Quinta dos Carvalhos is a beautiful property in the North of
Portugal, 30 minutes from Porto, in Oliveira de Azeméis
Total area of ??10,000 m2.
Quinta dos Carvalhos is composed of a magnificent modern villa with a unique character, and designed by an illustrious Architect. This house of author has a predominance both inside and outside of natural materials such as Afisélia Woods, Ivory Cream Marbles, Ardosias, Yellow Granite, Silestone and many unique materials from all over the world.
The cover is titanium foil, with excellent resistance to atmospheric corrosion. There are now numerous titanium-coated buildings in various countries such as the Science Museum in Glasgow, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam and the new Museum of Art in Denver.
The property consists of 2 floors: Basement with 354 m2 and Ground floor 403 m2
5 Suites (main suite is composed of hall, closet and waiting room)
2 Kitchens (one on each floor)
Living room with Bar and a panoramic sight,, Large Dining room; Guest room and Recreation room
2 Storage rooms
2 Sanitary facilities (one in the basement and another on the ground floor)
Covered and paved terraces with built-in sliding doors.
Machine House with electrical machinery, oil filling stations, refrigerating, air stabilisation vent and air conditioning machinery,
Earthquake-proof box foundations and waterproofing against rising damp.
Hole and deposit, tank with bomb for watering
Magnificent gardens with flowers, organic garden and with various fruit trees.
Access to the tributary of the river Antuã, where in the summer you can enjoy delicious baths.
The magnificent location of Macinhata da Seixa, half-way through the grove, facilitates the view of beautiful landscapes.
This village, formerly known as the Village of the Cherry Trees, delights visitors who run from one end to the other.
Quinta dos Carvalhos is full of charm, comfort and tranquility, 30 minutes from the city of Oporto and 20 kms from Ovar, accessed by the A32 and A1.
In its surroundings there is a precious historical heritage, a church, dated 1716, with a beautiful carving, the Chapel of Our Lady of Socorro, 1759, but whose origin is lost in time, and a group of important houses for the history of this parish, are testimony of an old greatness that definitively marked the parish of Macinhata da Seixa.
Small corners in various places of the property, in an area of ??great natural beauty, with privacy and fabulous views, this property represents a magnificent refuge and a great investment for those looking for a permanent residence or investment in the areas of health and quality tourism. Enjoying the present, investing in the future!