Wonderful farmhouse located in Serra da Arrábida in Setúbal, comprising a 5 bedroom villa, garden, rustic land with olive trees and amazing views.
The property, located in the extreme of the Serra da Arrábida Natural Park, near the Forte de São Filipe, is situated on a plot of circa 7,400 sq m and offers a villa of approximately 296 sq m of living space. The two story house is set in rustic land with 30 olive trees and comprises:On the upper floor we find a large entrance hall that leads to the main living area with fully equipped kitchen, two dining areas, a pantry and a laundry room, a dining room with access to the outside, and a living room. The living room is spread over two different levels, with fireplace and direct access to the garden, with panoramic views over the Tróia Peninsula. There is also a guest bathroom on this level. On the upper level there are three bedroom suites with wardrobes, all with access to the terrace and sea view, and the main bedroom suite has a spacious wooden walk-in closet and en suite bathroom.In the same area of the house, there is also an office, with an independent access door to the outside.On the lower floor, we find a cinema room and an additional bedroom suite, with an independent access door to the outside, as well as a passage to the garage.The house is surrounded by bushes, trees and plants, in harmony with the surrounding nature. A swimming pool is currently under construction, facing south and positioned to enjoy the view.The rustic land has olive trees and other fruit trees. The property is fenced with a hammock, in accordance with current legislation. Faucets are installed every 25 meters, connected to the irrigation system through a hole in the property.The property benefits from views over the Serra da Arrábida, city of Setúbal, Tróia Peninsula, Sado River and the Atlantic Ocean.
Setúbal is a Portuguese city, capital of the district of Setúbal (since 1926) and seat of a diocese (since 1975), with 91,000 inhabitants in its urban area.It is the seat of a municipality with an area of 230.33 km² and 116 330 inhabitants (2017), subdivided into 5 parishes. The municipality is limited to the west by the municipality of Sesimbra, to the northwest by Barreiro, to the north and east by Palmela and, to the south, the Sado estuary separates it from the municipalities of Alcácer do Sal and Grândola. The Troia peninsula, belonging to Grândola, is located in front of the city, between the Sado estuary and the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.Its main interests are the Military Heritage (Fort of São Filipe de Setúbal, Castle of São Filipe, Fort of Santiago do Outão, Fort of Albarquel, Fort of Santa Maria da Arrábida), Religious Heritage (Convento de Jesus, Convento da Arrábida, Brancanes Convent, Church of Santa Maria da Graça - Cathedral, Church of S. Julião, Church of S.Lourenço, Azeitão, Church of São Simão, Azeitão), Archaeological Heritage (Roman factory of Salga in Cetóbriga - Setúbal, Roman ruins of Troia in Grândola, Creiro archaeological site in Arrábida, Pedrão archaeological site in Serra de São Luís, Via Romana do Viso), among other types of heritage (Palácio da Comenda, Casa das Quatro Cabeças, Casa de Bocage).You can still enjoy its beaches, gastronomy, parks and gardens.It also offers a vast transport network including road (A2, A6, A12, A13, IC1, N5, N10), port (Porto de Setubal), railway (Sado Line and Alentejo Line) and airport (Lisbon Airport).