CK/EM50: Quinta Corujeira (1)

Oliveira do Hospital, Coimbra



94m2 granite stone ruin, 1.2 hectares land

Property Advertised by: Mediator / Translator (on behalf of owner)

Property Description

94m2 granite stone ruin, currently registered as barn but ready for a two-storey construction project with a habitation license.

All paperwork is registered and ready to be checked by your solicitor.Mains electricity is about 200m away, or this is an ideal location for solar power.

A well will need to be dug to supply water.1.2 hectares of land, forest with oak and pine trees. Borders clearly marked with posts. Situated in a quiet spot surrounded by nature. South-facing with a view to the mountains. Near the village of Nogueirinha, in the parish of Meruge, close to the small city of Oliveira do Hospital (approx 5km). Good access.

Neighbouring land – CK/EM40: Quinta Corujeira (2) – from the same owner is also for sale and both properties can be purchased together for a reduced price. Oliveira do Hospital is a small city (20,000 inhabitants) with several supermarkets and a variety of small shops in the centre and the surroundings of the town. Here you can find all important institutions as well schools, polytechnic, and a language school. Hospital, health centre, gymnasium, public swimming pool. Cinema, cultural centre and music school. The Nature around Oliveira do Hospital is full of beautiful forest and valleys. You have the valley of the River Alva for walks, and in the summer you can find several river beaches for swimming, camping, etc. You can enjoy daytrips to the mountains of the Serra Estrela, Açor or Caramulo, as well as the University City Coimbra (40 mins drive) and the Atlantic Coast (just over an hour drive).

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