This manor is a one of kind building in the heart of Oliveira de Azemeis which is just 20 minutes south of Porto and the airport and also just 20 minutes from the coast.
This understated place hits the headlines every May for the Mercado à Moda Antiga, a traditional market and fair that takes over the centre for two days with hundreds of stalls selling regional handicrafts, fruit, vegetables and regional delicacies.
Vendors are dressed in folk costume from the turn of the 20th century, and nuns make typical convent confectionery in their wimples! This all goes hand-in-hand with traditional dances, parades, street theatre and concerts in the evening by well-known Portuguese artists.
The picturesque local park, the Parque La Salette, is a cultured park on a hill, plotted around a chapel built in the 19th century to commemorate the Marian apparition in La Salette, France. The municipality has a few curiosities such as a centuries-old watermill and bakery and a quirky museum stuffed with a jumble of exhibits, both ancient and recent.
This stunning villa, with a staggering 1,600 square metres of living space, is set in a plot of almost 3,000 square metres, this property is only for the most discerning client looking to renovate a glorious piece of historic architecture dating from the year 1900.
Walls of solid granite and high clearance ceilings with amazing mouldings are just some of the exquisite features you will find as you go inside.
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The energy rating shows the energy efficiency of a building on a scale of A to G. The most efficient homes – which should have the lowest fuel bills – are in band A, whereas the most inefficient homes are in band G.
Porto is the 2nd largest city in Portugal based on its population; located in the North of the country, it is the city where Portugal’s name comes from. Porto’s name around 2200 years ago was Portus Cale that became Condado Portucalense later.
It’s a city known worldly for its wines, its contemporary and antique architecture, its historical centre as well as its football team, the Porto University (among the best 100 European universities), for the high quality service in its health centres and for its restaurants and gastronomy.
Porto was classified as World Patrimony by UNESCO.
Don’t miss Vila Nova de Gaia with its many tapas and port wine places, chocolate shops and River Douro trips! Visit the São Bento rail station, church of Santa Clara, Café Majestic, Chapel of Souls (Almas), Portuguese Centre for Photography, the gardens of Palácio de Cristal, Dom Luis I bridge, Casa da Música (Music house) and so much more!
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