Rua José Maria Pinto, 348, Oliveira de Azeméis, Aveiro, 3720

Rua José Maria Pinto, 348
Oliveira de Azeméis Aveiro 3720
Portugal

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Property

Ownership: For Sale
Type: Farm
Bedrooms: 11 BR
Bathrooms: 13
Pets: Pets Allowed
Area: 59099M² (636147 sq ft)
Lot Size: 14.60 Acres
Tenure: Tenure Unknown

Financials

Price: €6,000,000
($7,200,000)
Carlos Alves
Real Estate Advisor
Shawn Elliott
Managing Director of the Ultra Luxury Division
Nuno Franco
Sales Manager - Nest Seekers Portugal
Avenida da Liberdade, 129 B , 1250-140 Lisbon

Description

About The Cachide Farmhouse:

Stunning Manor, with a 636147,10 ft2 (59.100m2) plot, located in the beautiful parish of Santiago de Riba-Ul, in Oliveira de Azeméis.

This Manor is located in a quiet area and surrounded by untouched nature and divided in the following way.

The Main House: dated 1938, was assigned by one of Portugal’s most iconic Architect’s Raul Lino. The main house has 5 bedrooms, and a living area of 5069.80 ft2 (471m2) divided by 3 floors.

On the main floor, there is a spacious entrance hall with a toilet, living and dining room, social room, large kitchen with central island, 1 maid suite, and laundry.

On the 1st floor, there are 3 suites with a closet and 1 bedroom/office.

In the basement, we can find a games room with a heating stove, a living room with a bar with direct access to the wine cellar with tasting room, 1 bathroom, and a storage room with security safe.

The Guest House: A wooden house with 4 bedrooms, of which 2 en suites, with a living area of 2815,83 ft2 (261.60m2), air conditioning and central heating, 2 social bathrooms, living and dining room with wood stove and fully equipped kitchen.

In the basement, there is a lounge with natural light, a wine cellar, a bathroom, and a large room (Bunker).

The garden of the property is beautiful and vast and invites to long strolls in the middle of the nature.

There's also an external laundry room and machine room.

In the Caretaker House, there are 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, living room, and kitchen.

The Party Room is glazed and has plenty of natural light, ample space with a wood-burning stove, a complete kitchen with a wood oven and a barbecue grill with rotating spits, an enormous wine cellar, and a bathroom for men and women.

The Chapel: built from scratch and licensed by the church.

The Garages: some with automatic gates and others open with a capacity for 20 cars.

Garden: The outside area is vast and majestic with several ambiances, centennial trees, and plants with flowers giving color a unique charm and a character to the garden.

Warehouse: where we can find all types of agricultural machinery for the necessary activities, such as a tractor, among others.

There is also a kitchen to support the agricultural activities, room, corrals, 2 kennels, growing areas with different types of fruit trees, wood area (cut and stored), 2 water wells, 3 artesian wells, automatic irrigation, 2 tanks with running water.

Distances:

Porto International Airport – 62 km, 40 minutes by car

Porto – 50 km, 37 minutes by car

Aveiro – 21 km, 26 minutes by car

Lisbon – 277 km, 2h30m by car

Oliveira de Azeméis:

Is a Portuguese city located in the district of Aveiro and it is part of the Large Metropolitan area of Porto.

The city can be reached easily by a vast and modern network of roads and transportation

Aveiro:

Roaming through Aveiro is the same as diving in the waters of Center de Portugal. Known as the “Portuguese Venice”, the city is quietly dominated by the Ria de Aveiro, described by Saramago as “a living body that connects the land to the sea like a huge heart.”

Get on board in a moliceiro (the typical boat of Aveiro that makes the transportation of salt) and go along the canals of the lagoon which, just like water roads, lead you through the city. See the Art Nouveau houses which decorate the banks or discover their every detail by taking a guided walking tour organized by the City Museum. If you want to, you can also venture alone on a bike ride with BUGA, a public service in which you can use bikes borrowed by the municipality for free

You can also save some time visiting the Vista Alegre Factory, where the most international Portuguese porcelain is made.

