FCQ250: Quinta do Pastor da Serra

Seia, Guarda



Historic granite stone house with 347m2 over 3 floors. 4.3ha land with 300 olive trees, fruit trees, oak woodland. Located near pristine river beaches and Seia's amenities.

Property Advertised by: Owner

Property Description

An increasingly rare gem in the Serra da Estrela region.

House / Building:

This charming granite stone building, rich in history and character, is registered as habitation with a 192m2 footprint and an overall construction area of 347m2 over 3 floors.

Within the walls of the courtyard sits the old house, the winery, storage areas and barns (see plans). The whole area is registered as habitation, providing a vast scope for personal renovation ideas.

The walls are solid and all roofs have concrete beams. Interior renovation needed.


Gorgeous rolling meadows spread over 4.3ha (10.6 acres), offering ample space for gardening, farming, and / or recreational use.

Olive trees: Ancient groves with over 300 olive trees, perfect for producing your very own golden olive oil.

Fruit trees: An abundance of seasonal fresh fruit and nuts provided by mature fig, cherry, pear, apple, plum, peach, loquat, grape vines, hazelnut and chestnut trees.

Oak and pine woodland: A well established private oak woodland with a cluster of large pine trees offers winter firewood, summer shade and natural beauty. Within this tranquil space, biodiversity and mushrooms thrive.

Water: A deep borehole and 3 wells provide a reliable and constant water source, essential for the upkeep of the smallholding.

Electricity: Mains electricity connected to property.

Access to the property: short dirt track.


Private peaceful rural setting with breathtaking views to the Serra da Estrela mountain range. Full amenities can be found in the town of Seia, 6km away.

The villages of Sao Miguel and Santa Comba are located 1 and 1.6km away respectively. Oliveira do Hospital 20km. Viseu 46km. Guarda 65km. Coimbra 95km. The nearest airport is in Porto, 160km away.

The surrounding area:

Some of Portugal’s finest river beaches can be found nearby, 6 of which are in Seia alone.

Hiking trails, ancient mountain villages, lakes, waterfalls, can all be found in the serenity of this Serra da Estrela region.

Traditional tascas and restaurants serve delicious Portuguese food.

Indulge in the region’s rich wine and cheese heritage by visiting the local wineries and traditional cheese factories.

The town of Seia has a weekly outdoor farmers market on Wednesday and Saturday mornings.

With its rich cultural heritage, abundante natural beauty and welcoming community, this vibrant area has something for everyone.

Whether you’re dreaming of a tranquil family home, an eco-friendly retreat or a thriving agricultural venture, this charming and picturesque smallholding offers endless possibilities. 

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