Manor House, Évora center
Manor House with an area of 678 m2, is located in one of the main streets of the city within walls. It also has landscaped space (interior courtyard).
Built in 1900, this distinct family house at the time currently comprises the junction of two distinct dwellings.
Return, in need of repair at the level of paintings, and other conservation work
Ground floor: 1 beautiful entrance hall with staircase to the upper floor, 3 storage rooms, a commercial space with direct entrance to the street of the bulls, and apartment consists of 2 rooms 2 bedrooms kitchen and toilet. Courtyard with independent entrance also to The Bull Street.
First. Floor: 3 bedrooms, 1 large living room, 1 office, 1 dining room, 1 kitchen, large balcony panoramic terrace and two bathrooms.
2nd Floor: 2 bedrooms, kitchen and toilet.
With electricity, public water and sewers.
Large house, suitable for a Tourism Unit, hotel or simply for Senior Residence, meeting its true dimensions.
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Évora is a portuguese city, capital of the District of Évora, in the Alentejo region and sub-region of the Central Alentejo.
Évora is the only Portuguese city that is a member of the Network of Older European Cities.
It is the headquarters of the fifth most extensive municipality in Portugal, with 1 307.08 km² of area.
Its well-preserved old town is one of the richest in monuments in Portugal, which is worth the epithet of City-Museum. In 1986, the historic center of the city was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Évora and its surrounding region have a rich history that goes back more than five millennia, as demonstrated by nearby megalithic monuments such as Anta do Zambujeiro and Cromeleque dos Almendres. Some Neolithic settlements have developed in the region, the closest located in alto de São Bento.
Another village of this type is the so-called Giraldo Castle, inhabited continuously from the 3rd millennium to the first millennium before Christ and sporadic occupation in medieval times. Archaeological excavations, however, have so far not demonstrated whether the area of the present city was inhabited before the arrival of the Romans.
Évora is the largest city in alentejo and the main urban agglomeration of the region. The growth trend is identical to that of other medium-sized Portuguese cities and is higher than that of the surrounding region. Like other Portuguese urban centers, there is a trend of population movement from small villages surrounding to Évora.
The landscape of the Évora region is characterized by extensive cultivation of cereals, with pasture spots and forests of sobro azinho. Vineyards, olive groves and rice pads are also part of the landscape.
Culture and Leisure:
The historic center of Évora is one of the richest in Portugal, being classified as a World Heritage Site since 1986. Some of its main monuments are:
– Roman temple of Évora, later came to be known as Temple of Diana.
– Church of St. Francis
– Palace of D. Manuel
– Convent of the Loios
– Évora Public Library
On the outskirts of the city you can find the famous Cartuxa Convent, still inhabited by monks today.
Infrastructure and economy:
The industry is also very present in the city economy, mainly in the sector of electronic and electromechanical components and construction.
One of the new Portuguese aeronautical clusters was installed in Évora, with the Brazilian Embraer as an anchor. Several other aviation companies have already settled or will soon install manufacturing units in the Aeronautical Industry Park of Évora. There is also in the city the Industrial and Technological Park of Évora, the Industrial Zone of Almeirim (North and South) and the Industrial Zone of Horta das Figueiras.
The traditional trade is located mainly in the city center, tourist area par excellence, while the large areas were mainly concentrated in the parish of Malagueira and Horta das Figueiras. – REF: HT-AP102005