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Historic Classical Mansion and Estate on outskirts of Beja city, Alentejo

Country House in Beja

ref. LG1084
650.000€ 590.000€
  • E
  • 7
  • 4
  • 580m2
  • 39.000m2

This fantastic estate has been classified by the local authorities as a rare and unique property of significant interest in the county. The main building is about 200 years old and preserves architectural details of the XIX century. It is perfectly located in peaceful countryside but just a few minutes drive from the city centre.

Country House
Beja (Santiago Maior e São João Baptista)
Beja, Beja
Alentejo (Central)
Construction Year
Renovation Year
Living Area
580 m²
Usable area
934 m²
Plot Area
39.000 m²
Country Road, Manual Entrance Gate
Easy Access, Turning Space
Lounge, Dining, High Ceiling
Balcony/Terrace, Garden Terrace
Fully Fitted, Fully Equipped, Rustic
Pantry, Library, Basement
3 Familiy Bathrooms, 1 En-Suite, WC
Fireplace, Log/wood burner
Mains electric, well, Mains water, Mains drainage, Gas Bottle
Single Glazing, Manual Shutters/Blinds
Water tank
Private, Walled, Irrigation, Trees
Stables, Courtyard, Paddock, Kennels, Outbuilding
Country-side View
• Manor house, riding arena, stables and outbuildings
• 7 bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms
• Plot 39.000m²
• Living area approx. 580m²
• Construction area 934m²
• About 200 years old, house has been recently renovated

The property is fully walled and surrounded by olive trees (around 100). There are two wells with plenty of water both with water pumps and underground water network, used for the animals, irrigation of garden and crops, and filling the huge stone tank. This tank would make an excellent swimming pool and is well placed near to the house in a pretty walled garden with a fountain, trees and several stone statues. The large attached annexes include several rooms for an additional residence, indoor riding arena, two barns, a tack room and stables for 6 horses. There are also two other detached smaller buildings previously used as warehouses. All the land is arable and has been fenced off in sections for animal grazing and pasture.

The property can be accessed by two sets of gates, one used for the house and one for the land, animals and tractor. There are several other gates to the land from the house and courtyard.
Most of the outbuildings are in a bad state of repair and require complete renovation. The indoor riding arena is good and has a new roof. The main house has been refurbished to a very high standard. Marble and hardwood have been used as flooring throughout and the high vaulted ceilings (up to 5 metres) have kept their detail. On the ground floor there is a large reception room with a wood burner, elegant dining room, library, large kitchen incorporating some very old hand made bricks found on the land, a comfortable living room with fireplace, a bedroom with en-suite bathroom plus a family bathroom and a washroom. The first floor compromises six bedrooms, one with a terrace, two family bathrooms, a sitting room with terrace and fireplace and a long corridor leading to a large terrace with views to the city skyline.

There has been an approved project to create a guest house and rural tourism which could include amongst other things bike and horse riding in the area.

This is a wonderful opportunity to own a piece of history and if not wishing to have a tourism income would be an absolutely super and refined family home or could be brought back to life as a farm, vineyard or citrus orchard.


• Mains electricity, water and drainage
• 2 wells for irrigation (and an old aquaduct to be restored)
• Wood burners and fire place
• Water heating by gas


• 2.6km to Beja with all amenities including several large supermarkets
• 98km to Praia de Melides beach
• 175km to Lisbon airport