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This wonderful family home is located just outside the central town of Santa Barbara de Nexe, meaning that all the essential amenities are within a 5 minute drive. Faro airport is just a 10 minute drive to the coast, as well as a selection of fantastic beaches within 15 minutes. There are many traditional features throughout the property which give a really homely feel, including the use of tiles for flooring, bathrooms walls and feature fireplace in the living room. The property comprises 6 ensuite, double bedrooms with all but one complete with built-in wardrobes, large kitchen and open plan living/dining room. The kitchen is a great size, fully fitted and well equipped; there is a separate laundry room allowing for extra cupboard and storage space. The large living areas and high ceilings help create the feeling of space without feeling too open or echoey. The villa is set over 3 levels, with the main living areas found downstairs, bedrooms upstairs and stunning views of the countryside from the top floor terraces. The villa is set on a large private plot with very manageable gardens and outdoor spaces, complete with private pool, outdoor dining area and automatic irrigation. There is a long driveway leading to the double garage, which together allow for parking up to 6 cars. Large sliding doors from the living room and bedrooms downstairs allow direct access to the terrace and pool area via a small stair-set. A property this size would be perfect as a permanent family home or holiday home, and villas of this size are hard to find in a competitive short-term rental market; meaning there is real potential as an investment property also. Some aspects to the property add a modern finish, such as the recently installed double glazing throughout, air-conditioning in most rooms and despite being slightly further from town, the property does have very good local internet speeds. 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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