17th Century Estate
Alcabideche, Lisbon 2645



Ownership: For Sale
Type: Mansion
Area: 5000M² (53820.0 sq ft)
Lot Size: 260000 M²
Council Tax Band: TBC


Price: €45,000,000
Nuno Franco
Managing Director - Portugal
Avenida da Liberdade 69, 4ºC, 1250-140 Lisbon


This amazing 17th Century Estate is the largest private property located in the magical Sintra-Cascais Natural Park.

With a singular landscape dominated by the Sintra mountains and covered in rich vegetation, this is a unique property that has 10 Villas, an original chapel, and other constructions representing a total living area of 53 820 sq ft (5000 sqm) in a plot of 64.24 Acres (260 000 sqm).

The Sintra-Cascais Natural Park is part of Portugal's ecological reserve, so any type of new construction is not allowed and strictly forbidden. This fact grants this magnificent estate an unparallel value and potential for a private residence, an exclusive development, or a luxury hotel.


10 Villas


Tennis court

Living Area: 53 820 sq ft (5000 sqm)

Plot: 64.24 Acres (260 000 sqm)


5 minutes drive from Cascais Downtown and beaches

25 minutes drive from Lisbon

10 minutes drive from Guincho Beach

15 minutes drive from Cascais Aerodrome (Private Jets)

30 minutes drive from Lisbon's International Airport

About Sintra-Cascais Natural Park

Unusually close to a major city like Lisbon, Sintra-Cascais Natural Park has managed to preserve throughout the territory surrounding the westernmost point of continental Europe and to coexist harmoniously nature and human presence, that, so near the capital, would inevitably make itself felt.

In its territory, the park presents a stunning diversity of environments and landscapes, including sand dunes, forests, lakes, a rugged coastline where high cliffs are interspersed with lovely beaches, the imposing and Cabo da Roca, in the center, the magnificent Serra de Sintra and the entire area classified by UNESCO as a cultural landscape heritage of mankind.

About Cascais

Blame King Luís I (1838 – 1889) for the upturn in the fortunes of Cascais. He declared it his favourite summer destination back in the 19th Century and the rest, as they say, is history.

It’s not so hard to imagine Cascais as a painting where the blue of the Atlantic Ocean and the green of Serra de Sintra combine in a unique landscape that deserves to be immortalized. When you walk around Cascais, it feels that idyllic, too. The town once favored as a retreat for Portuguese royals has maintained a certain old-world charm that is particularly hard to come by these days. Many of the best things to do in Cascais don’t involve doing much at all, and it’s the slow pace of life that makes this place great.

Cascais is a blend of royal palaces, luxury villas, beautiful beaches, world-class golf courses, immense leisure activities, water sports, and fabulous food. A very lively and cosmopolitan town, that preserves a great deal of its earlier aristocratic atmosphere, making it one of the most exclusive locations in Portugal.


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