What is it?
This house is located on a landscape surrounded by forests and farmlands. The house has a living area of approximately 136 m² and consists of two floors, a basement and an attic. On the ground floor are the kitchen with adjoining veranda, a (bed) room, a bathroom, a living room and a storage room. The first floor consists of two parts, which are accessible via two separate stairs. One part consists of a bathroom and bedroom with an attic, the other part consists of a hall and two bedrooms. Under the house is a spacious technical room/workshop.
How about the facilities?
The quinta is (almost) self-sufficient with its own solar energy and its own water from a bore hole and its own well. The solar energy system dates from 2020. Internet is obtained via satellite connection. The drain is by means of a septic tank. A wood stove heats the house and a geyser provides hot water. Some of the windows are double glazed and most of the windows have shutters.
To the house belong two separate plots of approximately 3,000 m² and 2,000 m². The ground is flat and easy to work. Part of the land is agricultural land and part is woodland with native trees such as oak and cork oak. Fruit trees have recently been planted on the agricultural area. About 10 irrigation points have been constructed on this section. One of the borders is a stream that for most of the year has water.
Where is it?
This quinta is private without being far from the amenities. The accessibility is good via a well-maintained sand path of over 2 km. Tábua is about 2.5 km away. This is a small provincial town where the main facilities are present, such as restaurants, shops, supermarkets, post office, banks, doctors’ practice, schools, vocational education, swimming pool, library and a weekly market. The larger cities of Coimbra and Viseu are approximately 55 km and 45 km away respectively.