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Villa – Cascais, Lisbon, Portugal

1,850,000 €
  • Total area
    418 m²
  • Land area
    800 m²
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    Price per sqm increase 5.6% over 2019

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    Location with high rental demand

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    Residence permit for the entire investor's family

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    The opportunity to acquire Portuguese citizenship

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House T10 designed and designed by the renowned Architect Ruy d' Athouguia, with an excellent location in a very quiet and privileged area, currently with a great demand. House consisting of 3 floors, with entrance made by floor'0' through the existing patio, which is interior and is walled. At first glance it seems to be a single storey villa but, the fact is that it is projected through another 2 floors down, following the decline of the valley in the back where all this architectural work is developed. — In the patio of the main entrance, when entering, we find on our right an annex built there where there are 2 rooms with shared toilet. — Floor'0' with 5 bedrooms, two of them with balcony to the garden, and 2 toilets. — Floor'-1' with 1 bedroom with toilet, Ironing house, Kitchen, pantry and living room with balcony overlooking the back garden. — Floor'-2' with 2 bedrooms with balcony overlooking the back garden, and a shared toilet. This villa has a swimming pool that is currently buried by the owner's option, in the patio area. There is also a technical annex that previously supported the pool, i. e. where the pumps and filters were installed. This house was designed by architect Ruy d' Athouguia in 1952, who was also part of the team that designed the much talked about and internationally recognized Headquarters Building of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon. This house, well known within the great/ famous Portuguese Architects, due to its unique style for the time in which it was designed and built, and especially for the architect Souto Moura, who recognizes it is a house of excellence and a unique beauty, either in its bold design for the height, or by the fantastic and very intelligent method used in capturing sunlight, whatever the division. Since in the initial project comprised only 4 rooms, currently has 10 rooms, already counting the 2 of the annex in the entrance street, whose alteration/ use of the interior space and its original layout, may have been due to the solution that the owner thought for good so that he could house his family, which became numerous. The information referred to is not binding and does not dispense with the consultation of the documentation of the property.

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The investor obtains a Portuguese residence permit by purchase of real estate worth at least €500,000. Our team at Tranio will help to make a deal remotely, collect a set of documents, and make an application.

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