Ladeiras Farm nestled at the foot of Serra da Arrábida Natural Park, in the beautiful aristocratic village of Azeitão, in Setúbal district, is just over half an hour from Lisbon (42km - 26miles), the international airport Humberto Delgado, as well 30km/18miles from the future Montijo Airport.Azeitão village is known for wine production vineyard farmlands, such as José Maria da Fonseca, for the cheese of Azeitão, for it's delicious pies, as well as for its aristocratic past estates.This farm, of a unique natural beauty, is inserted in a region of high agricultural potential due to its fertile prime terroir ideal for growing vines. It has three main areas of vines, pasture and trees like cork oaks, olive and holm oaks. It has abundant water like that of the stream that borders this farm and gives its name. Well served by good accessibilities, it is supplied by municipal water and electricity.As it is a farm that allows 4,000 m2 of new construction, according to the Municipal Master Plan, it is an opportunity for those who want to invest and get a quick financial return (purchased allowed construction/sqm + new construction cost per sqm = total sqm cost > €450sqm + €1.000sqm = € 1.450sqm). Surrounding properties are sold for about €5.000 sqm.This real estate investment can be made with different business in mind: individual houses with large common enjoyment areas; short-term accommodation; senior residences for medium / high economic class, etc.It is also suitable for a family who wants a weekend retreat or vacation house, as it is close to beaches, beautiful walking routes, boat trips, horse rides and much more.Nearby you can find the following attractions: Serra da Arrábida Natural Park with miles of hiking trails of supreme beauty; Franciscan Nossa Senhora da Arrábida Monastery built in the 16th century; Portinho da Arrábida and Galapinhos pristine beaches; Sado River Estuary Natural Reserve and its joyful resident dolphins; Tróia Peninsula and it's trendy famous beaches like Comporta and Carvalhal; José Maria da Fonseca cellars and Wine Museum installed in a 19th century building, which displays the old machinery that depicts the evolution of wine production in the last 150 years; Azeitão Tile Factory that maintains the tradition of manual tiles, using the faience technique; Palace of the Dukes of Aveiro, built in the 17th century in the Renaissance style; Quinta da Bacalhôa - Former Quinta Fresca, where in the 15th century King D.João I founded a palace, which later came to be called the Palace of Quinta da Bacalhôa; it houses an important tile heritage of the 15th and 16th centuries; Quinta das Torres 16th century noble house inn; Quinta da Nogueira, owned by D. Constança, wife of King D. Pedro (14th century). Numerous restaurants of great reputation; Cities of Setúbal, and Sesimbra.