Superb 3 Bedroom Country house Situated in Alentejo PortugalEuroresales Property iD – 9824453Property information:This is a superb 3 Bedroom Country house Situated in Alentejo Portugal.The property could be used either as a holiday home or as a permanent residence.Situated 100kms from Lisbon airport, one and a half hours by car. The Property is a third of a mile off the road, in the middle of an olive grove completely secluded.The house is in the centre of a hectare of land, an orchard, and a large lawn all with automatic irrigation. There is a good sized pool, and a charming tiled outhouse with washing machine. There is a double garage. The house has a large new verandah and all the rooms have been lined for cool and warm weather. There is a wood burner in the old alentejo fireplace.There is a large sitting room, with galley kitchen and pantry at one end.There are three double bedrooms, two ensuite, one with walk-in wardrobe & a family bathroom.The house is fully furnished, three double beds, & one of them has an extra single bed.The house comes fully furnished, with china, cutlery, bedding etc. There is also a dishwasher and two fridges and a microwave.A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Alentejo Portugal.Alentejo includes the regions of Alto Alentejo and Baixo Alentejo. it corresponds to the districts of Beja, Évora, Portalegre and the Alentejo Litoral.The main cities are: Évora, Beja, Serpa, Estremoz, Elvas and Portalegre.it has borders with Beira Baixa in the North, with Spain (Andalucia and Extremadura in the east, with Algarve in the South and with the Atlantic Ocean, Ribatejo and Estremadura in the West.The Alentejo is a region known for its traditional polyphonic singing groups, similar to those found in Tuscany, Corsica, and elsewhere.About the area:The climate of the region is typically warm and dry for a large part of the year with summer temperatures reaching up to 40 °C (104 °F) occasionally even 45 °C (113 °F) or more while winters are relatively mild but wetter. in fact, it is the most interesting part of the climate of this region: the extreme and intense heat by European standards.The climate is not uniform though and especially in summer large differences are usual between the coast where temperatures even mid-summer may be near 20 °C (68 °F) with a Seabreeze off the Atlantic (only 17 to 19 °C (63 to 66 °F) in July to August) or a more persistent north-western where at the same time inland temperatures may rise to 35 °C (95 °F) or more at the same time.This much resembles a place like Casablanca in Morocco and the Moroccan interior where the same cold sea gives way to extreme differences from coast to even nearby inland. We can find the warmest (hottest) place in the lowest parts away from the coast.