Far from viruses and highly contagious variants lies this property in a remote, idyllic location in the heart of Portugal.
Birds chirping, river splashing and just “decelerating” stillness are characteristics that are no longer natural in today’s world. If you’re looking for a place where you can escape the hustle and bustle of the 21. century (with all its mutations!) even for just a few days per year, then you’ve found just the right spot.
The property is well suited to place tiny houses or “mobile buildings”, which, in combination with the existing natural stone houses, would make a charming little hideout.
There are two existing natural stone houses with a footprint of approx. 4×5 m each. They are “described” in the land registry and have two storeys each.
The terraced property leads from the houses down to the river Ribeira de Isna, one of the few rivers in central Portugal that still have turtles and fish stock.
The large terrace next to the river can occasionally be flooded for short periods of time, something to keep in mind when developing the property.
The remaining area of the almost 2 hectares land extends hill-upwards towards the acess road.
The entire area was affected by a forest fire in 2019 and is therefore limited in terms of building possibilities. During a period of 10 years after a forest fire one’s not allowed to add new constructions or extend the existing ones. After that period, you’re allowed to build up to 200 m2 on this property.
Coordinates: 39.738139, -8.126028
The property is acessible by a normal car through a solid natural road.
About 15 minutes to the town Serta with shops, weekly market, schools, doctors, retail markets, restaurants, etc.
1 hour to Castelo Branco, approx. 1H15 to the wild-romantic beaches of the Atlantic coast.
Approx. 2 hours to the international airport of Lisbon.