This typical Alentejo lot consists of two houses totally unrelated field, smaller home (3 people) has one double bedroom, bathroom, living room with single bed (satellite) and kitchenette. The building lot is unique century. XVI, rural, maintaining the traditional characteristics. The largest house consists of dining room, living room with fireplace, wood burning stove, satellite TV, a suite and 2 further bedrooms with shared bathroom and kitchen.
This home is fully insulated, in the middle of a traditional Alentejo field.
The house lies in the heart of the Alentejo wine, with reference restaurants and excellent wine cellars nearby.
Evora UNESCO World Heritage
This region is very rich in megalithic monuments like the cromlech Almendres and Dolmen of two mysterious places to visit 12km from Évora.
Evora has over 2000 years of history, its architecture evokes memories of many people who passed through and marked their evolution, such as the influence of Roman and Moorish peoples.