristic future.

A video of the property and surrounding area can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGxkgRVFOzU

Property Location

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