Dwelling house consisting of three floors. It has 5 bedrooms, living room with fireplace, kitchen, and 3 bathrooms. The entire floor of the rooms is made of wood and the rest is ceramic.
The irrigation by the farm is done entirely by drip system. It also has 1 irrigation wells. This farm is 15 minutes from the city of Fundão.
It also has a cellar and garage.
On the ground you can find vast fruit trees such as Figueiras, Pessegueiro, Macieira, among others. There is also a vineyard in production.
With spectacular views over the mountains, this could be your dream home.
Fundão is a Portuguese city in the district of Castelo Branco, in the province of Beira Baixa, in the Centro region and sub-region of Beiras and Serra da Estrela, with about 8 750 inhabitants. It is the seat of a municipality with 700.20 km² in area and 29,213 inhabitants, subdivided into 23 parishes.
It is the seat of a municipality with 700.20 km² in area and 29,213 inhabitants (2011), subdivided into 23 parishes. The municipality is limited to the north by the municipalities of Covilhã, Belmonte and Sabugal, to the east by Penamacor and Idanha-a-Nova, to the south by Castelo Branco, to the southwest by Oleiros and to the west by Pampilhosa da Serra.
Fundão has a Mediterranean climate of the Csa type, that is, with hot summers. Days over 30ºC occur frequently, about 55 per year on average, and summers are dry. Winters are relatively cold and rainier, with days below 0 ºC occurring with some frequency, around 23 per year.
The city is an important local center for commerce, services and industry. The municipality comprises part of the most fertile land in the region, the great valley of Cova da Beira, where the Zêzere River and its numerous tributaries pass. Large productions are made of cherries and sour cherries, peaches, olive oil and wine.
In the municipality of Fundão there are about 300 cherry growers who provide direct employment, during the cherry season, to nearly two thousand people. The cherry of Fundão and the products created with this fruit represent more than 20 million euros per year in local economy.
There are tungsten mines, in Panasqueira (belonging to the municipality of Covilhã), and whose workers over the decades, made their living in Silvares, contributing a lot to its economy and development, among the most important of its kind in the world, also of lead and tin. There are quantities of silver and gold. Its mineral water is one of the most sold in Portugal.
At the north exit to Covilhã along the EN18, several industries and trades of interest were developed even at national level, such as the transformation of wood, granites, glass and swimming pools, and a special investment in the jewelery polishing industry. In this area there are several hotels, restaurants and swimming pools of tourist interest.