Grandola, Melides, Portugal
Grandola, Melides, Portugal
A limited number of spacious Phase 1 three-bedroom contemporary residences for sale at Spatia Melides, a tranquil, low-density, residential resort, located on the Alentejo coast, a stone’s throw from the famous Comporta and the unspoiled village of Melides.Scroll down for more details
3 Bed | 4 Bath
From EUR 3,790,000
Grandola, Melides, Portugal
A limited number of spacious Phase 1 three-bedroom contemporary residences for sale at Spatia Melides, a tranquil, low-density, residential resort, located on the Alentejo coast, a stone’s throw from the famous Comporta and the unspoiled village of Melides.
A home and garden where the understated intimacy of the interior mirrors the serene beauty out of doors.
Each one set in grounds of around 2,800 sqm and featuring spacious living areas of around 288 sqm, Spatia Residences recreate the experience of a Moroccan riad, with private courtyard gardens and refreshing pools that stretch into the distant horizon. An architectural habitat of the highest standards blends seamlessly with the untouched landscape around it, whilst every thoughtful detail is geared to your comfort and relaxation.
Spatia Melides is set within a 170-hectare (420-acre) estate with dozens of cork trees and olive groves interspersed with selected eucalyptus trees that add a vibrant aroma to the air. When complete, the estate will comprise around 97 two- to five-bedroom freehold residences, villas and estates, all in perfect harmony with the surrounding ecosystem. With private garden areas of up to six hectares and built-up areas of up to almost 600 square metres, all the private homes feature the elements of a rural atmosphere enveloping an unequalled luxury experience.
The architecture and interiors at Spatia Melides are spectacular. Reflecting pools frame the entrance to the property. Inside, you’ll find generously sized rooms with lofty ceilings, and sliding glass walls that nurture an indoor-outdoor lifestyle. The large terraces provide sweeping views immersed in scented, native surroundings, and private infinity pools of between ten- and twenty-metres in length offer ample yet cosy terraces for sunbathing or socialising. There’s also an outdoor fire pit to relax or entertain at under the stars.
The properties promise unconditional privacy and the utmost tranquillity within a carefully preserved natural landscape and an architectural environment that reinvents the materials and features – thick walls in earthy shades and thatched roofs – honed by local tradition down through the ages.
Spatia Club – with reception, restaurant & bar lounge, 25×25 sqm adult only pool, kid’s pool & club and boutique shop
Spa – featuring a lounge area, restaurant, 4 x treatment rooms, hair salon, hammam, sauna and steam room, gym, Pilates/Yoga studio and indoor and outdoor pools
Beach Club – 5 minutes’ distance from the property, on a beach stretching along 52 km of protected coastline, beach cabanas and a refreshment area is provided
Sports – beach volleyball, two-tennis courts, four-padel courts and a tennis/padel instructor available upon request
Organic Farm – a 2,000 sqm farm with orchard, seasonal vegetables and herbs
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Spatia Melides’ staff will provide you with all the personal services you’ll need in your new home, including 24-hour concierge, valet, maintenance, housekeeping and security service.
Located close to the famous Comporta and the unspoiled village of Melides, you can revel in the area’s leisure and catering experiences: beautiful swimming pools, delicious Mediterranean-style cuisine, serene spa facilities and the peerless Beach Club, located along a 52-km shoreline.
Spatia Melides is located Just over an hour’s drive from Lisbon Airport.Read full details
The Alentejo, a region in southern Portugal, covers a huge area of around a third of the country, stretching south from the Rio Tejo to the northern mountain ranges of the Algarve. The name, Alentejo, derives from the words além do Tejo, beyond the Tejo River. This is Portugal’s garden, the bulk of the region given over to huge cork plantations, wheat fields, and vineyards – and though much of it is flat, the region repays exploration, offering unexpected surprises, from ancient dolmens and superbly sited castles to Roman ruins and sweeping Atlantic beaches.
The region’s major draws are its towns, two of which have UNESCO World Heritage status: the spectacular fortified town of Elvas, and Évora, whose Roman temple, medieval walls and cathedral have put it firmly on the tourist circuit. Elsewhere in Alto Alentejo (Upper Alentejo), you’ll find the dazzling hilltop villages of Monsaraz and Marvão, and the marble towns of Estremoz and Vila Viçosa, where the local marble quarries have given an opulent look to many of the buildings.
Alentejo’s charming hamlets and sparsely populated beaches made for understatedly fabulous getaways. First, there was the picturesque coastal town of Comporta, which global surf and sun seekers began descending upon a decade ago. Today, rolling rice fields and azure waters surround sleek hotels, modernist villas, and restaurants from big-name chefs, while the pilgrims have moved on to Melides, Comporta’s still-unassuming neighbour to the south.
Sandwiched between the wild hills of Serra de Grândola and the crashing waves of the Atlantic, you’ll discover the little village of Melides. The area is known for its nature—specifically the beaches, like the wide, golden-sanded Praia de Melides, which is blissfully free of packed clubs and isn’t yet overrun with bars. In town, social life revolves around the family run restaurants lining the main cobblestone square. It’s easy to imagine you’ve stumbled on the last undiscovered stretch of coast in all of Southern Europe.
The Alentejo is home to wild boar and hundreds of species of bird, from black stork to great bustard. It’s also a region now known for its wine. The art of winemaking in the Alentejo was already well established when the Romans occupied the country’s vineyards, but it is only relatively recently that Alentejan wines have become widely recognised as some of the best in Europe.
For those looking for action, every summer, you can enjoy two of Europe’s top music festivals on the Alentejo coast. The town of Sines hosts Portugal’s biggest festivals of world music every July. The Festival Músicas do Mundo has taken place annually since 1999, with a main stage alongside Sines’s castle and other events held at the beach or the Arts Centre; some also spill over to Porto Covo.
Lisbon: 60 min
Lisbon Airport: 70 min
Comporta: 15 min
Melides: 10 min
Landscape included for all units FF&E for Residences included.
Down payment: 5%
Start of Construction: 15%
Completion of Structure: 20%
Completion of works: 10%
Deed of sale: 50%
Spatia Management will be responsible for managing and maintaining Spatia Melides in a manner consistent with the standard of an international five-star luxury resort. It is a condition of purchase that Buyers sign the Owners Agreement and pay Periodic and Supplementary Payment fee to cover the costs related to the management, operation and
maintenance of Spatia Melides.
Owners will have the option to make available the unit for rental by Spatia Management. The rental will be a pooled system whereby the Owners will receive income generated from the rental of all the units of the corresponding pool according to the conditions set out in the Incorporation Certificate and Owners Management Agreement. Owners are free to occupy their unit all year, however, all rentals must be through by Spatia Management.
Owners will receive an agreement percentage of the net rental revenue of their residence, less deductions of all fees and expenses for the renting of the residence.
Availability and prices are subject to change without notice and are not guaranteed. Reservation (90 days) is only valid after the deposit (please ask for details) is made. Deposit is fully refundable in case of cancellation.
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