What is it?
This vast quinta used to be a eucalyptus forest that has now been largely cleared. Before that it was farmland. The ground has now been cleaned and is ready for a new destination. The surface is more than 6 ha (of which approximately 4.2 ha has been registered). There are two ruins, one of which is registered as a barn with an area of 76 m². The other ruin of about 20 m² has not yet been registered.
How are the facilities?
There are no facilities yet. There used to be a water source, but it has not been very well maintained in recent years. It is probably more reliable to drill a bore hole for water. For electricity, a distance of about 600 meters must be taken into account to the nearest connection option, but given the favorable sun position, solar energy could also be considered.
Large relatively flat plots of land in this area are not easy to find. Larger quintas offer in general broader building options, although this will have to be checked with the municipality on a tailor-made basis.
For people who want to keep horses, for example, this can also be an interesting option.
Where is it?
The quinta is not far from the village of Côja. Accessibility is reasonably good via a flat sandy path. Côja is a lively village with an authentic atmosphere. Most facilities are available on a small scale. There is a school, a river beach, a camping site and several restaurants. Arganil is located at a distance of about 10 km. In this small provincial town all important facilities are available such as restaurants, shops, supermarkets, post office, banks, medical practice, schools, library and weekly market. The larger city of Coimbra is about 60 km away.