PTR2990: Atalaia Palace

Entroncamento, Santarém



Palace with 1,035m2, events space, 6 suites, owners space.Land with 5,000m2

Property Advertised by: Licensed Estate Agent

Property Description

Seventeenth-century palace, loaded with history and symbolism. Built in 1669 for the Count of Atalaia, and still maintains its original architecture over the years, making it a unique and historic property. Currently used for tourism and events, it is the perfect combination between the past and the present.

Land with 5,000m2 which offers a multitude of different areas for walking or rest where we can enjoy tranquillity, abundant nature, centuries-old trees, ornamental trees, fruit trees, a lake and swimming pool. A large amount of green spaces are supported by an irrigation system with a well, water tank and borehole.

There is a glass space of 600m2 for holding events, such as weddings and dinners. Kitchen with all necessary equipment.

There are 6 suites with central heating and private bathrooms, equipped kitchen, living room with fireplace and a wine cellar. Meals are served in the event room.

The first floor is reserved for the family, where we have 3 bedrooms, 2 suites, 3 living rooms, 3 bathrooms, kitchen, storage room, balcony and a magnificent terrace overlooking the garden. The floors and ceilings are all wooden and there is an attic running the full length the house.

There is the possibility of reconstruction of two houses which are currently in ruins.

Located in a quiet town, with rail and road access. 60 minutes from Lisbon, Camino de Santiago close by, 150 meters from the historic church of Atalaia which dates back to the 19th century. 30 minutes from the Sanctuary of Fatima.


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