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The property is finished to a very high specification and the living areas are very spacious. There is a large open plan living and dining area with log burning fire and fantastic sea views. The kitchen is fully fitted and equipped and there are 3 good sized bedrooms, 1 of which is en-suite plus an another 1½ bathrooms. Facilities include full air conditioning and pre-installation for gas central heating as well as a Log Burning Fireplace. Outside there is a Private Swimming Pool and BBQ area and the villa is set in Manicured Tropical Gardens. There is a covered carport attached with direct access to the house as well as additional covered parking. If you are looking for a rental property this development has a solid rental history from March to November due to the area views and close proximity to the beach and town which is only 5 minutes’ walk away. Luz is a pretty village and like many coastal resorts was once a little fishing port. Popular with families and couples alike, tourists come here for one of the finest beaches in the Algarve. Praia da Luz has fine white sand gently shelving into clear turquoise waters and is well served by beach-side cafes and water sports. You can enjoy cliff-top walks along the sandstone cliffs and admire the locally renowned ‘rocha negra’ or black rocks at one end of the resort - evidence of ancient volcanic activity. For those who prefer to be a little more active, there is much on offer nearby. The nearest golf course is at the Boa Vista golf resort, which also has tennis courts, football pitches and a luxury health club with gym and spa. Nearby Lagos (6km) is a historic maritime city which played an important part in the Age of Discovery, and the place where Henry the Navigator built his ships. A relaxed and charming city, Lagos offers a great selection of restaurants, most of which are found in the pedestrianized main street. Lined with open-air cafes, the main square of Praca da Republica is a popular place to indulge in a cool drink and a spot of people watching. There are often lots of street entertainers as well; everything from magicians to clowns and living statues. Its rich, long history ensures that there are plenty of buildings and historic sites worth visiting; the governor’s castle and the church of St Sebastian being two of them.
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