- Updated On:
- December 16, 2020
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 36.00 m2
This 2 Bedroom cottage has been renovated to a good standard. It is located on a quiet lane on the outskirts of Ansiao in Central Portugal.
You enter via the front door into the lounge which has laminated flooring and a window to the side with internal shutters.
The kitchen, has matching upper and lower units, the floor and walls are tiled and there is a 4 ring hob with extractor hood over.
Bedroom 1 has laminated flooring and a window to the front with internal shutters.
Bedroom 2 has laminated flooring a window to the rear with internal shutter, the attic hatch is also located here. The attic is not full height but a great area for additional storage.
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The bathroom has tiled floor and walls, it consists of a wc, shower cubicle, and a small window to the rear.
There is off road parking for 1 car.
There is a block built storage area.
In the rear garden there is 1280m2 of land, mainly grass. There are numerous fruit trees including orange, olive and fig trees.
There is mains water and electricity connected
The nearest town is Ansiao which is just under 4 kms away. In Ansiao there are shops, cafes, restaurants, doctors, supermarket, mini-markets, pharmacy, vets and all facilities you would expect from a small town.
Pombal is 18kms away where there is a wider range of shops, restaurants, and also the train station and bus and coach station, To either airport via the train is approx 1.40 to the main station then a short metro ride to the airport.
The historic City of Coimbra is less than 45 minutes away and is the 3rd largest city in Portugal. Coimbra is a lovely city filled with culture, history, wonderful architecture and a thriving city center where you will find shops, cafes, restaurants, markets, museums, art galleries. There is rarely a day in Coimbra where there is not some outdoor entertainment that you can enjoy while sipping on some local wine in one of the many cafes throughout the city.
Tomar is between 35- 60 minutes away depending on whether you go via the toll road or the scenic route. Tomar is a very busy market town, where there are a variety of supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, banks, shops, pharmacies, health centers and sports centers. It also has a very well respected University and Hospital. There is a bus and a train station in Tomar. There are many tourist attractions in and around Tomar including the Convento de Cristo which was built by the Knights Templar so is of significant historical importance throughout this area. There is also a very busy market here on Fridays.
Both airports via car are 1.40 to either Lisbon or Porto.