MML118: Mortagua Village House (Reserved)

Coimbra, Coimbra



Renovated house with 3 bedrooms & 144m2. Fenced garden with 750m2

Property Advertised by: Owner

Property Description

A charming, fully renovated village house near the town of Mortagua in Central Portugal.

The house is 144m2 over two floors. The ground floor is open plan with sitting, dining and kitchen areas. With two sets of large French doors opening onto the patio and garden area.

There is a utility room with plumbing for washing machine and a WC and hand basin.

Upstairs are two good sized double bedrooms, one with French doors leading onto the wrap around wooden deck. There is also a single bedroom. There is a family shower room with large shower, wc and sink unit.

The house was completely renovated three years ago and is ready to move into. It has full central heating by way of a large wood burning stove, and is double glazed throughout.

There is a large wrap around wooden balcony with views down the valley. To the front of the house is a cosy porch.

Outside is a fully fenced garden of approx 750m2 with paved patio area and large shed. The garden is planted with mature shrubs with fruit and olive trees. To the side of the house is a parking area with 4 olive trees and garden area.

There is a village 6 or 7 minutes drive away with cafe, restaurants, mini supermarket etc, Mortagua lies 12 minutes drive away with 2 supermarkets, banks, docs and dentists surgery, cinema, library, cafes and restaurants and many independent shops, plus a railway. The large towns of Viseau and Coimbra are both approx. 45 mins drive away.

The energy certificate is to follow next week and the photos are in a separate email.

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