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This stunning villa was refurbished in 2014 to a very high standard throughout, still keeping many traditional elements combined with modern open-plan layouts. Located just 10 minutes' drive from the historic city of Tavira and its beaches, Sta Estevão is a traditional Portuguese village with a selection of cafés and restaurants just a few minutes' walk away. The property comprises 3 large double bedrooms, all with en-suite bath or shower rooms which all have a contemporary finish and underfloor heating. The entrance hall leads through to the open-plan living/dining room, which have high coved ceilings and hardwood doors to add a modern touch to the property. There is also a multi-fuel burner in the living room, which will easily keep the chill off during the short winter season. A staircase from the balcony leads to the large roof terrace and storage areas. Heading downstairs you will find the large kitchen, a second dining area with walk-in larder and living room, all with access to the outside terraces and pool area. The kitchen faces directly towards the pool, where there is ample room for outside dining and food preparation. The large plot contains a variety of mature trees including Olive, Carob, Pine, Citrus and many more! There is a full irrigation system in place, supplied by a local dam water supply at minimal cost, although the main house is supplied with standard mains water which is heated through a recently installed solar system. Tavira is one of the oldest Moorish towns in Eastern Algarve, concealing a charismatic heritage until this day, becoming one of the finest resort towns in the area. The town extends along the river banks of Gilão, where Moorish influences beautifully compliments de deep-rooted Portuguese traditional culture. Explore the magnificent buildings and historic churches along the river through the cobbled streets, take a taxi-boat and dive into the Caribbean-Like Islands of Cabanas and Barril located just off the main town.
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