Comprises of three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Top Floor - Has the master bedroom. A bathroom and a big hall which is presently being used as an office space.
French window leading onto to a small balcony overlooking the levada (overflow channel) with a couple of apple trees opposite. I
Fitted kitchen has a cooker with a gas hob and an electric oven, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge/freezer.
Upstairs room is used as a TV room. Wood burner is integral with the house.
Bedroom downstairs leads into the garden, connected through into the music room and a lockable basement. A spiral staircase connects the two floors and one can access the basement and the garden etc. from upstairs.
The inner basement room is used for storage. In total, the basement has three sets of steel doors.
Pico Alto translates as High Peak. Historically, the land with the stone house (palheiro) was originally used as a barn since 1950's and belonged to owners of the traditional house just below this area. The property is at approximately 560 m altitude. The land was bought in 1997. The construction of the new building started in 1999, in stages.
Plot area: 490 m2
House footprint: 85 m2
House living area: 200 m2
Security system: Solar powered alarm with internal movement sensors
External camera Internet
Internal camera Internet
Landscaped garden with gardening sheds
Distance from road: 350m
Distance from sea: 5.1km
Distance from airport: 70.8km
Distance from shops: 1.2km
Distance from bars/rest: 4.5km
Within the garden there are gravelled ribbed French drains constructed under grass lawn to drain any accumulated water to levada, probably total length of 40 odd metres, 6' PVC 'loose' pipes, in gravel bed.
North side (adjacent to public path) planted bougainvillea, honeysuckle and ivy screen, integral with the fence.
South side (adjacent to levada) of the garden planted hibiscus and oleander with several fruit trees etc.