It’s also possible to go down to Costa Nova and be charmed by this colorful piece of the Portuguese coast. This beach is different because of the wooden houses painted with stripes of white and bright colors which used to be haystacks and shelters for fishermen. Right next to it, at Barra beach, you will find the dominant and imposing Barra Light, the tallest lighthouse in Portugal.

Aveiro has always been linked to sea trade, fishing, and salt production.

About Raul Lino, Arq:

Portuguese architect, born in Lisbon on November 21, 1879, died July 14, 1974. Studied in Windsor, England (1890) and at the Hanover Institute in Germany. He worked in the studio of the German architect A. Haupt, a specialist in Portuguese medieval architecture.

He was a prolific author, responsible for more than 700 projects, but he became known above all for his written work in which he theorizes about Portuguese architecture. Of these works, A Casa Portuguesa (1929) stands out, where he tries to systematize the specific characteristics of Portuguese architecture and proposes models of houses to be adopted by designers. This work will have a great influence in the '30s and '40s.

He traveled extensively throughout Portugal and the colonies taking notes on architectural elements of traditional architecture that he would integrate into his projects.

His works include the O'Neil House, Cascais (1902), the Patudos House, Alpiarça (1904), the Cypress House, Sintra (1912), and the Tivoli Cinema, Lisbon (1924).

He was also appointed General Director of National Monuments in 1949, and was Director of the National Association of Fine Arts, from 1967.

This property is eligible for the Golden Visa, which grants buyer and family members the right to live, work and study in Portugal and permits free movement in Europe’s Schengen Area. Opportunities to become a permanent resident or citizen are possible after five years. We have partners that can support you through the Golden Visa process.

To live or to invest, this Farmhouse is a unique property located in one of Portugal's most romantic areas.

Amenities

  • Abundant Closets
  • A/C units
  • Back Yard
  • Balcony
  • Bar
  • Basement
  • BBQ
  • Deck
  • Dining Area
  • Dishwasher
  • Finished basement
  • Fireplace
  • Garage
  • Garbage Disposal
  • Garden
  • Hardwood Floors
  • High Ceilings
  • Home Office
  • Laundry Room
  • Marble Floors
  • Private Entrance
  • Private Storage
  • Terrace
  • Washer Dryer

Exposures

  • East
  • North
  • South
  • West

Quinta Cachide - A Timeless and Majestic Manor in Portugal

Description

About The Cachide Farmhouse:

Stunning Manor, with a 636147,10 ft2 (59.100m2) plot, located in the beautiful parish of Santiago de Riba-Ul, in Oliveira de Azeméis.

This Manor is located in a quiet area and surrounded by untouched nature and divided in the following way.

The Main House: dated 1938, was assigned by one of Portugal’s most iconic Architect’s Raul Lino. The main house has 5 bedrooms, and a living area of 5069.80 ft2 (471m2) divided by 3 floors.

On the main floor, there is a spacious entrance hall with a toilet, living and dining room, social room, large kitchen with central island, 1 maid suite, and laundry.

On the 1st floor, there are 3 suites with a closet and 1 bedroom/office.

In the basement, we can find a games room with a heating stove, a living room with a bar with direct access to the wine cellar with tasting room, 1 bathroom, and a storage room with security safe.

The Guest House: A wooden house with 4 bedrooms, of which 2 en suites, with a living area of 2815,83 ft2 (261.60m2), air conditioning and central heating, 2 social bathrooms, living and dining room with wood stove and fully equipped kitchen.

In the basement, there is a lounge with natural light, a wine cellar, a bathroom, and a large room (Bunker).

The garden of the property is beautiful and vast and invites to long strolls in the middle of the nature.

There's also an external laundry room and machine room.

In the Caretaker House, there are 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, living room, and kitchen.

The Party Room is glazed and has plenty of natural light, ample space with a wood-burning stove, a complete kitchen with a wood oven and a barbecue grill with rotating spits, an enormous wine cellar, and a bathroom for men and women.

