This charming quinta is tucked away a few kilometres out from the village and in a truly natural setting. It benefits from mains electricity and a borehole.
Very well presented and immaculately tended. The quinta is a hive of productivity and is home to a good and plentiful range of fruit trees such as numerous peaches, pear, apple, plum, lemon, orange, cherry, fig, nespera, persimmon, nectarine and even hazelnuts.
There are lots of vines around the property and they provide a good crop annually. There are olive trees and also 10 huge cork oaks and 30 younger ones.
The building is well constructed in block with an excellent roof and a sturdy cement floor. Constructed in block and with an interior space of 26.6m2. The roof is in concrete beam and ceramic tiles.
There is a huge irrigation tank which is fed from the borehole.
- Country: Portugal, Portuguese Republic
- Province / State: Castelo Branco
- City / Town: Penamacor
- Neighborhood: Salvador