This expansive rural property is uniquely located in the Costa Vicentina national park with stunning views over the local countryside, to Sagres and about 180 degrees over the ocean. The main villa sits in an elevated position on a 100,000 meter plot, enjoys landscaped gardens of indigenous plants, well positioned hedges that shelter the property from the wind and a lawn which doubles as a tennis court. The main villa - built under the supervision of an architect so that the villa does not stand out in the landscape - is spread over 234 m2 and a large mezzanine area. This villa consists of a large, open plan living plus dining room with high ceilings, an open kitchen, a double bedroom which opens onto the living area with a private bathroom and an additional bathroom at the entrance hall. The villa has underfloor heating and spacious south-facing terraces with great views of the area and surrounding gardens.
Adjacent to the main villa is a large double garage which has been converted into a (solar and electrical) heated indoor pool area with exercise jetstream pump. There is additional space for a table tennis table. This is also where the stairs go up to the mezzanine area which has a bathroom, an open library area which overlooks the living room and there is plenty of space for additional bedrooms.
There is a 61 m2 annex complete with AL license consisting of an open plan living room/kitchen, 1 bedroom, a bathroom and a mezzanine area which is also used as a bedroom. The annex has an excellent rental history and is all year fully booked for rural tourism (bird watching!) and surfers, as it is close to the many surf beaches in the area. The annex has various open and covered terraces, and there is also a heated outdoor plunge pool with jetstream pumps to swim against, ideal for exercise or simply to cool down.
Additionally, there is a recently renovated ruin of circa 188 m2 which serves as a support building, complete with a large room which can be used as living/sleeping or office area. It has a complete bathroom as well as multiple storage areas/stables or tool sheds, and not to forget a petanque court. There is an additional sea container for storage.
The property is very cost efficient, having its own borehole, septic tank, solar heating and even has 20 photovoltaic solar panels which sell electricity back to EDP. All in all a must-see property in a unique location!