GRT105: Quinta Grande

Tomar, Santarém

Price:

€105,000

6ha Organic farm with building to renovate

Property Advertised by: Licensed Estate Agent

Property Description

Beautiful organic farm with 6 hectares, and building to renovate near the historic town of Tomar. Good access to the quinta which has many olive and fruit trees. Nice country views!

The land has not been farmed for many decades, and nearby there is another organic farm growing herbs and forest fruits, hence the land is free of any pollutants and very fertile, making it most suitable for organic farming.

On the land there is a large rural building which could be renovated and turned into a spacious farmhouse. Additionally, some of the land is within the urban perimeter of a village making it possible to obtain building permission to build a new house. The property has good access.

The property has many olive trees, fig trees, vines, cork oaks and native pine trees.

There are no eucalyptus in this region of Portugal, only native species, and the land is flat and fertile, perfect for farming.

There is no water on the land, so a borehole will be necessary for crop irrigation, but mains water runs nearby. Electricity mains are also only a few meters away, making connection to the grid possible and easy to obtain.

The property is situated 10km from the intriguing and fascinating town of Tomar, one of the most influential towns of the Iberian Peninsula in medieval times. It was then the religious centre for the Knights’ Templars. This secretive and powerful religious order once ruled from the Convento de Cristo, and this expansive religious complex, which is part castle part convent, is regarded as one of Portugal’s finest national monuments and a UNESCO heritage site.

The town of Tomar is very scenic; set along the banks of the Nabão River and filled with ancient churches, pretty cobbled streets and traditional houses.

Tomar has a pleasant relaxed ambience and is the perfect location to unwind and absorb the Portuguese way of life.

Lisbon is an hour away by car, and two hours on the train.

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