BTH198: Casa Diana

Arganil, Coimbra



Large, off grid, schist house made into 2 apartments. 200m from spectacular waterfalls

Property Advertised by: Owner

Property Description

Only at 200m from the spectacular Fraga da Pena waterfalls, this large schist house, separated into two self contained, spacious apartments, with one bed for each apartment and one possible small second bed for upstairs. Have been lovingly renovated to a high standard with bespoke kitchens, chestnut doors and windows which all add to the unique charm and character.

The house with 153m2 offers luxurious off grid living in an ideal location, benefitting from solar and hydro electricity and water heated by the sun, Morso woodburning stoves, wood powered central heating and additional gas connection. Mains electricity is close by making connection to the grid an easy option should you wish.

Both apartments have views over a meandering valley of terraces and chestnut woodland and land bordering 100m of river which runs all year round. This is a real treasure of a place and will make a very special home in a magical setting.

The property offers easy access and parking for two vehicles. With it’s surrounding patios makes around 300m2 which offer sun or shade throughout the sunny months and the thick stone walls make the houses cool in the summer and cosy in the winter. The circular kitchen garden provides an enclosed flat area and the cobbled courtyard garden which offers a secluded haven accessed by the lower apartment.

Uniquely situated 200m from the breathtaking waterfalls of Fraga da Pena and tucked off a quiet mountain road, in the heart of the Mata Da Margaraca National Park – ‘Happy Valley’ in the thriving community of Benfeita, Arganil.

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