UNIQUE & STYLISH | Refurbished T1+1 Townhouse in Historic Heart of Figueira Village - Vila do Bispo
- 763 Reference
- 1 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 105 m²Built
- 2014 Build Year
We present you with an exceptional property inside a historic West Algarve village. The house was built in 1937 and was renovated first in 2014 and a second time in 2019. Therefore, we can consider it almost a new built. It has been gutted, and all installations brought up to date. In addition, there was executed modern standard wall isolation.
LOCATION: Figueira is a beautiful place to live, and you find all amenities nearby. The region's famous beaches and surfer spots make this village very attractive. You have a grocery shop, restaurants, cafes and bars within walking distance. To Vila do Bispo it is 3km (7min drive), to Sagres 8 km(15min) and to Lagos 23km.
SIZE & FEATURES: The property (105,50m2 built area) extends on 2 levels. Downstairs you have an open plan living dining with a wood burner fireplace, which heats the whole house during colder days. Here lays also a bathroom with shower and 1 bedroom with direct access to the covered patio. You will love the modern tailored kitchen that connects to this outdoor space as well. All areas are bight and flooded with daylight. The stylish manicured interior design is a real eyecatcher. The beautiful selection of the tiles gives a charming feel.
The first floor (reached by a short outdoor staircase) boasts another room, a bathroom and 2 terraces with great views over the village and country.
If you are looking to buy a sweet home for permanent living in the Algarve or invest in a property for holiday lettings, this lovely townhouse can be your choice.
- €/CONDO FEE
- 19,281 €/IMT TAXPermanent
- 20,205 €/IMT TAXSecondary
- Close to the Beach
- Close to the Golf Course
- Satellite TV
- Residential Area
- Double Glazing
- Fiber Optic Internet
For Whom a Holiday Home in Portugal is still Worthwhile
The weeks in the Algarve were fantastic for the third year in a row - the fourth holiday in Lagos went by far too quickly. This or something similar is how many people feel when they return from their summer break. Not least because of the pandemic, many who could afford it have bought a holiday home in the past two years. As an escape from everyday life, possibly also for the home office - and given the still low-interest rates on credit balances and high inflation, often also as a capital investment that can be rented out.