in Montemor-o-Novo, in the Alentejo region
In Montemor-o-Novo, in the Alentejo region.
57 km from Lisbon airport.
30 km from Évora train station.
46 km from Alcácer-do-Sal.
75 km from the sea.
30 minutes from Diane’s Roman temple, classified as a World Heritage site by UNESCO.
|Land registry surface area :||42 ha|
|Main building surface area :||400 m²|
|View over the countryside|
The Montemor-o-Novo citadel has dominated the Alentejo region’s cork oak stands and olive groves since the time of Ancient Rome. Native town of Saint John of God, who founded the Order of the Brothers Hospitallers, the little medieval village is now a peaceful, tourist and farming town, an hour from Lisbon. The “Monte Alentejano” estate, on the heights out of town, must surely owe its name to its panoramic views extending over the surrounding countryside. The farm and its outbuildings still bear witness to the prosperity of this property, extending over close to 42 hectares and exuding undeniable character. Running water and electricity are already laid on and the access lane is suitable for cars. This wonderful property, awaiting renovation, would lend itself beautifully to a tourist or residential project and is ideally located in relation to the Portuguese capital, the beaches and the vestiges, thousands of years old, in Évora.
435 000 €
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