The Chapel: built from scratch and licensed by the church.

The Garages: some with automatic gates and others open with a capacity for 20 cars.

Garden: The outside area is vast and majestic with several ambiances, centennial trees, and plants with flowers giving color a unique charm and a character to the garden.

Warehouse: where we can find all types of agricultural machinery for the necessary activities, such as a tractor, among others.

There is also a kitchen to support the agricultural activities, room, corrals, 2 kennels, growing areas with different types of fruit trees, wood area (cut and stored), 2 water wells, 3 artesian wells, automatic irrigation, 2 tanks with running water.

Distances:

Porto International Airport – 62 km, 40 minutes by car

Porto – 50 km, 37 minutes by car

Aveiro – 21 km, 26 minutes by car

Lisbon – 277 km, 2h30m by car

Oliveira de Azeméis:

Is a Portuguese city located in the district of Aveiro and it is part of the Large Metropolitan area of Porto.

The city can be reached easily by a vast and modern network of roads and transportation

Aveiro:

Roaming through Aveiro is the same as diving in the waters of Center de Portugal. Known as the “Portuguese Venice”, the city is quietly dominated by the Ria de Aveiro, described by Saramago as “a living body that connects the land to the sea like a huge heart.”

Get on board in a moliceiro (the typical boat of Aveiro that makes the transportation of salt) and go along the canals of the lagoon which, just like water roads, lead you through the city. See the Art Nouveau houses which decorate the banks or discover their every detail by taking a guided walking tour organized by the City Museum. If you want to, you can also venture alone on a bike ride with BUGA, a public service in which you can use bikes borrowed by the municipality for free

You can also save some time visiting the Vista Alegre Factory, where the most international Portuguese porcelain is made.

It’s also possible to go down to Costa Nova and be charmed by this colorful piece of the Portuguese coast. This beach is different because of the wooden houses painted with stripes of white and bright colors which used to be haystacks and shelters for fishermen. Right next to it, at Barra beach, you will find the dominant and imposing Barra Light, the tallest lighthouse in Portugal.

Aveiro has always been linked to sea trade, fishing, and salt production.

About Raul Lino, Arq:

Portuguese architect, born in Lisbon on November 21, 1879, died July 14, 1974. Studied in Windsor, England (1890) and at the Hanover Institute in Germany. He worked in the studio of the German architect A. Haupt, a specialist in Portuguese medieval architecture.

He was a prolific author, responsible for more than 700 projects, but he became known above all for his written work in which he theorizes about Portuguese architecture. Of these works, A Casa Portuguesa (1929) stands out, where he tries to systematize the specific characteristics of Portuguese architecture and proposes models of houses to be adopted by designers. This work will have a great influence in the '30s and '40s.

He traveled extensively throughout Portugal and the colonies taking notes on architectural elements of traditional architecture that he would integrate into his projects.

His works include the O'Neil House, Cascais (1902), the Patudos House, Alpiarça (1904), the Cypress House, Sintra (1912), and the Tivoli Cinema, Lisbon (1924).

He was also appointed General Director of National Monuments in 1949, and was Director of the National Association of Fine Arts, from 1967.

This property is eligible for the Golden Visa, which grants buyer and family members the right to live, work and study in Portugal and permits free movement in Europe’s Schengen Area. Opportunities to become a permanent resident or citizen are possible after five years. We have partners that can support you through the Golden Visa process.

To live or to invest, this Farmhouse is a unique property located in one of Portugal's most romantic areas.

Amenities

  • Abundant Closets
  • A/C units
  • Back Yard
  • Balcony
  • Bar
  • Basement
  • BBQ
  • Deck
  • Dining Area
  • Dishwasher
  • Finished basement
  • Fireplace
  • Garage
  • Garbage Disposal
  • Garden
  • Hardwood Floors
  • High Ceilings
  • Home Office
  • Laundry Room
  • Marble Floors
  • Private Entrance
  • Private Storage
  • Terrace
  • Washer Dryer

Exposures

  • East
  • North
  • South
  • West

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