The property, accessible via a small lane, is set over 10,000 squared meters of outstanding natural beauty that includes its own river and mature trees and plants (fruits grown on the property include mangoes, cashews, Papaya and coconuts). The property has a 2 bedroomed cottage (what Brazilians call ‘chácara’) with full electric and water supply. Although in a rural setting, the land is officially in an urban area which means that it does not have any building development restrictions or regulations. The annual tax and energy bills are low because it falls outside of the main municipality. It is currently owned by a foreign national and has full certification of legal ownership and debt-free assurances.