CT55: Tomar Plot

Tomar, Santarém

Price:

€45,000

Property with a ruin & project approved, land with 3,600m2

Property Advertised by: Licensed Estate Agent

Property Description

Property with a ruin and project approved, located close to Tomar. Plot Size: 3,600m2

Imagine having a property in a quiet place, but close to everything you need. Located in Central Portugal, just a few minutes from the beautiful city of Tomar, you’ll find this fantastic property.

With a total area of 3,600m2, it has a ruin that needs to be rebuild in order to become your dream house. For that, the property already has a project approved for a house with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, living room and garage.

There is a well, land to grow vegetables and different trees, such as olive trees and cork oaks.

The property is only a short one minute drive from the nearest cafe bar, post office, pharmacy, doctors surgery and restaurant at the neighbouring village. The larger town of Tomar, which is home to the UNESCO listed Convento do Cristo, is around 10 minutes drive from the property. Tomar is a bustling market town with a variety of supermarkets, shops, cafes, restaurants, bars, banks, health centres, hospitals, schools, bus and train station and university. The property is also only a short 10 minute drive from Castelo do Bode lake, which is popular for all kinds of water sport activities.

The closest airport to this property with a ruin for sale near Tomar is situated at Lisbon, which is around one and a half hours’ by car. Lisbon airport is serviced by a variety of low cost airlines, which operate regular flights into and out of the United Kingdom and other European countries.

Property Location

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