QTH648 Traditional Quinta

Loulé, Faro

Price:

€648,000

4 bedroom house with annex & 300m2. Land with 7,200m2

Property Advertised by: Licensed Estate Agent

Property Description

Rustic, traditional 4 bedroom quinta with annex. The property itself is 300m2, has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living rooms and an office that can be transformed into another bedroom with double glazed windows with mosquito net and traditional wooden closures. It has also unusual infrared panel for heating, which are hung on the wall. Built in 1924, the Quinta was extended in 2010 and recently lovingly renovated / improved. The property has 2 outbuildings, one is used as a technical room and the large outbuildings as a studio/storage, which can be converted into a studio apartment. Electricity, water and Telecom are already available in it.

The Quinta has a rainwater cistern with a capacity of approx. 80,000 litres and a pump, which is ideally suited for an irrigation system. Furthermore preparations are done for having a borehole installed.

The sewer connection is new, as well as mains water. 3 phase electricity is new installed on the plot. The plumbing in the house is done new.

The building can be extended with a tourism project up to 2000m2 for guest accommodation.

Land with 7,200m2, large roof terrace, terrace and a barbecue area, swimming pool could be built with sea view from the pool.

Located between Loule, Sao Bras do Alportel and Santa Barbara de Nexe. In a quiet area, yet close to all amenities. You reach the airport in Faro in 20 min as well as the beaches. Loulé is approx. 6 min drive away. Sao Bras de Alportel approx. 10 min, as well as to the shopping centre and Ikea.

Property Location

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