HIPP300: Swiss Villa near Lake

Pedrógão Grande, Leiria



Newly built villa with 6,000m2 organic land with orchard.

Property Advertised by: Owner

Property Description

The elegant building has a ground floor area of 148 m2 (gross), 95 m2 in the first floor and a basement with a usable area of 292 m2. Due to the slope on one side the basement is free and offers a variety of uses.

Sit next to the kitchen on the covered terrace under the arches and let your eyes wander over the valley to the opposite hills, with seemingly endless pine forests. Listen to the quiet murmur of the brook which greets up from the valley. The plot of approximately 6,000m2 is oriented towards southwest and from the house you can see the most beautiful sunsets. Upon request can the neighboring land of approximately 9,000m2 be purchased. It consists of a terraced mixed orchard with irrigation system.

The house was built by a Swiss architect and mostly Swiss and German craftsmen. Therefore, it is at the highest level in terms of material selection, quality of workmanship and building technologies.

The orchard offers all kinds of fruit trees that provide year-round fruit: figs, many citrus trees, grapes, persimmons, pears, apples, cherries and about 20 olive trees with large table olives. Create a romantic garden with stone walls, palm trees, cork oaks, pine trees and many Mediterranean plants and enjoy the exhilarating feeling of lightness and holidays. There is enough space for a big pool and a big greenhouse to grow your fresh veggies yearround.
The near-lake (700m distance) invites to swim from April to October and to cool down. The 50km-long lake also invites for rowing, windsurfing and other water sports.

The nearest village (800m) Pedrógão Grande offers all the necessary infrastructure: post office, three banks, supermarkets, weekly market, many restaurants, some good auto repair shops, indoor pool, three hairdressers, two good dentists, a small public hospital, several doctors and many others offices and shops. The next bigger cities are Pombal, Leiria and Coimbra.

Floor heating throughout the house. The hot water is heated by three high-performance solar collectors from Solarbayer (D), or by using the two Chamineés with water recuperation. 1,000 litre heat storage tank for the underfloor heating, domestic hot water boiler of 500 litres. Controlled ventilation system with heat recovery: pipes pre-installed. Central vacuum cleaner system. This is a very well insulated house which does not require as much heating in winters, and doesn’t require air conditioning in summer. The villa is extremely well insulated (16cm insulation on the roof, 8cm seemless below the foor and on the outside walls, outside walls with ytong blocks 30cm wide), so that almost a passive house standard will be achieved. On cold but sunny winter days, the house needs no heating. On cold but cloudy days, the house gets heated via the floor heating and a fireplace. German PVC windows with glazing 1.0W/m2K. Insect rolos on most windows.

This is a new construction, which currently offers the possibility to choose the flooring, interior doors, bathroom facilities and the kitchen furniture. These finishing materials are not included in the salesprice.

The 80m deep drill well provides absolutely reliable drinking water throughout the year in the best quality and in any quantity. Due to the water tank, the water supply is guaranteed with sufficient pressure through natural gravity.

It can be purchased on request 3 more plots together with approximately 15,000m2. Each of the 3 plots have an interesting and already authorized building project, which can be expanded up to a living area of over 250m2 each.

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