A Majestic manor villa from the late nineteenth century, located in Melgaço, proving the majesty of a time when good taste and refinement ruled. This house is part of an urban legend, the story of a Portuguese creator and builder who went to Brazil to make his fortune and, on his return, took the most beautiful, strong wood he could find to make his home. The outside balcony has, on the porch, balusters that are carved together, highlighting the skills and the precision of the stonemasons hired for the task. In the front windows of the building, next to the entrance, as well as the classic model of stonework, the builder seems to continue this technique, ordering the coat to be carved with the symbol of the Maltese Cross, in honor of the country in which he was born, and the Coat of Arms of the Federal Republic of Brazil. An architecturally splendid villa consisting of various styles, all very exquisite, and with all the luxury of the “Antiguas-tierras-florentinas” combination of paintings: wood, crystals, velvet and tapestries. Excellent location, being only 1 hour and 40 minutes away from Porto Airport.