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Plot of Land located in Fonte Nova - Campo Maior

Plot of land intended for the construction of a single-family house for housing, with 2 floors, having 304.50 m2, with a total implantation of 137 m2, being 232 m2 of maximum construction area intended for housing and 21 m2 destined to garage.

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Campo Maior
Campo Maior is a municipality in the District of Portalegre, Alentejo Region, Portugal. The population in 2011 was 8,456, with an area of 247.20 square kilometers (95.44 sq mi). It borders Spain to the north and east, the Municipality of Elvas to the southeast and the Municipality of Arronches to the west.

Campo Maior was certainly a Roman settlement - it is close to the ancient dam of Muro - which has been under moorish rule for half a millennium. In 1219 it was conquered by the Christian knights, the Pérez de Badajoz family, who then ceded the village, which belonged to the municipality of Badajoz, to the Church of Santa Maria do Castelo (Santa Maria do Castelo).
On May 31, 1255, King Alfonso X of Castile promoted the village to the category of city.
In 1260, Bishop Frei Pedro Pérez, the Lord of the Village, granted the first foral to the inhabitants of Campo Maior. He also presented the first coat of arms of the city, showing Our Lady and a lamb, with the caption "Sigillum Capituli Pacensis".
On May 31, 1297, the Treaty of Alcanizes was signed by King Ferdinand IV of Castile and King D. Dinis of Portugal, by which Campo Maior, together with Olivença and Ouguela, was transferred to the Kingdom of Portugal.
Under Portuguese sovereignty, Campo Maior passed through two more lords of the city - Branca, sister of King D. Dinis, in 1301, and Afonso Sanches, natural son of King D. Dinis in 1312 - before returning to direct rule of King D. Dinis in 1318.
The castle to the east of the village was built by King D. Dinis in 1310. In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, other fortifications were built and Campo Maior became an important garrison village.
As a reflection of Castile's influence in Campo Maior, the population and garrison sided with Castile following the crisis of 1383–1385. King João I of Portugal and Constable Nuno Álvares Pereira led their armies to the Countryside and besieged the village for six weeks, finally occupying it at the end of 1388.
. João II (1481–1495) granted a new shield to Campo Maior: a white shield, with the Arms of Portugal on one side and João Baptista, patron saint of the village, on the other.
In 1512, D. Manuel I renewed the campo maior foral.

Why invest and live in Portugal?

• 3rd. World's safest country - Global Peace Index 2019;
• One of the best motorway networks in the world;
• 2017, 2018 and 2019 considered the best tourist destination in the world (WTA);
• Lisbon the best "City Break" in the World in 2018 and 2019 (WTA);
• Madeira Island the best island destination in the world in 2019 (WTA);
• Algarve voted the best golf destination in the world for 2020 (IAGTO Awards);
• Port elected as the best European tourist destination and 2nd. World "Culture Trip";
• Average temperature at 12 o'clock in summer: 25º C and winter: 16º C;
• Health system in 13th. Place at European level in 2018 (EHCI);
• Considered the 3rd. Best country in the world in quality of life 2019 (InterNations);
• Mediterranean Diet, classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO;
• The best fish in the world, according to Ferran Adriá, Chef "El Bulli";
• Has 5 of the 15 most beautiful beaches in the world (Architectural Digest, 2019);
• There are 3 Portuguese wines among the 12 best in the world in 2019 (Forbes);
• Hospitality of the people Portuguese considered the best in the World 2018 (Internations).

Property Features

  • Garage box: 1
  • Total area: 304,50
  • Unobscured view
  • Countryside View
  • Surroundings: Piscinas, supermercados


Campo Maior - Fonte Nova - Portugal

Sale price 47 500 €

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Ref: ITH644

  • 232 m2
  • 304,5 m2


Ref: ITH644
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