Historical Heritage built in the first half of the XIX Century by Carlos O´Neill, irish catholic who was descenden tfrom one of the most important families of the north of Ireland who seacrched refuge in Portugal due the political-religious conflicts that happened at the time with the english protestants. Its located at the outskirts of the city of Setubal, next to the natural park of Arrabida considered to be one the most atractive spots by the atlantic coast by Unesco. Due its location it has fantastic views over the city and the river, being adjcent to the Castle of Palmela, Brancanes Convent, and the S.Luis Mountain. Hans Christian Andersen, in one of their books referred the place of being a superb place of peace and tranquilty that he wished that all mankind should have access to surely due to its microclimate ambiance of true romantic feel, as well as the introduction of the fir tree still existent there, symbol of the fratenity and afection between the the Portuguese and Danish nations. Its is described as having a main building, of front triangular entrance, being the main symetrical axis of the two side buildings, with two floors in which the fenestration gives a true sense of well balance within the facades. Its shows monumentality and magnificence, having a layered romantic garden with double side stone stairs where we can find a ancient cavern with secret and symbolic inscriptions. It has a chappel, fertile surrounding land, with fruit trees, ponds and a wind mill.