The late 19th century farmhouse buildings have been attractively redeveloped to provide two residences on either side of a cobbled courtyard. The architecture is traditional Portuguese, but in differing styles – the main house as a Manor House, and the Guesthouse as a Victorian era townhouse. A two storey technical building - also built in a traditional Portuguese style sits at the Eastern end of the courtyard, and provides plantrooms, storage, a further bedroom or office at first floor level, and another bathroom. Where possible salvaged historic components and fittings have been used in all three properties, including antique wrought iron balconies, a circular staircase, restored Victorian bathroom fittings, and local decorative stone surrounds to windows and doors. All of the buildings have roofs finished with antique pantiles. The Main House has three double bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms, a double height, atrium style, galleried living room, a large kitchen / dining room and a downstairs cloakroom / WC. On the south façade all ground floor rooms open out onto a wide stone terrace, dining area, and the substantial swimming pool. The Guesthouse has its own entrance hall a kitchen and has three large double bedrooms, again with en-suite bathrooms, four more bedrooms and two bathrooms. This part of the property could be used as two suites with separate bed and sitting rooms. The garden contains a large number of mature trees, including olives, figs, palms, pomegranates and almonds. Part of the site has been laid out ready for the construction of a tennis court. The 7,626m2 site is completely enclosed with stone walls, and served by four entrances, all fitted with high metal security gates. There is space for several cars on the paved areas inside the two main entrances. There are other outbuildings on the site, including a large stable building, which carries the 16 solar panels for heating and hot water, and another, dilapidated farmhouse building that could be restored to provide further accommodation if required. The property occupies a quiet, secluded, and very secure site on the first range of hills back from the ocean. It has extensive views over the surrounding countryside to the Atlantic, but is only ten minutes from the prestigious resorts of Quinta do Largo and Vale do Lobo. Several golf and tennis clubs are within easy reach, and there is upscale shopping and a wide range of restaurants within a few minutes drive.