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4.8 ha quinta Castelo Branco, Portugal

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Photos and more details to follow when I've got my thoughts a bit better organised and had some kind of valuation done, but I've decided to sell my little farm after losing my husband last year. Too many memories here, which are making it difficult for me to move on with my new partner, so a move to a new place will allow us to make a fresh start and build a new life together.  

Large well for irrigation.  Bore-hole for drinking water.  Small house with grid electricity, currently with solar panels and a grid feed contract but we will likely take the panels with us unless the purchaser makes us an appropriate offer for them.  0.8 ha of walled land enclosing the house, and 4 ha immediately below, which is basically left wild.  

There is also 1.5 ha in the forest about a km away, with loads of wild stuff and around 50 olive trees which could be included with the sale at extra cost.

Here's a thread which may be of interest - Burra's place

At a very rough guess, I'd say I'd be looking for around €60.000 and would be tempted if someone offered me €50.000, but I should really get a proper valuation done.
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Your place looks so nice Burra!  Definitely get that valuation done, and good luck.
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Hi Burra Maluca,

Is this property still on sale? I'm interested on it.

Thank you very much.
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