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Funchal,  Madeira,  Portugal
3 Bedroom Villa

A beautiful spacious detached 3-bed Portuguese villa in the beautiful Madeira Island. Interior and exteriors totally renovated to a high standard overlooking the Atlantic ocean and with a panoramic view over the Funchal bay.


Gaula,  Madeira,  Portugal
Land 620 sqm

**PRICE REDUCED** Building plot for sale in a gorgeous,Quiet position on the edge of the village of Gaula,Santa Cruz,Madeira. The plot of 620m2 commands uninterrupted views across the 'Terra Velha' Valley and sits on and close to the end of a no-through road which leads up into the Mountains.The Sea can be viewed at the end of the Valley.


Garajau,  Madeira,  Portugal
4 Bedroom House

Situated in the very best position in Garajau, Madeira’s most sought after residential area, and only 10 minutes from both Funcghal this spectacular property was completely remodelled only three years ago by Nini Andrade Silva, currently one of the most prestigious interior designers in the world.


Jardim De Pelado,  Madeira,  Portugal
Land 1640 sqm

This is a prime plot of land with a 360° uninterrupted view of the sea. There are old buildings on the land so planning permission is not a problem. In the attached photo you will see that it is virtually a square plot with a triangle at the back, the land slopes gently and ideal for building. There is a levada on the property.


Funchal,  Madeira,  Portugal
6 Bedroom Character Property with Cottage

Quinta Cova, one of the oldest "Quintas" (Portuguese for estate) in Madeira, is a magnificent home, with outbuildings, originally built around 1814. The property retains many of its original period features and extends to approximately 807 sq metres.

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The Island of Flowers, the Pearl of the Atlantic, the Isle of Eternal Spring - these are just a few of the names that, over the years, Madeira has acquired from those captivated by its beauty. Close to Africa, yet part of Europe, the island mixes the two, creating something exotic but sophisticated, the ideal holiday combination. The island has a truly enviable climate, its temperature fixed in a narrow range that means overcoats can be left behind, but the occasionally overpowering heat of nearby Africa never troubles. The volcanic origins of the island have left a high, jagged interior which attracts clouds and rain, the rain watering a fertile volcanic soil which, with the ever-present sun, produces textbook conditions for plant growth. The Island of Flowers is an appropriate name - Madeira's gardens are its great joy as the annual Flower Festival makes amply clear. Garden lovers will find more than enough to satisfy them, and will also find that away from the formal gardens, where the orchids that are the island's speciality bloom, Madeira is alive with colour at all times of the year: if there is a an uncultivated patch of earth it will soon be colonised by an exotic flower.

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