A beautiful home in the quiet country hills just north of Porto. This 19th Century stone house has been fully refurbished while maintaining the character of the house. The luxurious modern finishings blend in beautifully with this lovely property. It’s one of the finest houses in northern Portugal.
Upon entering the home, you are welcomed by a perfect combination of modern and classical architecture. The large floor-to-ceiling glass windows fill the home all day with copious amounts of natural light while providing perfect views of the gorgeous garden.
On the ground floor, you can find an office space, a games room and a dining room connected to the kitchen. The elegant custom-made white kitchen with high ceilings comes fully equipped. The kitchen gives access to a very large outdoor patio area designed for entertaining guests and enjoying private evenings at home.
In the garden, you can find the heated swimming pool, a pool house and another bathroom. The garden has beautiful trees, plants, a lily pad pond and an original old mill from the 18th century.
The living room, with a natural wood fireplace, is found on the first floor and features a balcony. All windows are double-paned with electric blinds, each custom made for the original granite stone window encasings of this home.
On the same floor, there are three bedrooms each with private bathrooms and built-in wardrobes.
On the top floor, you find the master bedroom with a large walk-in closet and master bathroom with a jacuzzi bathtub and shower. The view from the master bedroom is breathtaking.
A spiral staircase in the kitchen leads down to the storage rooms, a laundry room and one more bathroom. There is also a three-car garage, connected to the technical and utility area of the house.
We are very proud to offer this exclusive property to you, so please enquire for a virtual tour or a viewing.
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.