Quinta da Agra constitutes a building with foundation previous to Sec. XVII. A gate in Stone gives access to the two houses restored with good taste and comfort. The owner dedicated 10 years to the sensitive recovery of roofs, guillotine windows, balconies in quarry, leisure retreats, returning them the original architecture On this Farm all of the details were taken care, from the involving area of the house, to the secular olive trees, the picadors and the stables, to the small lakes for the feverous of the fishing.
A 10-year restoration programme was carried out to bring this 17th century farmhouse back to its original architectural splendour and provide maximum comfort. The stone gateway leads to two houses and riding stables. Located close to the River Lima the property has a swimming pool, gardens and small lakes for fishing.
In Solares de Portugal The art of good living , Edições INAPA, 2007