128th José Afonso

$957,911
5
Bedrooms
5
Bathrooms
2 422
ft2
3 768
ft2
Ovidio Rodrigues LuxuryRealtor
Listed on August 18, 2021 106 2
Ovidio Rodrigues LuxuryRealtor

Description

Excellent villa with plenty of natural light located in a residential area of ​​Cascais (Cobre).
Comprising 5 Bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms, Indoor Garden, Swimming Pool and Garage for at least 3 cars.
On this entrance floor of the house you will find a living room with more than 33m² with fireplace, access to an interior garden and an outdoor space/garden with approximately 70m² where you can en…
Excellent villa with plenty of natural light located in a residential area of ​​Cascais (Cobre).
Comprising 5 Bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms, Indoor Garden, Swimming Pool and Garage for at least 3 cars.
On this entrance floor of the house you will find a living room with more than 33m² with fireplace, access to an interior garden and an outdoor space/garden with approximately 70m² where you can enjoy fantastic moments with family or friends.
Fully equipped kitchen with plenty of natural light, pantry area, one bedroom and bathroom complete the first floor of this beautiful property.
On the first floor we have 4 more bedrooms, 2 of which are en-suite and a bathroom complete with bathtub and two balconies.
This house also has an attic with easy access.
In addition to all the advantages mentioned above, this fantastic property offers even more:
Central vacuum; Central Heating; fireplace, Grill, Double glazed windows, Balcony, Indoor Garden, Laundry and Storage.
This property awaits your visit!

Cascais is a Portuguese town, the seat of the municipality of the same name, and is part of the district and metropolitan area of Lisbon. In 2018, the municipality of Cascais totaled 212,474 inhabitants spread over an area of 97.40 km². The municipality is subdivided into four parishes (Alcabideche, Carcavelos and Parede, Cascais and Estoril, and São Domingos de Rana). Despite its status as a village, it has a population that exceeds those of the cities of Seixal, Alverca, Póvoa, Loures, Sacavém, Vila Franca de Xira, and Costa da Caparica, being the fourth most populous village in the Metropolitan Area of Lisbon. Its origin as an independent entity dates back to the Village Charter, dated June 7, 1364, in which King D. Pedro I of Portugal separated it from the term of Sintra due to its economic development. Administratively, it only became independent in 1514, when it was granted its own charter. Occupied since the Paleolithic, and with an important archaeological heritage, the municipality was early turned to agricultural production, fishing and resource extraction. Also its strategic position on the Tagus Bar contributed to its importance, and today it has a vast military architectural heritage. Due to its natural and landscape values, both the town and the municipality experienced a surge in popularity that saw it become the preferred destination for Portuguese and foreign elites from the 19th century onwards. The arrival and electrification of the railroad was transcendental to the progress of the municipality, being the main factor for its urbanization from 1930 onwards. Since then, it has grown to become one of the main suburbs of Lisbon and one of the main tourist destinations in the country, sharing the phenomena of suburbanization and periurbanization that have been occurring in the rest of the metropolitan area, evident especially within the municipality.

The History of Cascais,

Cascais is a Portuguese village, home to the municipality (municipality) of the same name, which is part of the district and metropolitan area of Lisbon. In 2016, it totaled 210,889 inhabitants[1] spread over an area of 97.40 km². [3] The municipality is divided into four parishes (Alcabideche, Carcavelos and Parede, Cascais and Estoril and São Domingos de Rana). [4] Despite its status as a village, it has a population that exceeds those of the cities of Seixal, Alverca, Póvoa, Loures, Sacavém, Vila Franca de Xira and Costa da Caparica, being the fourth most populous village in the Metropolitan Area of Lisbon. Its origin as an independent entity dates from the Charter of the Village of 7 June 1364, in which King Pedro I of Portugal separates it from the term of Sintra[5] by virtue of its economic development. [6] Administratively, it only became independent in 1514, when it is provided with its own foral. [6] Occupied since the Paleolithic, and with an important archaeological heritage, the county was from an early age focused on agricultural production, fishing and resource extraction. Its strategic position in Barra do Tejo has also contributed to its importance, today it has a vast military architectural heritage. For its natural and landscape values, both the village and the municipality experienced an outbreak of popularity that saw it become the preferred destination of portuguese and foreign elites from the 19th century. Since then, it has grown to assert itself as one of the main suburbs of Lisbon and one of the main tourist destinations of the country[7], sharing the phenomena of suburbanization and periurbanization that have taken place in the rest of the metropolitan area, evident mainly in the interior of the municipality.

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Building Info

Year build
2005
Floors
3
Property type
House
Emissions
C
Consumption
C

Location

Cascais, Lisbon, Portugal

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Registered on JamesEdition
2020
Address
Avenida São Pedro 1, 2765-446 Estoril, Cascais, Portugal
Listing Reference
C0404-00106
Agent License
171012

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