O&O Portugal are privileged to offer to the discerning buyer a rare opportunity to purchase a highly desirable Quinta in a unique position close to some of the Algarve’s beautiful west coast beaches and the historic town of Aljezur, yet one which offers a high degree of privacy, peace and solitude.
This farm with sea views, which has previously been home to the famous Aljezur Alpacas—featured on television and in magazines—is a spacious detached villa, with, close by, a second building featuring a workshop/store, and which also incorporates a fourth bedroom, the two buildings amounting to a total of 800sqm.
The land itself spans eight hectares—more than 80,000sqm—of prime agricultural and livestock land, one of the largest level plots of land in the area, and which runs alongside the Rota Vicentina (this world-famous coastal walk passes close to the front gate of the Quinta), offering limitless potential to the buyer with imagination and vision.
Situated on one of the highest points of this deep and broad coastal plateau just minutes from Aljezur, the Quinta offers sea and mountain views, with views also down the Vale da Telha valley to the beach of Monte Clerigo allowing the owner to enjoy rural and coastal pastimes.
Other beaches, like the surfing paradise of Arrifana, are barely a 10-minute drive away, and despite its sense of solitude, this farm is just a few minutes’ drive from the shops, restaurants and bars of Vales and Vale da Telha, and—a minute or two further—to the bustling market town of Aljezur.
This truly is a rare opportunity to acquire a family home surrounded by nature, a house flooded with natural light offering amazing views from inside and out across the countryside to the Atlantic Ocean.
The fabulous open-plan kitchen diner is the heartbeat of the house itself, the central island hob facilitating cooking and conversation, the room then segueing via a hallway with storage cupboard into the comfortable main lounge area.
The three bedrooms all of which have the benefit of fitted wardrobes. are located off a central corridor, the master of which has an ensuite, including a bathtub. There is also a good-sized family bathroom situated between the other two bedrooms, with a walk-in shower that has a square rain shower head.
For those cooler winter months the house has central heating, the wall-mounted radiators being fed by a wood burner, and is powered by mains electricity although there is provision for the property to be re-connected to a bank of solar panels alongside the secondary building. Water is supplied from a borehole on the property.
The second building close by, which could easily be converted into a further full dwelling subject to planning permission, already has an area set aside as a forth bedroom, plus a laundry room alongside the specious workshop and storage area with the potential for a games, room, gymnasium or man cave.
In recent years the owners have enjoyed the company across the property’s landscape of various animals such as alpacas, pigs, donkeys and horses.
For more details, or to arrange a viewing of this amazing property, don’t hesitate to contact Matt D'Arcy at our Aljezur office