Traditional house to Remodel with Warehouse, City Center - Portimão
Traditional house to renovate in the city center. This House consists on the 1st floor by Apartment and on the ground floor by a space for commerce, warehouse, or other purposes.
Access allows you to go to the living room (Apartment) without climbing any stairs, has direct entrance through the courtyard.
The Apartment consists of several rooms, including a dining room, a kitchen, 5 bedrooms, 1 bathroom.
On the ground floor, a space for commerce, warehouse, with outdoor access to the Apartment by a staircase.
The ground space consists of an entrance hall and 2 bedrooms.
This House has 2 independent entrances.
This remodeling house offers several possibilities, a house with its trade, or future rental investments.
In Portimão the sun brightly shines about 300 days a year on the eight kilometers of the most beautiful and welcoming Algarve beaches: fine and white sands, transparent, quiet and refreshing waters that stretch between the Ria de Alvor to West and the Estuary of Arade to Nascente.
Visit Portimão is to know a wide variety of beaches of different characteristics and available to enjoy at any time of the year.
Be surprised by the wide sands of Alvor Beach; with the small most hidden coves, cliffs and caves along the coast; with rocky beaches such as Alemão beach, with the animation of the most familiar beaches or the unique beauty of Praia da Rocha.
Have fun and with the help of this summary choose the beach that best suits your taste and needs and find out why the beauty of the Algarve beaches is in Portimão.
Portimão is a municipality and a Portuguese city in the Faro District, region and sub-region of the Algarve. The city centre is situated about 1.2 miles from the sea and is an important fishing and tourism centre.
It is home to a municipality with 182.06 km² of area and 55 614 inhabitants (2011), subdivided into 3 parishes among them that of Portimão that includes the city has about 40 000 inhabitants .
The municipality is bordered to the north by monchique, to the east by silves and lagoa, and to the west by Lagos; to the south, it has a coastal sector along the Atlantic Ocean. – REF: OL007 CN