Property For Sale Maldonado,Uruguay

For sale by real estate agent - Maldonado

5 bed Property for sale

Stunning 8 Hectare Property with House and Horse Stables

$1,411,255 | £1,140,083 | €1,274,000
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Euroresales Property iD- 9825311Property information:This Property is a 8 hectares property. 6 hectares have been transformed into a park and into horse practicing spaces. 2 hectares are being kept wild.it lies behind a Protected National Park - "Arboretum Lusich"There is a main house of 300square meters and + 3 other constructions + stables.The main house has a 8x20mts swimming poolLa Serena is the ideal place for children to entertain themselves in theGarden games or play soccer without worries.Before or after the La Serena beach you can enjoy the sun ofa large pool of 8 x 20m.it also has facilities to rent horses for horseback riding and soEnjoy beautiful country walks.Located on the hill, with an imposing view, is this magnificent houseof recently remodeled field, of more than 300mts.The house has two semi-independent floors.Large living room with imposing wood stove on the top floor. AOpen glass kitchen allows you to enjoy a panoramic, modern viewEuropean high-end equipment, American refrigerator and gas cooker BOSCHand wood AGA Refurbished.Very easy access from the Lussich Trail, just 15 minutes fromPunta del Este, just 5 minutes from Punta del AeropuertoThis and 3 minutes from Portezuelo Beach, La Serena is a widefarm of 8 hectares fully fenced.it has landscaped spaces, old groves, treesfruit trees and "a touch of rugged nature" with vegetationautochthonous You can also enjoy the visit of several animals of theregion as an infinite variety of birds, hares and foxes.La Serena welcomes bright and warm sunrisessunsets its convenient access to the sea, which is only 3minutes, lets enjoy the best sunsets over theEl Portezuelo beach, in la Mansa. A beach chosen by thefamilies with young children given their safety and low waves.About the Area:The Maldonado Department with an area of 4,793 km2 (1,851 sq mi) and 190,500 inhabitants, is located to the southeast of Uruguay. its capital is Maldonado.Neighbouring departments are Rocha to the East, Lavalleja to the North and Northwest, and Canelones to the West. Many of the Maldonado name is traced back to Puerto Rican family lines.Limited to the Southwest by the Rio de la Plata and to the Southeast by the Atlantic Ocean, several creeks flow through the department, most of which are tributaries of the River Plate: the Maldonado creek, Jose ignacio, Garzon, Pan de Azucar and the Aigua. Near the coast several lagoons are found: Laguna del Sauce, Laguna del Diario, Laguna Jose ignacio and Garzon.Three main geostructural regions can be found within the boundaries of the department:The Northern region, with its sierras, some of which are the highest in the country: Sierra Carape (with Cerro Catedral, 514 m, the highest elevation of the country), Cerro de las Ánimas, with 501 metres, and Cerro Pan de Azucar, with 423 metres, the third highest summit in Uruguay.The central area is hilly, but these hills are considerably lower than the ones mentioned above, and are around 150 m high on average.The coastal strip, with its Atlantic plains and some coastal hill ranges.Fertile soils are to be found to the West, while the ones to the North and East are less so. Located in the humid subtropical region, the average temperature is low compared to that of the rest of the country (around 17 °C), as are the precipitation levels (up to 1,000 mm yearly, on average).The origin of its name can be traced back to the year 1530, with the return to Spain of Sebastian Cabot, who had left the continent earlier that year, in January, leaving Lieutenant Francisco Maldonado near Maldonado's bay. The strategic importance of that bay led to the decision by Montevideo's governor Joaquin de Viana to build a settlement in Portezuelo (near the Laguna del Diario) in 1755. Two years later, in 1757, a civil and military settlement was founded around the bay and in the neighbouring Gorriti island. Other settlements soon followed in the area, with the intention of limiting the Portuguese expansion. in 1828, the department of Maldonado was created, containing as well the territories now belonging to the department of Rocha, and most of Lavalleja.Contact Euroresales for more information.
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