TM12: Grandads Cottage – RESERVED

Fundão, Castelo Branco

Price:

€12,000

Current Status:Reserved

Traditional country house, 4 bedrooms. Garden with fruit trees & 160m2

Property Advertised by: Owner

Property Description

Traditional shale country house in the beautiful & picturesque shale village Malhada Velha, in Central Portugal.

The house belongs to our family & was constructed by my grandfather with his own hands. It is all made from shale & wood, with many vintage finishes.

The house has 4 floors & 2 basements with entrances from the back and side of the house. The main floor is composed of a kitchen as an annexe, living room, bathroom, bedroom & a hall on the main entrance level. The 1st floor is reached by inner stairs with a big hall & has 3 bedrooms, the ceiling covers the whole house & it is reached from inner stairs also.

It has a garden with 160m2, some fruit trees & a piece of land.

It needs to be fully renovated, the windows were replaced around 1998, all the rest remains the same since the construction. The kitchen ceiling has already collapsed.

This beautiful house is looking for somebody to give it a new look & a new life, to be saved from falling down totally.

Malhada Velha is a beautiful rural village, surrounded by wonderful pine trees, it has a lovely river right on the village as well. It is well known for its shale houses & peaceful environment. It is chosen by tourists looking for walking or simply to enjoy some relaxing days. It is also a route known for its mountain biking events.

A wonderful opportunity to invest or eventually to live in a quiet & peaceful place.

Property Location

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