Farm, with 5.6 ha, located in Évora, close to the upcoming hospital (which is already under construction) and the city centre. The main house, with a 918 sqm private gross area, is placed in the centre of the property, being distributed by three floors. On the ground floor there is a living room, a dining room, two kitchens and a pantry. The second floor comprises three bedrooms, a bathroom, an office, a living room and two suites, one of them with a closet, which can be converted into a bedroom. On the outside of the property, there are the garages, storage areas, stables, warehouses, chicken coops, stables and barns. The last floor comprehends an entry hall, five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a kitchen. The farm (Quinta) is a flat property, with no slope, with two independent entrances, providing a North, South, East, West sun exposure. Évora is a city that resembles a Portuguese art history book. The best way to visit it is on foot, walking through the narrow streets of white houses to discover the monuments and details that reveal the history of Évora and the richness of its heritage. Due to its quiet and welcoming environment, it is easy to understand why this city, originated in Roman times, was chosen as the place to live by the kings of Portugal in the 15th century, a fact that contributed to the development and cultural importance that it had in the following centuries. In fact, it was its long history and the fact that it has preserved a representative urban ensemble from the 16th to 18th centuries to the present day, that led UNESCO to classify Évora as a World Heritage Site. The Giraldo Square is the heart of the city and a meeting point par excellence, with cafes, esplanades, shops and the touristic office. At one end of the city there is the Santo Antão Church and the marble fountain with 8 spouts, representing the 8 streets that lead there. Starting from the arcades in Giraldo Square, take a first tour of the main points of interest: the Temple and the Roman baths, the medieval walls, the Cathedral, the Graça Church and the São Francisco Church, with its curious Bones´ Chapel. The Sé tower and the Temple are ex-libris of the city and will be part of the photo album. The Sé Tower is easily recognized by its particular shape: a combination of conical towers, which is unusual in the Portuguese architecture. In the middle of the city, it can be a good guide to see where you are. Really close, in the Conde Vila Flor square, stands out the great Temple of Roman origin, a symbol of the imperial cult, which for centuries was thought to be dedicated to the goddess Diana. Évora is an inspiring city with plenty to discover.