Situated in the historic center of Evora, near the Cathedral and the University, this magnificent 18th Century Palace was the former residence of the Earls of Ervideira and was built on the ruins of an ancient archbishop palace of the 13th/14th Century. The palace consists of three buildings, which have a total of 7 bedrooms, 12 living rooms, 8 bathrooms and 3 kitchens. Outside, it has the palace gardens, a swimming pool and its own garage. Newly restored, it has a new electric installation, plumbing and a diesel central heating boiler.
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