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This wonderful property is ideal as a permanent family residence, holiday home or rental investment. It’s located just a couple of minutes’ drive from the historic centre of Loulé - a town famous for its annual Carnival festivities! As well as 10 minutes from a choice of stunning beaches, 15 minutes to the airport and only 2 minutes from the recently opened Mar Shopping Complex, complete with designer outlets, cinema and Ikea store. The property is tastefully decorated throughout with calm colours and a modern finish. Comprising 5 double bedrooms, one of which is currently being used as a massage / beauty salon, another is set up as a study space. Villas with this sleeping capacity are in high demand in the Algarve’s holiday rental market! The fully fitted kitchen also has a modern flare, with built-in appliances to add a sleek finish. There is also direct access to the outside terraces, pool, garden areas and separate laundry room. There are fantastic spaces to entertain guests, depending on the season. The open-plan living / dining area is complete with functional fireplace, ideal for the winter evenings. Leading through sliding doors to a conservatory filled with sunlight and small indoor garden, perfect for relaxing in Spring and Summer - if you’re not already out around the pool! The gardens are low maintenance, with a selection of mature fruit trees and potted plants, large terraces with outdoor seating and a huge private pool - which also benefits from great sun exposure all day long! Some additional extras with this property include: air-conditioning installed throughout, wall-mounted electric heaters, double glazing throughout, mosquito netting and built-in wardrobes in each bedroom. Loulé is the largest municipality in central Algarve, highlighting festive summer nights such as the Noite Branca (White Night) enjoyed by both locals and tourists, all wearing white, converge on the streets, where a dazzling display of music, dance and traditional foods await. Transformed into a busy commercial centre, and an attractive old quarter and Moorish castle ruins, with history dating back to Roman settlements.
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