ADH87: Quinta do Calvo – SOLD STC

Castelo Branco, Castelo Branco

Price:

€87,500

Current Status:SOLD Subject to Contract

70m2 granite stone house. Land with 1.7ha, with the house located in the middle

Property Advertised by: Licensed Estate Agent

Property Description

Great smallholding in idyllic setting with an abundance of fruit and olive trees. 70m2 granite stone house. Great views. 1km to village of Lardosa. 16km to Castelo Branco.

The Quinta do Calvo is set in beautiful Portuguese countryside with excellent far reaching views to the Serra da Gardunha mountains. The village of Lardosa, where there are numerous bar/cafes etc is 1km away. Castelo Branco is 16km away, Fundão is a 15 minute drive and the Marateca lake for a summer swim is a mere 3.5km.

The quinta is a very pretty smallholding with a land size of 1.7ha (4.2 acres), consisting of one big meadow with the house located in the middle. The land is flat and easy to maintain. There is an abundance of trees, around 100 olive trees, some pine trees, orange ad tangerine trees, lemons, apples, pears, fig, loquats and lots of grape vines. There are two big water wells and lots of space for vegetable growing.

The house is made of granite stone and has a 70m2 footprint. The walls are pointed inside and out. There is a nice patio area under the chestnut beamed roof. The roof is new and insulated. The floor is tiled throughout. The kitchen needs to be fitted but the plumbing, gas and electrics are in place. The house consists of a kitchen living/dining room, 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom, and a covered patio. The bathroom is just being fitted with a shower, toilet and washbasin. Electricity is connected.

 

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