Rural Algarve Property For Sale

Rural Algarve Property For Sale

If you are thinking of buying a property in Portugal, but don’t want to pay the high prices of the coastal areas, consider purchasing a Rural Algarve Property For Sale instead. A rural property in Portugal offers a low price tag and is a good choice for many first time buyers.

Land with total area of 4,800m2

This Rural Algarve property with total area of 4.800m2 is located close to the town of Figueres and is surrounded by vineyards. The property has a total building area of 4,800 m2 with various wine cellars and is set on 5,7 hectares of land. The main house has a separate dining room, a large living room with fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen and a bathroom. In addition, there is an adjoining house with a kitchen, living/dining room and a complete bathroom.

This property is located in a very quiet and typical Algarvian village, with good access and tarmac roads. It has a spectacular view of the countryside and is five minutes’ drive from Messines and 10km from Silves. The property has three urban items, two houses T4 (four bedrooms), and two wooden chalets T1 (one bedroom). The farmhouse is designed to be a rural tourism business, so it will generate additional income.

Stone construction

If you’re looking to purchase a rural Algarve property, then you’ve come to the right place. This property features plenty of extras, such as 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and an attic. It also features walled land that is over 19,000 square meters in size, a borehole, 200 olive trees, and mains electricity.

This property is located in a traditional village, Alamo, and enjoys a beautiful view over the Guadiana river and the surrounding hills. Its quiet location is close to two renowned golf courses, as well as beaches. Its total living space is 280 sq m. It also includes an outdoor shower, terraced gardens, a swimming pool, and a traditional bred oven.

The property has stone construction and electricity. There are two bedrooms on the ground floor, as well as a kitchen and dining area. The exterior of the stone house has a terrace and garden. It also has enough space to build a swimming pool or outdoor dining area. It also comes with an additional 800 square meter plot of land.

Mains electricity

The standard electrical supply in Portugal is 220 Volts (V) at 50 Hertz (Hz). However, some properties in rural areas or older buildings may only have 110 Volts. The electricity supply in Portugal is also subject to some regional variations, and some isolated villages and communities may not even have mains electricity. In these cases, you may have to use a transformer or voltage converter to ensure you have the correct voltage for your appliances. You should also look at the various available tariffs so that you can make the most informed decision.

Although power cuts are rare, you should prepare for them in case they occur. You can keep candles in your cupboards, check with neighbors if they have power, and check your fuse box to make sure it is working correctly.

Good access to the property

When you are looking to purchase a rural Algarve property, you need to ensure it has good access to the main road. This is crucial for your everyday life, as well as for emergency vehicles. The problem is that many rural properties in Portugal have access roads that are dirt, overgrown, or poorly maintained. In addition, these roads can become a real workout in mud if it rains heavily. When these conditions occur, your access options become extremely limited.

Another important factor to consider when buying a rural Algarve property is the distance to the nearest town or supermarket. If you don’t have a hypermarket near your property, it may not be practical for you to live there. This is why you should consider the “pint-of-milk test” – the distance from your home to the nearest grocery store. Also, keep in mind that as you move further from the coast, property prices will decrease. In rural Algarve property, however, you will be able to get a good value for your money because you are not living right on the coast.

Off grid quinta

This authentic Portuguese quinta is ideally situated near the village of Sao Marcos da Serra. It measures 400 m2 and has a separate apartment. The plot is approximately 3,5 ha. The property is connected to mains electricity and has a private well and large water tank. It also benefits from a 4G signal. The house also has a large terrace with panoramic views of the serra.

The quinta is only a ten minute walk away from a charming little village. The property has a swimming pool, garden areas and a parking area. The land is fenced. There are also three neighbouring towns: Oliveira do Hospital and Nelas. You can also drive to these towns easily.

This beautiful Algarve property has many potential uses. It has a ruin of a former manor house which is approximately 120 m2. There is also an approved project to build a large villa. The ruins are positioned at a southeast angle and enjoy panoramic views.

Townhouse

If you are looking for a townhouse for sale in rural Algarve, there are a few places you should consider. The Algarve region is a popular location for buyers from all over the world, thanks to its beautiful coastline, friendly atmosphere, and plentiful property for sale. It has everything from small holiday homes to large villas. Many of these properties are available at affordable prices.

The property is located in a quaint village, about 25 minutes from the seaside town of Portimao. It features a small hotel, spa, and several restaurants. It’s also situated right in the hills, and has a panoramic view. The property also includes an exploitation area with a swimming-pool and fenced gardens.

Annex

This spacious 6 bedroom villa with an annex in the rural Algarve is set in a peaceful residential neighbourhood. The property is divided into two separate sections, with the ground floor containing a spacious entrance hall, a living room with fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen, three double bedrooms and a terrace. On the upper floor, there is a large master bedroom with a terrace with panoramic views. This property also has a basement, with laundry and storage rooms.

The property is located in a village called Alcoutim, in the eastern Algarve. It has a swimming pool, a garden area and fenced land. The property also has a beautiful view of the countryside, making it an ideal investment opportunity.

Patio

If you’re looking for a property in the Algarve with a terrace and a patio, you’ve come to the right place. This region of Portugal has an abundance of rural, unspoilt properties and isn’t overly developed. This region also has a mixture of traditional homes and luxurious contemporary homes. You can find everything from a cosy, traditional villa to an ultra-modern apartment complex with on-site facilities.

A former warehouse in the City of Faro with an approved project for three townhouses comprises an area of 276 m2. The townhouses have 3 levels and private parking. The plot is located just 5 minutes’ walk from the beach. A tropical fruit farm covering 4.5 hectares with 1.5 ha of avocado trees is also for sale, as is a half hectare of undeveloped land.

Bbq

A rural Algarve property for sale with a BBQ is an excellent option for those looking for a quiet and peaceful country home. The area enjoys a mild climate and over 3,000 hours of sunshine per year. This property is ideal for a holiday home or a rental investment. The villa includes a private barbecue, air conditioning and a pool. It also includes an open terrace and garden.

Portugal property listings are available on the Properties page. There are search and map tabs to navigate your search. The listings include a variety of extras, such as 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, an attic and a garage. Other features of this Algarve property for sale include a walled plot with 19,000m2 of land, mains electricity and mains water.