Mixed Use in Salir, Portugal. Property with approximately 72 ha located within the municipality of Loule within 20 km of the city. The project started about 20 years ago when a Mr. Irish, scientist in the field of nuclear energy, decided to acquire several properties with a view to the development of wine production, a your dream of for many years. The property consists of three main cores: 1. The vine with 5 ha, deployed on a hillside facing South and a microclimate zone. Can be extended to 11 ha. Is powered by a small dam. As regards wine, there are 3 types of red wine, in particular the Faulkeners Book made through Coudet French varieties, made from Iberian grape varieties and Syrah Cruz Alta. There is also a white wine, Faulkeners Book, and the High Cross Rose. 2. The new house, in which on the left wing and Winery is situated on the right wing the stables. The winery has state-of-the-art equipment, the more modern you can find in the wine industry, and your design was extremely well thought out. This activity has a provisional license and the wines are properly patented (Cruz Alta). Currently be licensing of the property under the DL 165/2014 of November 05, based on the wine industry. After the licensing of the cellar, all other buildings will also be legalized as rural tourism unit as the CML, CCDR, the APA/ARH and ICNF gave assent to the amendment of the PDM that will facilitate your licensing (05 December 2016 decision). The stable area consists of 9 boxes with rubber floors, 1 haystack with their machines for treatment of food, 1 Office with equestrian books for qualified personnel, 1 tack room with individual lockers and 1 room for the vet. It is this area that should be restructured to accommodate a unit of agro tourism. There is also a swimming pool where you can practise rowing, a wall to climb and a quarter court tennis, which can also serve as Badminton field. 3. The restaurant was to be gourmet, with possibilities for catering and private events. Here you will find a pool table world snooker Championship (1988) of the Belfry. On top of this building there is a spacious apartment. This beautiful building is not yet 100% done given that lawyers and architects have recommended that the owner did not continue with the works until the projects were approved. The property also features 5 artesian holes providing water and two small ponds. The owner had great ideas for this magnificent property and is sure that, when it is fully functioning, can be a great source of income for any potential buyer, even if the project is not in like manner for which it was initially conceived. The your low price is due to the fact that not yet licensed, being that this process is now completely secured. Optimum performance derived from the Cork.