The original manor house and chapel were built in the 18th Century reportedly for the Caldeira de Mendanha family and is located between Lisbon and Porto. Currently functioning as a boutique hotel, the property was last fully renovated in 2003. The property can easily be converted back to a private house.
The estate has 1.2 hectares, extensive gardens and orchards with citrus and walnut trees. There is a stream, waterfalls and a water mill within the grounds which also has a swimming pool and parking for up to 30 cars.
The manor house consists of 4 Floors. The lower floor has a large conference room (160m2), bathrooms, a museum, and wine cellar. The Ground Floor has an entrance hall with access to the chapel, a dining room with spectacular fireplace and large external terrace for al-fresco dining, kitchens and laundry, bathrooms, office and library, a music room, 2 living rooms and closed garaging for 2 cars.
The 1st Floor has the Master Suite (40m2) with dressing room and terrace, the are 4 additional bedroom suites and a games room & bar with direct access to the pool. The 2nd Floor has 2 bedroom suites and a staff apartment. Above is the tower terrace with spectacular views over the Tagus valley.
The original farm workers accommodation adjoining the manor house has been converted into 5 self contained apartments including living room, kitchenette, bedroom, bathroom and terraces in each.