Exclusive opportunity to acquire 3 houses located within the historic walled village of Valença do Minho, candidate for World Heritage by UNESCO, with the most privileged views of the Walls under the Minho River, its veiga and eyes set in the Tui Cathedral in neighboring Spain. The Fortress of Valencia imposes its presence, on top of a hill, marking the grandeur of one of the oldest Portuguese set…
Exclusive opportunity to acquire 3 houses located within the historic walled village of Valença do Minho, candidate for World Heritage by UNESCO, with the most privileged views of the Walls under the Minho River, its veiga and eyes set in the Tui Cathedral in neighboring Spain. The Fortress of Valencia imposes its presence, on top of a hill, marking the grandeur of one of the oldest Portuguese settlements. Its Walls are a fabulous imaginary of conquests, traditions and legends that make history. It is considered the most important fortification of the Northern region, remains vibrant, today almost exclusively dedicated to tourism and commerce. Don't miss this opportunity and book your visit. Casa da Gaviarra The House of Gaviarra (and annex) in Valença, located on the front line to the Minho River. She was ordered to build in the XIX by Baron urgeira to the home of his eldest daughter. It is a palace well to the taste of the neoclassical era. Built in stone masonry, with bronze guards on the balconies balconies, richly crafted. The wedges, punches, cornices and span frames are in granite equipped to fine peak. With very elegant lines, it has a privileged location, beauty and elegance. In the second half of the 20th century. XX, an important work is done if remodeling: structure of pillars, beams and lages including the structure of the roof. It has 12 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, charming and refined dining room and living room, garage, library, kitchen and romantic gardens. Most of the divisions are very recently lined with wallpaper of great quality and refinement (Versace, Laura Ashley, Sanderson, and the famous Thibaut). In the master bedroom the wallpaper represents the fables of Aesop (the hare and the turtle, the stork and the fox). The wallpaper lining the walls and ceiling of the second floor room is a French-made Jouy toyle and represents a party in the 19th century. 18th in Chantilly. In the rooms has floor floor on running board. The living room has a fireplace covered by a large Manueline stone with a carved angel head and the side of vegetable motifs adorn the angel's face. This stone was removed from the ground floor (next to the garage) where it served as a patron saint of a door. The fireplace in the dining room is marble, was acquired in France and is lined with three cast iron plates representing putis and vegetable motifs. The terrace has hydraulic mosaic flooring, handmade. It has two gardens, a smaller one next to the terrace with several japoneiras, a rododendron and two magnolias. The second garden has a high wall along the ronda path of Gaviarra, which is part of the old wall of this strong square and is adorned with a large number of Japoneiras, some of which are quite rare. It also has a rare example of a rose bush "Beautiful Portuguese" created by a French botanist in the 19th century. 19th century who lived in Lisbon, where he ran the Botanical Garden. Casa do Arco da Gaviarra This property historically known as " Casa do Arco da Gaviarra " and also by "Casa da Feitoria". It is one of the exclusive properties of Portugal. Inside the historic walled village of Valença do Minho. This historical monument of 402m2 has undergone refurbishments over time dating to its current façade of the nineteenth century, but with clear pre-existences such as the unique arch that opens to allow the passage of the noble Travessa da Gaviarra. In the 1970s, she underwent an important rehabilitation campaign that endowed her with a reinforced concrete structure and the particularity of being able to function as only one or four independent houses. In addition to history, it is a property with privileged views. It also enjoys something rare in a building inside a fortified village: a walled garden with 124 m2. This property is an excellent investment opportunity in the area of accommodation, tourism and restaurants, and can become a unique property of luxury and refinement. Casa Largo Visconde da Guaratiba Charming building for reconstruction located inside the Fortress of Valencia. This property consists of a two-storey building with a total area of 103 m2. Next to the houses is the oldest door of the walls of Valencia, the Porta da Gaviarra, where the hikers close the Camino Portuguese de Santiago. There, there are legends. If you are passionate about history, the discovery of our ancestors and our patriotism, all this dwells in the Walls, within a historic "Village" of the city of Valença, the heart of Alto Minho. Millions of tourists pass through there every year, and are also a crossing point for pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago de Compostela. Situated next to the border with Spain, 500 meters from the A3, 100Kms from Porto and 100Kms from Santiago de Compostela (Spain) approximately, with an excellent sun exposure. Take advantage of the incentives that the Municipality of Valença offers, to be able to carry out your dream project. Do not hesitate and book your visit to these houses now.
Travessa da Gaviarra, Valença, Viana do Castelo District, Portugal