Farm Ranch in Mérida, Extremadura, Spain
Homestead with 600 Hectares and Agricultural Land and Manor House
This homestead has it all. It revolves around a large hill of medium height, undulating, closed with Mediterranean mountains, in which many boars are bred and sheltered.
It was never sold, it was only inherited generation after generation, since it has been in the hands of the same family since the mid-eighteenth century.
From an agricultural point of view, it has about 4,000 cork trees and large areas of old olive groves declared ecological. Large meadows that are sown annually with oats, wheat, pasture and other nutritious herbs.
As for cattle, it has about 250 cows in different enclosures with cattle net and stone walls. All these enclosures with puddles of water that fill with runoff and with springs.
It has another livestock area, specific to create a quota of 1,200 Iberian pigs in extensive regime.
In addition, the owner breeds horses there for his personal use.
The farm is very well prepared for long horse or bug rides along the long roads that cross it.
In a very private area of the farm is the house that basically consists of an almost square nucleus in which stand out the house of the lords, old mill, patios, chapel, garden, house of landlords, agricultural warehouse, stables, garage and other dependencies.
This homestead is self-sustaining thanks to livestock and annual CAP subsidies.
It is 15 minutes from Mérida, 40′from Cáceres, 2 hours from Seville and 3.5 hours from Madrid, all by motorway.
Property type: Homestead
Built area: 1300 m2 Plot area: 600 hectares
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Mérida, Extremadura, Spain