Castelo Branco, Mogadouro, Bragança 3 bed Villa in Castelo Branco, Mogadouro, Bragança

Ref: 801/M/00030


Castelo Branco, Mogadouro, Bragança 3 bed Villa in Castelo Branco, Mogadouro, Bragança

Ref: 801/M/00030
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Living Area 72 m²
  • Plot Area 132 m²
  • Type Villa
  • Energy Class n.a.
House with 2 floors, for restoration in the town of Lardosa - Castelo Branco.

It has a total area of 132m2.
It is in a state of partial ruin, with front façade and side walls, has an area of 72m2 and a patio with fruit trees, properly walled with an area of 60m2.
It has rehabilitation project duly approved by the Chamber of Castelo Branco, with energy pre-certificate (A).
Located in a very quiet area, in the historic center of Lardosa.
It is 20 km from Castelo Branco, with access to the A23 motorway.
The town is served by essential shops and services, bus and train.

Schedule a visit and check the tranquility of the area.

Situated at the northern end of the municipality, with a not very extensive area (44.5 km2), this parish borders lousa (the West), Louriçal do Campo and Póvoa de Rio Moinhos (the Source), Escalos de Baixo and Alcains (to the south) and the neighboring municipality of Fundão (to the north).

Lardosa is more or less flattened land, with large tracts carved into small plots of good agricultural land where, even today, its inhabitants take their livelihood, both in products plucked from the land or in products derived from sheep animals, keeping today a considerable number of herds. The Santa Águeda Dam covers this place by the Spring.

From its remote origins are testimonies the archaeological remains, found in different places of the parish. J. Ribeiro Cardoso, by 1953, gives news of an ara collected by Dr. Manuel de Paiva Pessoa in the Fields of Lardosa, then deposited in the Francisco Tavares Proença Júnior Museum, dedicated to the deity "Trebanura" that will have Roman origin according to the opinion of Leite de Vasconcelos. Other places of interest and archaeological remains are: the Place of The Inchidro (village), the Place of the Old Tower (isolated finds), the Place of Lardosa (isolated finds) the Place of the Marateca (bridge), Place of the Valley of the Vineyard (isolated finds) and the Place of the Valley of the Tower, by the toponym that its name closes. - REF: 801/M/00030

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