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Price2,950,000 EUR
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Lovingly Maintained 7 bedroom Villa for sale in Pereira, Barcelos, Northern Portugal

2,950,000 EUR
2,537,000 GBP3,156,500 USD
Superb and substantial 7 bedroom country property nestling in 39 acres of glorious land with beautiful gardens and expansive pool, built in the middle of the 16th Century as a Franciscan convent, and currently run as a Rural Tourism House located in Barcelos, Pereira.

The building has undergone renovation work since the 80s, and is surrounded by magnificent romantic gardens with bridges, ponds and a refreshing swimming pool.

On the boundary of the property there is a leafy forest of pines and oaks.

Located just 30 minutes from Francisco Sa Carneiro International Airport and Porto....
Superb and substantial 7 bedroom country property nestling in 39 acres of glorious land with beautiful gardens and expansive pool, built in the middle of the 16th Century as a Franciscan convent, and currently run as a Rural Tourism House located in Barcelos, Pereira.

The building has undergone renovation work since the 80s, and is surrounded by magnificent romantic gardens with bridges, ponds and a refreshing swimming pool.

On the boundary of the property there is a leafy forest of pines and oaks.

Located just 30 minutes from Francisco Sa Carneiro International Airport and Porto.
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On finding a property you wish to purchase, your agent will draw up a 'Letter of Intent, this will be signed by both parties, vendor and buyer. Copies of this will be given to the legal representatives of both parties and will be used in preparing the Promissory Contract. Included in this letter will be the price, what is included in the sale, furnishings etc. and any conditions of the sale plus the dates for both exchange and completion.

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