- Updated On:
- November 30, 2020
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 183.00 m2
This quaint family home comes with the added bonus of a separate annex on the ground floor for guests or as an extra letting option. With beautiful stone features around the base of the house.
Set in 1,334 m² of land with fruit trees and a stream at the bottom of the property. There is a separate well set up for irrigation throughout the property.
Open kitchen / Dining
183,62 m² Constructed area
Land plot of 1,334 m²
Garage / workshop
Energy Rating C
Outdoor Kitchen BBQ area with patio.
In Detail …
The house is situated in a quiet village on the main road, which doesn’t have a lot of traffic as it feeds the local villages. The house and garden face country views and mountains in the distance. There is parking at the bottom of the property with a garage which is currently being used as a storage shed and workshop. There is an entrance gate next to the house, tiled stairs lead to the main house on the first floor. This quaint country house gives you the feeling of being in the middle of the countryside miles from anywhere, yet the main town with all necessary amenities is only 15-20 minutes away, there is an international restaurant 500m away in the village.
Tiled stairs lead you up to the main house and large wrap around balcony on the first floor. The main door opens to a passage with the lounge on the left, which has double glass doors opening to the balcony. The lounge has a pellet burner, central heating is through gas, along with the hot water. Across from the lounge is bedroom number one, the three upstairs bedrooms are all on the right hand side and duplicates of each other. The kitchen / Dining area is next to the lounge on the left, with lots of windows creating a sunroom effect with doors opening to the terrace. The main bathroom is at the end of the hall.
Stairs from the terrace lead down to the outdoor kitchen BBQ area and the ground floor annex and patio area. The bathroom is on the left and currently you have to go through another door to enter the gally kitchen which leads in the lounge and bedroom, you could out a door joining the bathroom to make the bedroom en-suit but still accessible from the outdoor entertainment area. This area is completely independent of the house can could work as a rental income or just extra space for guests or family.
There is a garage on the lower level of the property currently being used as a workshop. The garden area around the house is paved with dedicated flower beds to keep the upkeep to a minimum with open land and fruit trees below leading to the stream. There is a well for irrigation, the house is on mains water, electric and sewage with fibre internet. All windows and doors are double glazed with shutters and fly screens, with the exception of the kitchen that has no shutters on the windows or fly screens.
The property is located in central Portugal, 20 minutes away from Tábua, and around the same distance to Oliveira do Hospital, consisting of cafés, supermarkets, banks, health care facility, frail care nursing homes, a large sports complex with swimming pools, tennis courts and gym, parks, local markets and schools. There are river beaches and beautiful views wherever you are in this area, with a lot of outdoor sports and activities for the adventurous. With breath taking views of the Serra da Estrela mountains and forests this really is a beautiful location.
The beautiful city of Coimbra, Portugal`s third biggest city is around an hour away. Coimbra is regarded as the university city of Portugal, but for over 100 years it was the medieval capital of the country. This interplay of ancient history and progressive student ideals come together in Coimbra to form a fascinating tourist destination. The city has the River Mondega winding its way through the city which adds to its charm. Built on the grounds of a former palace, the university is famed for its baroque library, the Biblioteca Joanina, and its 18th-century bell tower. In the city’s old town lies the 12th-century Romanesque cathedral Sé Velha.
Luso is just under an hour away which is famous for the natural spring water bottled from the mountains. There is a spring in the middle of the quaint town where many locals and tourists go fill up their water bottles for free. The popular Thermal Spa is located here and perfect for a special day out. Palace Hotel do Bussaco is also located in Luso. This fairy-tale castle in the middle of an enchanted forest, since 1917, it has been considered as one of the most beautiful, romantic and historic hotels in the world, well worth a trip to see.
Porto is around 1 ½ hours away and Lisbon is around a 2 ½ hours’ drive. The coastal Town of Figueira da Foz seaside is around 50 minutes. The famous seaside town of Nazaré with the largest wave ever recorded is just over an hour away.
This really is and exquisite part of Central Portugal.