FFT395: Casa Pina Falcão – RESERVED

Mação, Santarém



Current Status:Reserved

Old manor house in the historic part of the village ideal for rural tourism

Property Advertised by: Owner

Property Description

Casa Pina Falcão is a manor house, originating from the 18th century, being a reference in the village.

With two floors, it has an area of 574m2, where 14 large divisions, including 4 bedrooms, fit. Many of the walls are painted with geometric, colourfull drawings. A magnificent marble stair provides access to the first floor.

It has a private large walled garden with fruit trees and area of 541m2. The house and the garden are delimited by three streets, providing exceptional access to the property, but still with total privacy.

The house presents 7 balconies in the main facade and a very large, sunny, balcony oriented to south, providing an amazing view over the landscape, which goes beyond the Tagus river, over more than 20Kms.

The house is very well situated, in the historic part of the village. Being at its border, while towards south it provides a great sight that goes beyond the Tagus river, to the north it provides direct access to the old village area.

It is located only 6 Km from one of the main country highways (A23) and 10Kms from the train, making it just 1h40 away from Lisbon.

Next to the property, only separated by a street, a 6ha land, with olives, grapes, pear, apples, oranges, lemon trees, lime and cork tree, as well as water springs, may complement the deal.

The same applies to a set of other independent, smaller three houses, able to add 10 additional rooms. As an all, the properties have a high potential for agriculture and tourism of all forms.

Property Location

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