Varzea da Lameira is a beautifully located extensive and flat property in central Portugal, with ideal conditions for self-sufficient living and livestock farming.
Its village-edge location is quiet, idyllic and private, with views over local small-scale agriculture farms.
A good natural road access leads to the entrance of the property, which is mostly surrounded by a natural stone wall.
The fertile land is completely flat and has its own water from two wells.
The property faces South – a beautiful spot with lots of options for an autonomous self-sufficient lifestyle.
The two-storey natural stone building is registered as a residential house and is in a ruinous condition without a roof.
It has a beautiful location overlooking the entire property.
Both a new construction or a reconstruction implementing some of the stone walls could be an interesting option.
The outbuildings are down to a few wall fractions and have to be entirely rebuilt.
The local zone plan allows a new construction with a gross area of up to 400 m², apart from the existing buildings.
However, a new construction would require mains electricity to be installed, which involves additional costs.
In terms of existing trees there are lots of olive trees, grape vines, fig trees and two large chestnut trees.
There’s lots of agriculture land and own water for the irrigation.
Coordinates: 39.816981 -8.146799
District of Serta, subdistrict of Cabeçudo.
The village Cabeçudo with a small café and supermarket is reachable by foot within a few minutes.
10 minutes to Sertã with all the amenities, 10 minutes to the lake Barragem do Cabril.
40 minutes to Coimbra, 1 hour to the wide beaches of the Atlantic.
2 hours to both Lisbon and Porto.