Alfarim Town houses

These brand new Alfarim Town houses are practical and smart living places, with modern and luxury finishes.
Located close to the beautiful beaches of Meco, you will be within walking distance of all the amenities.
It is also very close to all the worldwide famous fresh fish restaurants of that area, where you can taste the exquisite ways Portuguese cook their great dishes !
Including:

– 3 bedrooms
– 2 bathrooms
– parking place
– fully equipped kitchen
– pool included in the price
– 140m2 living area duplex

So come on in and enjoy the best Portugal has to offer in the south coast of Lisbon !

Lagoa View House 310000€

600 m2 terrain + 204 m2 living quarters
Amazing Lagoa view House in Lagoa de Albufeira !

This is a great new House really close to the Lagoa de Albufeira, to Meco and to the fishing village of Sesimbra. You have the lagoon clear blue water right at your doorstep, in a peaceful area of the natural reserve of the Lagoa.

As such, the region has a wide appeal, regardless of whether you are seeking the blue skies of summer or escaping the winter blues, with a mild climate most of the year round.

Including:
– 4 rooms
– 2 bathrooms
– Garage
– Swimming pool

Within 400 meters from Lagoa de Albufeira beach.

Buy ready to live in or as an investment – with the new Portuguese local laws you pay low taxes for your real estate!

Quinta in Palmela for renovation

This is an opportunity offer on a Quinta (farm) ready for renovation in a huge 2700 m2 plot !

The Palmela region as a whole is starting to be discovered by more adventurous tourists, several of whom go on to become property buyers in search of the excellent value for money, slower pace of life, and genuine feel of the ‘real’ Portugal that this part of the country undoubtedly offers.

Not only for the high quality wineries in the region of Palmela, you can compare the Costa azul with the other more famous blue coast, the Cote d’Azur, or at least the way the French Riviera must have looked a hundred years ago, before it became the playground of the rich and famous. That’s certainly true of the spectacular winding coast road out of Setubal that runs towards Arrabida and its 16th century Franciscan monastery, the Convento da Arrabida, which clings precariously to the hillside among the pine and cypress trees. Part of a national park and home to a wide variety of birds and wildlife, this particular stretch of blue coast looks unlikely to suffer the same fate as its over-developed and over-hyped namesake, leaving visitors to enjoy its quiet coves, sheltered vineyards and tiny fishing villages for years to come.

As such, the region has a wide appeal, regardless of whether you are seeking the blue skies of summer or escaping the winter blues, with a mild climate most of the year round.

Ready to buy as an investment, with the new “Alojamento Local” you pay low taxes in Portugal.