JLA22: Quinta da Lardosa

Castelo Branco, Castelo Branco



40m2 granite building and land with 8,000m2, fruit trees, olive trees, 3 wells

Property Advertised by: Licensed Estate Agent

Property Description

A wonderful, fertile rustic quinta set in a quiet zone at the very edge of the village of Lardosa. The land is completely flat and very well maintained. Offering a 40m2 granite building with two separate rooms and steel doors on both. The roof is concrete beam and sheet concrete.

Land totalling 8,000m2 and has been loving maintained and the trees are all in exceptional shape. Around 100 olive trees, impeccably cared for, providing ample olive oil each year. There are assorted fruit trees including figs, mature orange trees, apples, pomegranate, tangerine’s and Holm oaks. Mimosa and some eucalyptus border the property. There is still scope for a vegetable area and for vine planting. There are 3 wells with a huge depth and each has a tank nearby for storage and irrigation.

The borders are clearly marked and the land is fenced with amazing access of a smooth asphalt road and the last short part by a well maintained rustic road. There are some beautiful views out over the entrance but the rest is pretty private and there is a lovely neighbour living on one side but not too close.

There is also dilapidated block building that has fallen in to disrepair but could be rebuilt cheaply for storage or for animal housing.

Perfect mobile phone coverage and the option for mobile internet is no problem.

The village itself is friendly and has cafes, restaurants, ATM, parish council, swimming pool, bakery and village shops. Conveniently located to Castelo Branco, Orca and Fundão and with great access to the free ways.

Property Location

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