Sintra Area, Lisbon & Lisbon Coast
Ownership Status: Private
Built in: n/a
1,110m2 Build size
/ m2 build
270,000m2 Plot size
/ m2 plot
Magnificent property with 66 acres in the heart of Serra de Sintra.
The property consists of a main house built on slops developing in various levels and a guest house.
The main house comprises a hall, a kitchen, the main kitchen with a toilet, a pantry, dining room with fireplace, a living room with fireplace with burning stove, a home office with a fireplace with burning stove, bedroom with fireplace with burning stove, a toilet, a storage room, 1 suite, balconies and a terrace with magnificent views of Pena Palace, Colares and the sea.
Also on the ground floor there is a home cinema, a game room, a music room with acoustic insulation, 2 suites, 1 bedroom, a toilet and a storage room.
The upper floor has a living room, 2 bedrooms and a toilet. Basements with a spacious storage room, a laundry room and an engine room. Loft with 5 potable water deposits with a capacity for 3000 liters.
The guest house consists of an entrance hall, a living room with a kitchen and 2 suites.
The property also has several annexes, namely 1 warehouse for storage, a carport, a Wood House, pool changing rooms and engine rooms for the heated pool. Garage with overhead door with remote control for up to 3 cars with direct access to the house.
The house is surrounded by a beautiful garden with pool and forest land with river and a dam and also granite outcrops of interesting dimension. The vegetation consists mainly of arbutus, cedar, pine and chestnut trees, holly, redwoods, oaks, acacias and eucalyptus.
Possibility of building an eco-resort with bungalows. Ideal for those who enjoy a nature retreat or for tourism investment.
- Air conditioning
- Reception room
- Covered dining area
- Laundry room
- Storage room
- Luxury property
- Features great views
- Morning sun
- Evening sun
- Near bars / restaurants
- Near school(s)
- Near shops
- Near a golf course
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.