NCS50: Village House & Large Garden

Seia, Guarda

Price:

€50,000

A granite house for renovation. Garden with fruit trees, outbuildings and a well

Property Advertised by: Owner

Property Description

A granite house with 185m2 which is liveable in but needs renovation as the interior is very dated and the ceiling on the top floor probably needs replacing. There is a terrace with a store room at the front, the front door opens into a large living room with fireplace and kitchen, there is another corridor with bathroom which leads out to a backroom which has a bread oven and built in barbecue, this room has been used as an indoor/outdoor space but is totally undercover, there is another barn type room used as workshop and wood store leading up to a large sun terrace with mountain views. There is also front access to the top floor via an outdoor undercover staircase, the top floor currently consists of 2 bedrooms plus another living room and a bathroom.

The front of the house is on a busy street with lots of neighbours and the back of the house is secluded and peaceful with a large quintal space with 767m2 (a garden with fruit trees). There are outbuildings that were previously used as animal shelters and a well for irrigation plus large water tank. The garden is already very productive with fruit trees including plums, apples, pomegranate, pears, lemon, oranges and a huge walnut tree. There is also potential to buy more land behind the garden if you wanted to have some woodland with access to a quiet back road.

Located in a lively hamlet, attached to the village of Travancinha.

The house has great potential with the need to change just a few things and renovate the upstairs and the back of the building.

Property Location

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