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*** JUST REDUCED FROM 695,000€ TO 595,000€ !! *** This BEAUTIFULLY RENOVATED property is OVER 100 years old and is comprised of 2 small cottages and a CHARMING FARMHOUSE. Its name Quinta da Eira refers to the large CIRCULAR THRESHING GROUND where the chaffs of corn were separated from the wheat in the olden days. Located up in the HILLS behind Loule, this property has STUNNING VIEWS of the Apra mountains and is yet only 5 minutes drive north to the quaint village of Querença, or 5 minutes south to the bustling town of Loule. This property is comprised of three separate cottages, the largest being the master cottage. All cottages have been wonderfully renovated and maintained their traditional cane and beam ceilings. There are terracotta tiled floors throughout. Cottage 1 is a tractor barn conversion and is comprised of one small bedroom, bathroom, large living room, dining room and fully fitted kitchen. There is a large ceiling fan in the lounge area but with such typically thick walls, this place is always lovely and cool! This cottage also has its own private terraced patio and is set completely apart from the other two houses. Cottage 2 is comprised of two extremely large bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms. Its courtyard joins up with the main cottage terraces. There is also a lovely roof terrace with stunning views of the hills and countryside, and a lovely storage area (originally a small kitchen) with its very own traditional Portuguese wood burning oven! Cottage 3 is the large farmhouse cottage. It is comprised of a large entrance hallway area and to its right there is a single bedroom with lots of cupboard and closet space. There is also a master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and its own four legged standup bathtub! In front of the master bedroom there is a shower room. there are beautiful Portuguese tiles in both bathrooms. The fully fitted traditional farmhouse kitchen leads through to a living room as well as down to the dining room. The living room has a double sided log burning fireplace which is also used from the larger winter lounge on a lower level. The dining area leads into this lower level living room through a lovely archway. There are also stone stairs that lead up to a cosy study/office room. This area has its own terrace that looks out over the gardens and the countryside. From the lower level living room or winter lounge there is a doorway that leads out onto the lovely summer lounge. This is fresh and spacious with wonderful floor to ceiling glass windows looking out to the mature gardens and hills. This room also has its own dining area. This property has some wonderful outdoor spaces with lots of nooks and crannies, and different seating areas. The swimming pool is surrounded by grass and gardens which have an automatic irrigation system. There are many different fruit trees on the property to enjoy; apple, plum, quince, fig, orange, lemon, lime as well as a small grapevine. This property is perfect for someone looking to relocate, looking for a second home or as a B&B rental investment. A must view property!
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