Quinta do Relógio is composed of a Palace, a Clock Tower and several accessory buildings, making up in its entirety about 40 divisions. The property has several gardens, patios and terraces over the sea. It has several garages, stables, a staff house, other storage facilities and a large parking area of vehicles. It has a rectangular shape and an area of about 6,000 square meters, with a covered/built area of about 1,600 square meters. It was built by Tomás Maria Bessone, and was completed in 1860, under the direction of the Architect Cinatti de Siena, who gave it a strong...Italian influence. In the gardens stands out the Clock Tower that gave the name to the property. All the property is enclosed by walls, has three gates to Av. Marginal, being possible to open a fourth gate to another road. In general, the property is in good condition, although some areas require repair works. The property is located on Avenida Marginal Lisboa-Cascais, about 30 minutes from the center of the capital (Lisbon) and the international airport of Lisbon. The entire property, and particularly the main façade of the Palace, is directly facing south, over the Tagus River and the Atlantic Ocean.
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