- Updated On:
- November 27, 2020
- 10 Bedrooms
- 7 Bathrooms
- 994.00 m2
This exquisite blueberry farm and vineyard includes 2.5 acres of green area, a contemporary main house, two pools (indoor and outdoor), a rustic winery, superb mountain views and almost 1 ha of blueberry plantation. 1.5 ha on 3.7 acres. Located in Portugal’s historic town Guimarães, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001.
2.5 acres of green area
A contemporary main house
Two pools (indoor and outdoor)
A rustic winery, event venue
Three car garage
Heating with controlled air renewal system throughout the house
Superb mountain views and almost 1 ha of blueberry plantation
Well for the garden
Vineyard, apple orchard and many other fruit trees
This beautiful property offers a plethora of business opportunities, the contemporary house is ideal for a family home or renting out with four bedrooms, three ensuite and walk-in wardrobes in each bedroom. It boasts a large open area leading to the indoor swimming pool, perfect for entertainment.
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The property is accessed through large electric gates, leading to a cobbled drive and three garages with the contemporary house. The large door opens to an entrance with wooden floors throughout. The passage to the left leads to the three large double bedrooms, two ensuite and with walk-in wardrobes. All electric shutters and large glass doors lead to the garden.
To the left of the entrance is the entrance to the large triple garage, a guest WC, the kitchen, pantry and doors leading to an outside courtyard.
As you enter, in front of you is a large sunken living/entertainment area leading to the impressive indoor swimming pool and guest WC. The wooden stairs lead to a landing and further bedroom with walk-in closet and ensuite. The large glass doors open up to a balcony with views of the mountains and city below. This house has been built for entertainment and comfortable living with all the ‘mod cons’ and luxurious finishes.
The cobbled driveway leads to the well-established blueberry plants and vineyard. There is ample parking with a tranquil water feature and garden built around the large boulders that were already at the property. This then leads down to the winery, outdoor swimming pool, apple orchard, vineyards and the rest of the property which has a chicken coop, greenhouse, walk-in fridge set up for the blueberries and grapes once picked. There is a levelled area for vegetables or further options to entertain.
The winery has varied options to be set up as a restaurant, yoga retreat or event venue for weddings or corporate events. On its ground floor, is the main room with a rustic wine press, and a storage room, which resembles an old vintage kitchen with a huge rustic fireplace, along with male and female WCs. The large open areas continue on the second floor for entertainment and further development waiting to be completed as the current owners started with construction for a further three bedrooms. The large open areas and beautiful original wooden features lend to a very unique location.
There is a modern walk-in fridge to the right of the winery, along with a chicken coop that could be developed further.
The large plot of 517,000m² surrounds the property, consisting of terraces with blueberries, vineyards, apple orchard, orange, tangerine, peach, olive, passion fruit, cherry, lemon and plum trees. There is a greenhouse, and large flat level area perfect for outdoor tables for events or yurts for further accommodation.
The property is connected to mains electricity and water, and has its own borehole water for the garden.
Located in Portugal’s historic town, Guimarães, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001. Guimarães is considered as the birthplace of Portugal with its extensive history, a variety of national monuments and historic buildings found within the city.
Braga is 25 minutes away, which is a wonderful tourist destination that combines history and culture, with numerous outstanding tourist attractions. The city is often regarded as the religious centre of Portugal, and this is confirmed every hour when a cacophony of different church bells ring out. Braga is home to the oldest cathedral in Portugal, and a day’s sightseeing can provide a glimpse into the importance and extensive history of the city. Within the maze of narrow streets, are Gothic churches, modern shopping streets, and grand baroque buildings surround peaceful plazas.
Porto is around 45 minutes away which is the second-largest city in Portugal. Porto is a fascinating and vibrant city which is rapidly becoming one of Western Europe’s most respected tourist destinations. The city boasts an extensive history, interesting tourist attractions, a buzzing nightlife, and outstanding tourist facilities. There is a lot to see and do in Porto, and this diverse city will appeal to a wide range of visitors. Porto is a historic and varied city, from the narrow cobbled streets that make up the ancient Ribeira district, through to the grand plaza of the Trindade district. The region is famed for the production of Port, which is still stored and matured in the vast cellars that stretch along the banks of the Douro River.
This property is perfectly located for events, rentals or any commercial idea to run along with the vineyards and blueberries. This is not be missed.