Little Blue House

Price:

€25,250

Renovated 1/2 bedroom village house. Featured on a well-known television programme!

Property Advertised by: Owner

Property Description

Bijou is the only way to describe this lovely little blue house. Featured on a well-known television programme in the UK and designed by Max McMurdo using reclaimed and repurposed items, this property is unique in many ways.

Fully rewired and replumbed (the basics everyone needs), the downstairs has an open plan living room kitchen and separated by a cleverly hidden pocket sliding door is a large walk-in shower room with toilet and sink. The staircase leads up to an open space (that could be divided with a curtain) with a double bedroom to the right of the staircase which has the most amazing views, and to the left a single bed space with a trundle bed underneath.

Formerly the village cobbler’s workshop and home, before renovation took place the house had not been lived in since the 1980’s.

Located in a lovely street in the traditional village of Aldeia Nova in medieval Trancoso, Guarda district, with great amenities and friendly neighbours. Close to local markets, historical sites, river and the stunning Serra da Estrela national park, a complete paradise for avid ramblers, while also being near enough to a big town (for supplies). Just under 2 hours drive from Porto airport and 3 hours from Lisbon airport.

This is most definitely a quirky but very practical, comfortable and a great unique getaway, investment or permanent home. Contact us today to arrange a personal viewing accompanied by one of the Pure Portugal team.

A view from the house

Internal Tour

View from the the street

Big views locally

Property Location

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