Property located in Vila de Barrancos, full of charisma. It is divided into two fractions on a horizontal basis with separate accesses to the outside. Both have access to a backyard with an old wood oven, a well and a hut for animals, still with the original manger.
The upstairs house, with 100m2, was added in 1945, has a kitchen with a traditional fireplace, a cupboard built into the wall, and a door leading to the porch. It also has a beautiful dining room, with an adjacent old pantry. The walls are covered with murals that imitate marble, as they are hand-painted. The ceiling is still the original, since the construction of the house, it is made of plaster and painted. The floor is still divided into 3 bedrooms (two with separate dressing area) and potential to transform into suites.
The frame is still the original, and the complete replacement of the cover (roof) was carried out in 2019, including the covered area over the porch. The porch is a very pleasant outdoor area, it faces south and is connected to the house below and to the backyard via a flight of stairs. This has an area of 94m2, in which a small swimming pool and a leisure area can be built.
The house below has a construction date prior to 1800, with 100m2 and potential for renovation with several rooms. It has original old brick vaults, a fireplace and a shale floor from the local quarry in need of restoration. It has electrical installation, but without sewage and water pipes inside.
At the moment, the project for the licensing of works and improvements has already been approved by the Municipality of Barrancos.
The project includes the renovation of all interior spaces, where it is possible to have 4 bathrooms (suites). The potential for investment in the property is high, as the offer of ALs or hotels in the area is very scarce.
Barrancos is a Portuguese village in the district of Beja, Baixo Alentejo with about 1440 inhabitants.
The municipality/parish of Barrancos is limited to the north and east by the Spanish municipalities of Oliva de la Frontera and Valencia del Mombuey (Badajoz province) and Encinasola (Huelva province), to the south and west by the municipality of Moura and to the northwest by the municipality of Mourão. It is 110 km from the city of Évora.
In this village, the “Traditional Bullfighting Festivities” take place annually, that is, bullfights with deadly bulls. Very popular festival in Portugal and Spain, which attracts thousands of people/tourists. It is also a popular area for bird watching and other species, in the popular Noudar Nature Park.”