This stunning Farmhouse is located in the magical region of Alentejo close to the town of Montemor-o-Novo, less than one hour from Lisbon, and 20 minutes from Évora. The property offers the perfect combination for those looking for the countryside pace and setting with easy and convenient access to a cosmopolitan and trendy city like Lisbon.
Montemor-o-Novo is a charming ancient town with a rich history and monuments, from which the 13th century Castle stands out. The views from the property are magical, over the town, the castle, and over cork oak trees and pastureland that extend as far as the eye can see.
The farmhouse boasts 1,300 sq m of covered area with 6 en suite bedrooms and several spacious social areas that are an invitation to relaxation and, at the same time, to entertain and to host friends, and a fully independent loft. The plot has 6 hectares (60,000 sq m), it’s perfectly landscaped, and has more than 600 trees including olive trees, oaks, fig, orange, tangerine trees, plum trees, peach trees, pear trees, quince trees, persimmon trees, and lemon trees among other native flora from the region.
The main house has a perfectly square-shaped interior patio with a leafy and classic Portuguese pavement, perfect for cozy and private moments.
One side of the main house faces the panoramic pool and has an expansive porch that invites for outside leisure moments or al fresco summer dining. The views are breathless over the plains, the town, and the Castle. Watching the sunrise from here is priceless, as the sun rises from behind the castle.
The Farmhouse’s independent loft has 137 sq m and includes a living room, kitchen, bathroom, and a beautiful terrace.
Main Living room with fireplace (140sqm)
Living room with fireplace
Dining Areas with fireplace
Kitchen area by the pool
6Bedrooms–all with private bathroom
2 Big Closets – with private bathroom/each
Extra Room (exterior with private bathroom)
Several terraces and porches
Central heating (gas)
Garden with smart irrigation system
Some of the decoration pieces and furniture pieces are included in the asking price.
Évora 20 minutes
Montemor-o-Novo downtown 5 minutes
Lisbon 50 minutes
Lisbon International Airport 50 minutes
Less than an hour away from Pristine Beaches, Comporta, and Five World Class Golf Courses
The wide-open solitude of Alentejo provides a surprising sanctuary for those wishing to live life at a different pace.
This Farmhouse will allow you to experience perfect peace, however close with easy access to Lisbon, several pristine beaches, and numerous activities and cultural events. From Eco-trails to protected Riverland, from cultural events in Montemor-o-Novo to the historic center of Évora that UNESCO has classified World Heritage, Sky Diving, Go-Kart Racing, water skiing, world-class golf courses, or Surfing, are part of the immense options of activities that will ensure you'll never get bored.
The Gastromy in Alentejo is unique and delicious, with rich ingredients prepared according to ancient methods, by skilled hands, are what makes the food of Alentejo truly special.
Each town has its own specialty and you’re never far away from a vineyard producing some of the country’s most delicious wine.
Alentejo is a synonym of endless plains, fantastic beaches, unique cuisine, to see and live and savor.
The Alentejo, stretching from the banks of the River Tejo to the mountains that surround the Algarve, is the heartland of Portugal.
These coastal plains and marble hills have inspired countless epic tales and adventures, with the Phoenicians, Celts, Romans, and Moors each leaving their mark on the unique local culture.
Discover both bliss and thrills in the rolling plains and mountains with their blue rivers, pristine beaches, and villages painted in white and blue. Enjoy local wines and cuisine that are unlike anything else. This is cork country and the cork trees turn the flowing plains of the Alentejo into a romantic and enchanting place of sun and shadows.
This is home to miles of sandy Atlantic beaches to explore. Here too you find the largest cork forests in the world, some of the best olives, pottery towns, and walled hilltop towns with castles dressed in marble. The name Alentejo comes from the Portuguese words Além and Tejo, meaning beyond the River Tejo.
This is almost a third of Portugal and is less than an hour from Lisbon. Go beyond the Tejo and discover a whole other world: The Alentejo.