Fazenda with 5622 ha and Upscale Private Home in Bahia
Developed Fazenda Bahia: total area 5622 ha, suitability for goat, sheep and cattle-breeding, main villa with 400 m², strategic location
The farm is located about 4 km from the BR116, one of the principal highways that crosses the country from on a north-south axis, at the point of the district of Formosa, in the municipality of Macurure, BA. It has been in ownership of the same family for 250 years, with the property documentation of succession. It is completely developed, with several amenities, with a traditional focus on goat-breeding.
It is part of the so-called “caatinga” biosphere. It denominates a region in the North-East of Brazil, mainly from Bahia to Piauí.
Some Characteristics of the Property:
- Main House – 400 m², with six bedrooms, living room, kitchen, two bathrooms, kitchen pantry and balcony surrounding the whole house.
- Employee’s house – two bedrooms, bathroom, living room, kitchen, laundry and balcony.
- Support construction – space for two cars, generator, machinery and equipment.
- Stables for Cattle
- Sheeps and Goats
- 2 dams
- Two semi-artesian wells
- 12 km of Fence with Barbed Wire
- Access Road to the property (3 km)
- Water Cistern
It is also possible to purchase just a part of the farm, in the range of 3.000 – 4.000 ha. Details can be negotiated with the owner.
Additional Information and Facts about the Caatinga Region:
The Caatinga, a biosphere exclusively ocurring in Brazil, occupies about 11% of the country (844,453 km²), being the main ecosystem / biome in the northeast region. The caatinga is the least known biome in the country. However, the most current data indicate a great wealth of environments and species, with 932 species of plants, 148 of mammals and 510 of birds, for example, with many of these species occurring only in the caatinga. The conservation of the caatinga is closely associated with combating desertification, a process of environmental degradation that occurs in arid, semi-arid and dry sub-humid areas. In Brazil, 62% of the areas susceptible to desertification are in areas originally occupied by caatinga, many of which have already been significantly altered. In the international context, the caatinga is directly related to two of the three main environmental conventions, within the scope of the united nations, namely the Convention on Biological Diversity – CDB and the Convention to Combat Desertification – CCD. This context can help in the conservation of this biome, if there is a joint effort on the part of those responsible for the implementation of these conventions in the country, respectively the Secretariat for Biodiversity and Forests and the Secretariat for Extractivism and Sustainable Rural Development, of the Ministry of Environment – MMA and its partners in the governmental and non-governmental spheres. The caatinga indirectly also relates to the Climate Change Convention, as these have acquired a global scale.
Sources and Literature:
All documentation in order – documents (CCIR, escritura) can be sent on request.
- ID: 18607
- Published: 10. March 2021
- Last Update: 22. March 2021
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