Located in the Costa Vicentina Natural Parque this country property is a rare find, with a large plot and stunning sea views. The property consists of a new main house, annexes and outbuildings offering great potential to any nature lover looking for a country property in a much sought-after area.
• Eligible for Golden Visa
• Living area 385m², Construction area 482m²
• 2 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
• Over 247,000m² plot
• Sea Views across Sagres (180º)
This hidden-away gem is located in the middle of the Costa Vicentina Natural Parque. Access is from a country road which ascends a sweeping driveway to the main house. The new main house consists of a large open plan living/dining and kitchen with high ceilings and a mezzanine level, currently used as extra bedroom space, bathroom and a library.
There is a new separate one-bedroom annex (also with a mezzanine with beds) and a second annex which was the old farmhouse, partially renovated with 4 x large storerooms including one with access to the exterior which could possibly be used for horses or other livestock. There is a further room currently used as an office with bathroom. There is lots of space for further bedrooms if desired.
The property boasts solar panels for hot water and electricity. The electricity is sold to EDP and the owner enjoys a subsidised price. The house was built between 2009 and 2013 by Pedro Cavaco a very well-known architect and was built to exacting standards with modern insulation. The former garage now houses an indoor pool with jet stream.
The exterior boasts a grass tennis court, children’s pool, swimspa with jet stream, car port, container used as storage space, a mature garden with fruit trees and open views out to the ocean and surrounding Natural Parque.
• Solar panels for electricity plus mains
• Solar panels for hot water
• Underfloor heating
• Double glazing
• Jet stream pool x 2 (indoor and outdoor)
Town: 3km Vila do Bispo
Additional construction is not permitted as the property is within National Agricultural Reserve. There are two overseas containers being used for carports. Permissions for wooden carports and planting of any additional trees should be checked by an architect and lawyer.