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A traditionally built villa found in a quiet residential area of Lagos. Being so fantastically situated means you will be just a short drive from some of Portugal’s beautiful and award winning beaches, as well as close to all local amenities such as supermarkets, schools, restaurants, bars and historical buildings, providing something new and exciting to do every day. This property was built in 1990 and is in very good condition although some upgrades or improvements could be made depending on specific requirements and needs. Total land area is 380m2, with 260m2 being the house area, and additional space offers a private garden along with a garage big enough for 2 cars. Currently, the property is divided into 2 independent apartments, with the ground floor being a T2 comprised of a spacious living room with fireplace and air-conditioning, a dining room, fully equipped kitchen, 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. On top of the garden offers a terrace area with a BBQ and pizza oven. Another T2 is located on the second floor which offers independent access as well as a lovely open plan living room with its own fireplace and a spacious terrace. Additionally an equipped kitchen can be found, along with 2 bedrooms, both en-suites, and a third guest bathroom. A roof terrace with storage room provides unobstructed views across all surroundings and the city of Lagos itself. Furniture can be negotiated in sale if desired. Lagos is a town in the Western Algarve, hugely popular among people of all ages and attracting tourists from all corners of the world. It is well known for its iconic beaches and sandy coves of Dona Ana and Praia do Camilo. The cliff tops of Ponta da Piedade provide a stunning view to the sea and surrounding natural beauty. The center of town is home to many historic landmarks, including the 18th-century church of St. Antonio, castle walls, and the Castelo dos Governadores, one of the town’s oldest features.
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