Located less than 1 km from the center of the village of Parede in Cascais, this excellently well maintained property is privileged by the quiet, tranquility and the safety of one of the areas of the municipality of Cascais. This villa with over 200m² of private usable area, is divided over 3 floors, and is characterized by a kitchen adjoining the dining area, Open kitchen type, and that can…
Located less than 1 km from the center of the village of Parede in Cascais, this excellently well maintained property is privileged by the quiet, tranquility and the safety of one of the areas of the municipality of Cascais. This villa with over 200m² of private usable area, is divided over 3 floors, and is characterized by a kitchen adjoining the dining area, Open kitchen type, and that can be separated if necessary allowing you to recover one of the 5 original bedrooms of this villa, 4 bedrooms two of them with sea view, 4 bathrooms and a spacious double living room with fireplace totally facing south and opening to an outdoor space over 110m2 where you can build an elegant infinity pool with deck. This property also benefits from a charming common room located on the most intimate and private floor of the property and which you can transform into a comfortable cinema room and a games room that has the servantage of a full bathroom. This property also includes - Garage for at least one car; - One more division contiguous to the garage area and that is prepared to receive another kitchen or to give it the use that is most convenient; - Automatic gates; - Thermodynamic solar panel; - Alarm system in all 3 floors of the villa; - Video doorman system in the 2 main floors of the villa. - Technical area located in the garden; - High quality double glazing; - Roof of the villa with thermal insulation; - Several storage areas; - Air Conditioning; Thanks to the combination of rustic and modern materials, each element contributes to creating an elegant and unique environment.
Parede, is a Portuguese town and former parish in the eastern part of the municipality of Cascais, in the district and metropolitan area of Lisbon. It belongs to the district (court) of Cascais and the diocese and military region of Lisbon. With an area of 3.6 km², it is the least populous of the three villages of the municipality, having in 2011 a population of 21,660 inhabitants. It was extinguished in 2013, under a national administrative reform, having been aggregated to the parish of Carcavelos, to form a new parish called União das Freguesias de Carcavelos e Parede with its headquarters in Carcavelos. Previously, and until 1953, it was part of the parish of São Domingos de Rana. Since that date it has been an autonomous administrative district, integrating part of the places of Busano, Junqueiro, Madorna, Murtal, Penedo and Rebelva. Its boundaries were established by Decree-Law 39208 of 14 May 1953. Parede is limited to the south by the Atlantic Ocean, to the east by Ribeira das Marianas (which marked the boundary with the parish of Carcavelos), to the north by the parish of São Domingos de Rana, and to the west by São Pedro do Estoril. It is characterised by its beaches, whose exposure to the sun and abundance of iodine give them therapeutic characteristics. This quality would be reflected in the composition of the town itself, rich in examples of summer house architecture from the 19th and 20th centuries. It is also a place with strong republican roots, hosting activists and personalities of relevance in the republican revolution.
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.
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