This stunning property along the River Guadiana really does have the potential to be something dreams are made of.
With 60 hectares bordering along the River Guadiana. It defines a long stretch of the Portugal-Spain border (separating Extremadura and Andalusia from Alentejo and Algarve).
The land has 2 main buildings on it. Firstly, an unfinished house with planning permission to convert into a hotel or apartments. Secondly, the ruin of the cortijo which can be converted into a private residence. Both properties overlook the river Guadiana.
Whilst being sold as one the estate can be divided into 2. The ruin with 16 hectares and another 44 hectares with the hotel/apartments or indeed country dwelling.
Los Banos del Guadiana has its own landing jetty which is very valuable and permission for anymore cannot be obtained. As the access drive is 8kms long it is sometimes better to come & go by boat to get any shopping. Likewise workmen etc from Foz de Odeleite – the town in Portugal over the river.
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In Spain, three autonomous communities, (Castilla-La Mancha, Extremadura and Andalusia) (comprising the provinces of Ciudad Real, Badajoz, Huelva and to a small extent Albacete) are crossed by the Guadiana. Meanwhile, in Portugal the river Guadiana crosses the regions of Alentejo and Algarve, and the districts of Portalegre, Évora, Beja and Faro.