Unique Opportunity For A Boutique Hotel Near Viseu With Approved Plans
€ 2,400,000£ 2,071,629$ 2,878,798
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Beira-alta, Northern Portugal
Ownership Status: Company
Built in: n/a
238,575m2 Plot size
€ 10£ 8$ 11
/ m2 plot
Located on the south slope of Serra do Caramulo and with a privileged view over Vale de Besteiros and Serra da Estrela, this property includes a 2 bedroom villa fully recovered and an old Palace from the 16th century in ruins with an approved project to build a boutique hotel in a 23ha plot
A unique business opportunity in the Dão-Lafões Region in central Portugal. 260km from Lisbon, 130km from Oporto, 30km from Viseu and with easy access.
The villa with 2 rooms was built from an old haystack, with modern interior architecture in which there are privileged views to the Vale de Besteiros.
The old Palace with a Coat of Arms currently in ruins has an approved project for the construction of a Boutique Hotel with 60 beds.
The plot with a total of 23ha also has a forest production area and a Cantinçal with an average annual production of 4 tons.
Serra do Caramulo, historically known for its good healing airs, is part of an area of incredible natural beauty. Inserted in the Tourism Region of the Centre - Viseu - Dão Lafões, in the Demarcated Region of the Dão Wine and in the Demarcated Region of the Serra da Estrela Cheese, fed by natural and cultural unique products, as the Bravo de Esmolfe Apple, the Natural Reserve of Cambarinho, a greater concentration of Loendros of Europe, in flowering in the months of May and June, the Thermal Estancias of São Pedro do Sul, Alcafache, Caldas da Felgueira and Caldas de Sangemil, the Caramulo Museum of Art and Automobile, the Grão Vasco Museum in Viseu, the Bread Museum in Seia, the Montebelo Golf 20 minutes by car, the pedestrian circuits, the extreme and adventure sports in the Serra do Caramulo and the water sports in the Barragem da Aguieira , one of the largest freshwater plans in Portugal.
Although not famed for bustling nightlife, Viseu is a busy provincial city full of artistic treasures, historical churches and a strong culture of local crafts.
Surrounded by rich agricultural land and pastures of grazing sheep, the area is also renowned for its fine cheeses and is the centre the production of Dão wines. With the majority of vineyards boasting vines of at least half a century in age, winemaking is a firmly rooted tradition here.
One of the major attractions of Viseu is found in the mountains and hills which surround the town. To the south and southeast, the Serra da Estrela is one of the most popular recreational destinations of the Portuguese all year round and contains the highest points in mainland Portugal. In the colder months winter sports such as skiing are available in its snowy peaks and through the summer it is a peaceful and beautiful place in which to walk, fish, picnic and camp.
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