Typical House with Porch in Vila Flor, Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro
70 000 €
Traditional transmontana house of 2 floors, with a beautiful wooden porch, built with schist and granite stone walls typical of the construction of the region.
Implanted in a plot of 136m2 and with a gross private area of 221 m2 in the middle of the historical area of Vila Flor near the church square.
After improvement works, this beautiful villa can become your home or vacation home in the lands of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro, and can become an investment of seasonal or annual profitability.
It benefits from its centrality, the beauty of its traditional features that both characterize and embellish Vila Flor, quiet land of palatial grandeur, good people, good food and capital of Olive Oil is also region of excellent vegetables grown in the famous Valley (Horta) of Vilariça and inserted in the production region of the best wines of Portugal.
Due to its great potential this villa could easily become a dream home!
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"Capital of the Olive Oil, in the heart of the Terra Quente Transmontana, in the South of Bragança District, Vila Flor has about 7 thousand inhabitants, spread over 14 parishes, in a total area of 272 Km2. D. Dinis, Poet King, when he passed through this town, until then called "Póvoa d'Álem Sabor", was enchanted and surrendered to the beauty of the landscape and, in 1286, lovingly renamed it "Vila Flor". Around 1295, D. Dinis orders to build around it, as a way of protection, a belt of walls with 5 doors or arches. The Arch of D. Dinis remains, a monument of public interest.
The Middle Ages of this "bouquet of cravelinas and bem-me-queres," as Cabral Adão called it, is flourishing, receiving special impetus with the reception of Jewish families fleeing European persecution and that were developing agriculture, trade and industries of tanning and goldsmithery. D. Manuel I later attributed a new charter to Vila Flor, reformulating the previous one, in May 1512, which can be seen in the Museu Municipal D.ra Berta Cabral. Anti-Jewish in nature, the policy of D. Manuel I meant the expulsion of Jews from the municipality, but ruins of houses and cobblestones can still be seen on Ruas Nova, Saco and Portela, the legacy of this remote period.
Rich in history, traditions, monuments and people, the Municipality is also a reference for the excellent quality of its agricultural products that come from the fertile Vilariça Valley. Companies such as Frize and Sousacamp, known inside and outside the Portuguese borders, are also part of the patrimony of this land. Famous in the art of hospitality, Vila Flor's accommodations include hotels, agro-tourism and rural tourism. In the summer, this "burgo alpestre" is sought by hundreds of tourists from various corners of the country and abroad, for the lush green wealth of its Camping Park." Source: Vila Flor City Council
- Natural Light
- Price: 70 000 €
- Status: Needing Total Refurbishment
- Net area: 136m2
- Gross area: 221m2
- Bedrooms: 3
- Construction Year: 1937
- Reference: C0406-01225