Quinta Vale Dos Anjos, Monserrate, Sintra | Property for sale | Savills
1,124.03 sq m
Guide price €10,000,000(฿360,492,770)

Quinta Vale Dos AnjosMonserrate, Sintra

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Key features

  • Superb brand-new Villa located in Sintra
  • Elegant family house with 970 sq.m
  • Special plot with 140000,00 sq.m
  • Located in a privileged area of Sintra – World Heritage site according to UNESCO
  • Property in front of Seteais Palace and Quinta da Regaleira

Charming Villa in Sintra surrounded by mountains and the sea

About this property

  • Once in a lifetime opportunity to own a unique estate with a brand-new Villa in the heart of Sintra with a breath-taking view over the mountains and the sea.

    Magnificent property with 970 sqm built area within a plot of 140000,00 sq.m nestled in the stunning nature reserve of the Sintra National Park; just half an hour outside of Lisbon, Portugal; surrounded by palaces and where the mountains and the sea coexist in a perfect harmony.

    This property borders the Seteais Palace, in the heart of Sintra – World Heritage site according to UNESCO; is about 100 meters from Quinta da Regaleira and extends up to the top of the mountain near Pena Palace.

    This house with elegant architecture comprises 3 levels above ground and is divided as follows:

    Level 0 includes a parking space for more than 10 vehicles; a technical area; a security cabin; a lift and an open space for a gym or a multipurpose room.

    Level 1 is composed by the entrance; a living room with fireplace; a dining room and a library; the kitchen with a support area and a laundry; 3 en-suite bedrooms with complete bathrooms and closets.

    Level 2 includes a main en-suite bedroom with complete bathroom and walking closet.

    As additional features, can be highlighted an average ceiling height of 2.95m; external walls in masonry with special cladding ("capote"); floor is covered with stone or wood; ceiling is covered with plasterboard; exterior facades face north-east, south-east, north-west and south-west; there is an electric heat pump for DHW production and air conditioning via underfloor heating;

    Rustic land of 140000,00 sq.m consists of arable crops, mixed woodland, orchard and eucalyptus.

    Construction, including the house, landscaping and exterior works, is expected to be completed by the end of 2022.

Local information

  • Sintra is a Portuguese Village belonging to Lisbon's district, located in its northern part. Notable for the presence of its romantic architecture which has led to its classification by UNESCO in 1995, as a cultural landscape and a world heritage.
  • Mystical Sintra has remained firm in the fight for its permanence in Village category, despite being the second most populous county in Portugal.
  • Sintra presents specific characteristics within an environmental and cultural context. It remains intact and cared for in an asset of palaces, parks, manor houses and respective woods; houses and chalets inserted in the middle of a forest vegetation.
  • The magic of religious or spiritual environments has also been maintained by preserving the convents and places for meditation among cliffs, churches, chapels and hermitages, secular centre of faith and art.
  • Seteais Palace was built in the 18th century from where can be seen the sea and the mountains. It was built at the bottom of Seteais fields. Those fields were used for the cavalry of the guard of their majesties during the visits of the royal family to Sintra, thus justifying the generous lawn that separates the palace from the main entrances.
  • Quinta da Regaleira is another magical place with a palace surrounded by lush gardens, lakes, caves, and enigmatic constructions that hide some alchemical meanings. It benefits from a micro-climate of Sintra's mountain range which greatly contributes to the constant fog that thickens its aura of mystery
  • Pena Palace is one of the best expressions of the 19th century architectural Romanticism in the world. After the 1755 earthquake in Lisbon, the chapel of Our Lady of Pena was destroyed as well as other buildings in the area. In 1840, the recovering process of the entire area of Pena's Palace began at the behest of D. Fernando II. In 1910, Pena's Palace was classified as a National Monument and is another important pole of Sintra's Cultural Landscape.

Additional information

  • EPC RATING = C
  • Proximity from important cities:
  • - 4,6 km from centre of Sintra
  • - 16 km from Cascais
  • - 28 km from Lisboa
  • Proximity from the Atlantic Coast
  • - 30 min from beautiful local beaches such as Praia das Maçãs, Praia Grande, Praia da Adraga; Praia do Guincho;
  • - Very good conditions for leisure, water sports, surf, golf, etc
  • - A suburban railway line is available, and the terminal station is located in the centre of Sintra. You can appreciate a pleasant journey of 30 minutes to the capital.