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Traditional Algarvian quinta with annex and far-reaching countryside views, Tavira

  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira
  • Villa, Tavira

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Region: East Algarve | City: Tavira

  • House Area: 315 m²

  • Plot Area: 89000 m²

  • Bedrooms: 5

  • Bathroom(s): 2

  • Pool: NO

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • Built year: Pre-1951
  • Water Cistern
  • Borehole
  • Terrace
  • Garage
  • Storage / utility room
  • Sea views
  • Countryside views
  • Village view
  • Parking space
  • Energy certificate : F
  • Golf : 20 min.
  • Beach : 20 min.

Reference:SV1389



Located at the end of an unpaved road, 500 metres from the main road, this homely quinta has been beautifully restored in keeping with its original design and style. Only 15 minutes from Tavira, this property offers country living within easy access of all local amenities and services. Closer to home, there is a local grocery store/meeting place a mere 5 minutes away, which is very convenient for basic commodities and extremely handy if you do not want to go all the way down to Tavira. There are also a couple of good Portuguese restaurants not too far way in either direction on the main road.

Set over one level, the main house is made up of lots of individual rooms, as was the tradition in Portugal’s rural communities in the past. The layout of the property therefore matches the original footprint and thus currently consists of 315m2 living space made up of 12 rooms of various sizes, a decent-sized kitchen, an outside bathroom and an open space, multi-level, living area that could be used for either dining or relaxing. The current owners have managed to successfully combine a mix of functional modern elements with tradition giving the property a truly authentic atmosphere. The large covered terrace outside the main building is perfect for al fresco dining and outdoor living.

The rooms have been upgraded with insulated roofing and new tiles. Walls have either been insulated and re-plastered or left as feature stonewalls. The thick walls mean that the property keeps in the warmth in the winter months and the rooms remain cool throughout the summer. The floors have been tastefully retiled throughout the property and skylights have been installed where necessary to provide more light. The rooms, as they are at the moment are all multi-functional: they can be used in whatever way suits best.

Three of the larger rooms at the end of the main building remain in their original condition; they will be left as they are for the new owner to renovate.

The annex is a ‘Tiny House’, a 18m2 mobile home that was used by the owners while they were carrying out the initial renovations. It is completely independent and set up for everyday living with 2 double sleeping areas, a small bathroom, a kitchen/lounge area with breakfast bar/workspace and a large terrace that overlooks the valley. It is hooked up to both water and electricity and can be heated or cooled with a reversible air conditioning unit. A hot tub has been set up on the deck, providing the perfect place to unwind in complete privacy.

At the back of the property there is a garage and behind the wooden chalet, there are two large containers, which can be used for either storage or converted.

The property comes with a large plot of agricultural land (almost 9 hectares) that is dotted with mature, native trees. This can either be left as it is or further developed for agricultural purposes. Irrigation would be easy as there are 5 wells spread across the land. Only one is currently in use to service both the main house and the annex.

The property’s elevated location means that it is not overlooked by neighbours and offers complete privacy. The closest neighbours are a few hundred metres way along the same track; the property is rural but not at all isolated.

Together with its sizeable plot, this property presents an excellent investment opportunity. Not only would this property make a great family home with a lot of character but it also offers a lot of potential for anyone looking to develop a rural farmstead/retreat or a charming bed and breakfast.

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