17th century manor house in Atalaia near Tomar in central Portugal
This 17th century manor house, full of history and symbolism, was built in the year 1669 for the Counts of Atalaia, it still maintains its original architecture in perfect harmony with modernism and the comfort that is currently explored as housing and realization tourism. cultural events, known as “Casa do Patriarca”
Located in the municipality of Vila Nova da Barquinha, the Casa do Patriarca stands next to the Mother Church of the quiet parish of Atalaia.
The property has about 5,000 m2 and offers peace and tranquility in harmony with nature, where it has a magnificent garden with several walking areas, with a lake, swimming pool, numerous trees of the most varied species, some of which are centuries old; where we get lost in these romantic corners that make us dream.
In this space there is a large hall with about 600 m2 for holding events with a capacity for 500 people.
The entire garden and outdoor space has an automatic irrigation system, fed by several water holes, well and tank The main building on the ground floor consists of 6 suites, a living room with fireplace and access to a terrace, a kitchen, wine cellar, laundry and an independent bedroom with a bathroom for employees, this whole floor has central heating.
The first floor, which is a more private area of the house, is composed of three living rooms, five bedrooms (2 suites), three bathrooms, a kitchen, a balcony and a terrace.
The floors and ceilings on this floor are made entirely of wood In addition to these 2 floors there is also an attic that accompanies the entire area of the house.
There is also a large storage room with independent access that you can convert to other needs.
The property also includes the reconstruction of two houses that are currently in ruins to expand the living space.
Has a valid tourism license
This fantastic jewel is located in the center of Portugal on the route to Santiago and on the pilgrimage route of Mary about 30 minutes from Fátima
A few minutes drive away we have the castle of Almourol, the Templar city of Tomar with the Convento de Cristo, the dam of Castelo do Bode and Golegã which is the capital of the horse.
The sea coast is about 50 minutes away, as well as Lisbon and its airport.