GRT55: Casa em Castanheira

Castanheira de Pêra, Leiria



Schist stone 4 bedroom house with vegetable garden and water well

Property Advertised by: Licensed Estate Agent

Property Description

A unique opportunity to acquire a very spacious stone cottage, in the region of Castanheira de Pêra, central Portugal, close to “Praia das Rocas” river beach.

Situated in a quite village location, this property comprises a traditional two-storey schist house in habitable condition and a vegetable garden with a well. The ground-floor was once a grocery shop with an adjacent room used before as a café, whereas the top floor was the dwelling, with 4 bedrooms, a living-room, two sitting-rooms, a kitchen and a bathroom.

Access to the top floor is through a front gate and a flight of stairs leading to a lovely terrace, shaded by a pergola of climbing vines. In the far corner of the terrace, there is a shed for storage.

The entrance to the top floor is on the terrace and the front door opens into a corridor with tiled floor. On the right-hand side are the kitchen and the bathroom. The kitchen has a traditional chimney, sink and a basic worktop, a few cupboards, tiled walls and a tiled floor. The bathroom is also tiled and has all the usual bathroom fittings. Both may need some updating.

At the end of the corridor and on the left are a large bedroom and a spacious living-room. Both have tiled floors and may need some decorative work.

A couple of steps in the living-room lead to the older part of the building. This has wooden floorboards throughout which may need to be repaired, two smaller sitting-rooms and three more bedrooms.

The house has a total footprint of 93m2 and a total area of 112m2.

The vegetable garden has a total area of 280m2 and a well with plenty of water all year round.

The property is situated close to the town of Castanheira de Pêra for all local amenities: shops, banks, restaurants, cafés.

The river beaches closest to this property, are Praia das Rocas and Poço da Corga.

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