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Villa – Leiria, Portugal

550,000 €
£472,000
  • Total area
    620 m²
  • Land area
    1,193 m²
  • Bedrooms
    6
  • Bathrooms
    6
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House built in 1996, inserted in one of the noble areas of the city with excellent finishes, consisting of 3 floors with a construction area of 620 m² and inserted in a plot of 1193 m² Excellent traditional construction in an area where tranquility prevails, with great potential to be transformed and converted into tourism or simply for a family wishing to live in a magnificent place. 1st floor consists of hall, room of 40 m² with terrace, two suites with closet, balcony and storage. The ground floor has hall, office, main room of 50.60 m² with terrace for a pergola with outdoor dining area and old mill grindstone, equipped kitchen and dining room with a fantastic view, two bedrooms one of them suite, social toilet, ventilated laundry. The basement has a lounge with fireplace, equipped kitchen, ventilated wine cellar, storage room of 30sqm, office, toilet and an interior garage of 40.80 m² giving to the excellent exterior with several attachments in donkey brick included barbecue and an outdoor garage for two cars. It has an excellent outdoor space to build swimming pool. Outdoor area is in Portuguese sidewalk and illuminated. The floor of the house is in Afizélia wood of Guinea and in brick. Aluminium doors and windows with double glazing and thermal cutting. Walls with thermal and acoustic insulation. Hand-painted Widow Portuguese Tiles Widow. Central heating natural gas with outdoor boiler and 18 liter water heater. Roofs in heed tile, automatic gates, alarms and surveillance camera. 5 minutes from the highway, 60 minutes from Lisbon airport, 10 minutes from Óbidos and with a variety of beaches such as Foz do Arelho, S. Martinho do Porto, Peniche, Nazaré. Land area 1193 m² Gross construction area 620 m² Rooms 6 Wc 6 Rooms 3 Offices 2 Kitchens 2

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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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      • Can a residence permit be obtained by buying property?

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