Mansion 17TH Century
Villa whose original construction dates back to the mid-17TH century, with alterations in the 20th century.
Consisting of several rooms of immense wealth and decorative spatial dimension. especially Rococo tiles with countryside and fully paneled ceilings painted with friezes gilded defined compositions.
The palatial atmosphere prevails in this space is further enhanced with a Finial of ceiling painted in trompe oile armed with exquisite plasterwork rocaille worked and painted with gold leaf.
In the 19TH Century was built on the ground floor of the Palace, a chapel with a stained-glass ceiling and rosacea in barrel vault with fresco murals.
Offers 5 suites, with modern bathrooms, as well as a large and modern kitchen.
Abroad, the beautiful landscaped spaces, with majestáticos plantains and staircase flanked by Sphinxes.
There is also an annex building designed to garage for 3 cars.
The flag of the Lake, the swimming pool and part of the gardens are common areas of the condominium.
Says the popular tradition, in the 18TH Century this House would have been a royal residence, being owned by D. João V, whereas the presence of the Royal arms on the façade of the Palace. This argument is strengthened by the existence of a gallant scene in Baroque tiles, between D.João V and mother Paula.