Unique for its history and size, this estate is a magnificent property located in the heart of Sintra, Portugal, with a total area of 42.9 hectares, dating back to the 16th century and having belonged to the Marquis of Pombal and Sir Francis Cook, among other important personalities.
The property has three distinct entrances and is mostly composed of dense forest, with varied species such as pine, chestnut, oak, cork, arbutus, cedar, laurel and acacia, among others. It has several water tanks, lawns and garden areas but also rugged terrain.
The property stands out for its 18 boxes for horses, support areas, spa, harness and prize room, open and covered riding arena and three paddocks, making it an exclusive refugee for fans of the sport.
There is also a main house with three floors and a swimming pool, dating back to the 18th century, which underwent works in the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as several houses and agricultural support, a dovecote and a support pavilion equipped with a modern kitchen and a living room.