Vivenda Vale Paragem has a registered residential building, outbuildings, its own water, fertile agriculture land and lots of productive fruit trees, making it a precious self-sufficient property and therefore a true sustainable value. In a time, where many of our fundamental rights are being turned upside down, a place like this may just grant us a piece of freedom.
The Vivenda inspires through its amazing location with beautiful views, embedded in a lovely landscape which consists of small-scale agriculture plots and local farmsteads.
Being the last estate in a small village with exceedingly friendly neighbours, its elevated position has both the amenities of a village-edge-location but also complete tranquility and an almost entirely private access to the house.
The registered residential building was inhabited until a few years ago; it does not have any sanitary installations and has to be renovated in order to match mid-european standards. The structure is solid, the roof truss, built of cement, is in excellent condition.
Apart from the residential building with an old oven-room, there’s an outbuilding right next to it with a carport and old stables. The roof truss of the outbuildings has to be partially repaired.
In front of the house there’s a small front yard with a pergola, which offers beautiful views over the surrounding landscape.
The water supply for the buildings and the land runs through a borehole and a separate well. Mains water can be connected.
The fertile property runs gently sloping (partially terraced) house-downwards towards the access road, which, to an extent, symbolizes the property border (see cadastral plan, parcel 110).
Apart from the quite generous agricultural area, there’s a vineyard and lots of grown and productive fruit trees scattered along the property, including olives, oranges, figs, peaches, persimmons, plums, apples and pears.
The adjacent property with lots os building structure can also be acquired, and would present an interesting option for a project including several parties.
Upon request we’re happy to provide more pictures, including photos from the inside of the buildings.
Coordinates: 40.058828, -7.053128
8 kilometres to the historic town of Monsanto.
Approx. 50 minutes to Castelo Branco with all the amenities.
Airport Lisbon 2:45h, airport Porto 3:15h.