This property has been lovingly restored by its present owners capturing all the charm of its original features but bringing it up to date for todays living standards.
The home is of a good structure and well maintained throughout. It has timber window units complete with shutters and insect screens, heavy wood front and back doors and the roof and shuttering are all in good order.
The reception hallway size of 11.30m2. Upon entering the house, the hall is home to a small wood burner and is traditionally tiled to waist height and from this point you can access any of the other 6 divisions of the property.
Straight ahead is the kitchen with a size of 9,90m2. It is fully fitted with a range of handmade bespoke quality floor and wall units with polished granite work tops forming an L shape and has fully tiled walls and floors with space also for a dining table. It has a back door with access to the back covered terrace.
To the left-hand side of the property is a large lounge of 24.85m2 covering the full width of the property from front to back. It has a wood burner and timber double doors also accessing to the part covered back terrace area.
To the right-hand side of the home are the two double bedrooms a dressing area and a small utility room of 4.80m2, housing all the white goods.
The master bedroom is light, bright and airy (11.80m2) and is entered through a dressing area (3.70 m2) which has ample wardrobe/storage units.
The en suite (8.10m2) linked to the master bedroom is more than spacious and is traditionally tiled the bath has been made a feature of (very pretty), the window is overlooking the gardens to the back of the home.
The second bedroom (10.80m2) is also light, bright and airy with a window overlooking the front of the property. The en suite adjoined to this bedroom is also home to a bath with overhead shower and has been neutrally tiled on both the walls and the floor.
From this room you can also enter the utility room which also offers access to the front courtyard and proves handy if you are spending time outdoors or in the large workshop/ storage space facing the house. The Outbuildings are styled with pretty arches in the railway styled feature outbuildings, featuring an original still working bread/pizza domed oven to one side, very rustic and traditional in appearance but also very pretty.
The courtyard to the front of the house has a very Mediterranean feel and is very picturesque with orange trees purposely presented in round planters to add to the effect. The courtyard is complete with whitewashed walls to both sides and has been fully paved.
To the rear is a fully tiled part covered terrace running right along the back of the house with a surface area of approx (20.00m2) from here you can access via a few steps to the half hectare large garden which offers good views over the Alentejo countryside, there is a host of olive and various mature fruit trees plus many shrubs, plants and flowers displaying colour and interest all year round.
The property is 112m2 and sits in, just less than, half an hectare of prime countryside. It is at the end of a short track and the nearest neighbours are farmers whom prove very helpful with the upkeep of the land belonging to the present owners.
The property is also a short drive to the nearest railway station which offers transport to both airports being Faro and Lisbon. Both coastlines south and west, just 40 mins by car, both offering fantastic beaches.
The location is also good as there is a small village approx 5 mins drive away and only 10mins from the main town of ourique which hosts all amenities for day to day living.
The property has its own borehole, mains electricity and the owners have installed ample electric points throughout the property.
Updated on August 2, 2021 at 1:15 pm