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Bedrooms: 9
Bathrooms: 8
Additional characteristics: Alarm Air conditioning Tennis court Garage Garden

Farm with 23 Hectares and own dam in Arraiolos, Évora.

The property is composed of the main house and chapel having a caretaker’s house and a third independent flat.

All properties are independent and with a distance between them. The pool and garden over the dam are part of an idyllic composition where the property floats on the property’s highest point with panoramic views.

There is also the possibility of acquiring an additional 146 Ha, composed by forest space composed by stone pines with about 18 years old (10he has), a cork oak area with an adult population of Cork Oak and Holm Oak (100 he has), and an area with potential for arable crops and irrigated land with 106ha.

As for the hydric resources it disposes of a dam, a waterhole, and three boreholes, factor that associated with the existing water mirrors, that make this property ideal for animal production. Although the existing infrastructures are maintained, the former mesh size has been decommissioned, and there is currently Wagyu and Angus production, which benefits from the property being divided into parks and sectors created for this purpose.
Herdade das Postas is responsible for the production and export of Lusitano Horses to the North American market, meeting all the requirements for certification, and has an arena and stalls appropriate for the development of equestrian practice. – REF: BP_1011

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