JBG289: Casa das 3 Marias

Figueiró dos Vinhos, Leiria



Restored farmhouse, 4 bedrooms, private apartment. Land with 1,200m2

Property Advertised by: Owner

Property Description

A lovingly restored traditional stone built farmhouse situated in a small village near to Vila Facaia, and Figueiro dos Vinhos in the heart of Portugal. We have been operating for the last seven years as bed and breakfast accommodation, with an Alojamento Local licence. Price is to include all guest room furniture/beds etc


1 ground floor guest room (14m2) with en-suite shower room, wc & bidet, tiled floors, radiators, free standing wardrobe & bedside tables.

1 ground floor “family” room (15.7m2) with en-suite shower/wc/wash hand basin, tiled floors, radiators, free standing wardrobe.

2 first floor guest rooms (both 12.5m2) with en-suite shower/w.c./wash hand basin, laminate floors, built in wardrobes with sliding doors.

A covered balcony with exposed original stone walls and built in bbq

A sunny terrace with lemon tree

A courtyard, partially covered with vines & shading
utility room with central heating boiler, washing machine, dishwasher, base units & worktops, 2 sinks.

Reception/breakfast/sitting room (28m2) Large ground floor room with doubler French windows leading to garden, with exposed chestnut beams, partially exposed stone walls, log burning stove, radiator & tiled floors.


Kitchen with large window to front, a range of base units with granite worktops and stainless steel splash back. Partially exposed stone wall, laminate flooring, chestnut beams, gas range cooker, extractor fan

LIVING ROOM (30m2) with high wooden ceiling and exposed chestnut beams, radiator, solid wood flooring, velux type window, log burning stove, radiator. Two shuttered windows with great views to the mountains. One window faces the courtyard. Outside steps to lane

HALLWAY with original internal window & 2 external windows facing courtyard

BATHROOM with tiled floor, bath, shower, wc, wash hand vanity basin and matching mirror, window to rear and side.

A good sized room (28m2 in total) with 2 shuttered windows, wooden flooring and radiator, leading to 2 small rooms, currently used as (a) linen room (b) office/walk in wardrobe.


A good sized plot of land with 1,200m2, a large variety of trees (orange, lemon, lime, quince, satsuma, fig, olive, persimmon, apple, almond, pear, chestnut & oak), shrubs & flowers. A paved pergola made from recycled chestnut beams & a paved terrace. The bottom part of the garden has several beds for vegetables & fruit, surrounds made with recycled roof tiles. There are also 2 new sheds one currently used as a workshop & the other as a “potting” shed. Both have electricity and one has water too. Large private paved area with a wooden pergola structure and wooden benches, could be adapted as a yoga platform. A good space for bbqs.


Mains water, septic tank, 4 solar panels. Central heating is operated by a wood/pellet boiler (Mescoli). 2 log burning stoves

Designated car parking for 3 to 4 vehicles.


Tourism opportunities in the area:


– This area of Portugal, although away from the coast, has a great variety of river beaches (praias fluviais) where you can swim in clear fresh rivers or lakes, and come away with no sand covered sunscreen!
Some are located in small stone villages, others are in more secluded places but all offer a great place to enjoy the countryside and cool off during the very warm summers. They are all different and we have half a dozen within a short driving distance from the three Marias. There is even one that has a swimming pool – Praia Das Rocas, with a wave machine, great for children.
– Mosteiro is just 5 minutes in the car or 20 minutes on foot. It has big shady trees, a cool place to swim, a snack bar for a chilled jug of sangria and a very relaxed atmosphere where both locals and visitors like to spend the afternoons when it’s too hot to be anywhere else.


– These beautiful stone villages are dotted around the area, often tucked away between hill slopes and via windy lanes. They are all different and some sell locally produced handicrafts and offer food and accommodation.
– The nearest to us is Casal de São Simão – only a 15 minute drive. The restored stone houses are really beautiful and you can wander down the valley to the water falls and rocks at Fragas, with clear water to swim in and even a café for a quick drink or snack. There is also a restaurant at the top serving traditional regional food.
– If you want to explore more schist villages take our guide book out for the day or download the app “aldeias do xisto” on your smartphone.


– One of the things we like to do is to visit local markets. Pedrógão Grande has one on Monday mornings, where people meet to buy and chat. Fresh fruit and vegetables, grown locally are for sale as well as freshly made goat cheese and stalls specialising in random rusty garden tools and big pants (not on the same stall). You have to visit to see! Check out the Pedrógão app “Municipio de Pedrógão Grande”.
– Figueiró dos Vinhos is a little bigger and is every Saturday morning, same sort of goods but more variety.
– For a really local experience go to Vila Facaia, just along the road, their market is on Sundays and although small it’s worth calling in.
– Fleamarkets: There is a monthly market at Miranda do Corvo, about 30 minutes away, first Sunday of every month. You can wander for hours looking at Portuguese bric-a-brac, as well as second hand books (various languages) and plants and produce

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