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A spacious ground floor apartment located just 10 minutes from the popular beach of Portimão. Recognised as a great tourist destination, this property would be perfect as a rental investment to generate some additional income, or to relocate permanently whether for retirement purposes or for a better quality of life. Situated on a private condominium, this apartment is comprised of 2 bedrooms, with the master being having an en-suite and both offer fitted wardrobes along with wooden flooring and access to a shared private terrace, an additional guest bathroom is available. A fully fitted kitchen comes with some appliances integrated, space for a dining area if desired and access to shared terrace, offering a direct route to the communal pool and gardens. A spacious open plan living/dining area is well designed and also has access to the private terrace - large and spacious offering direct views over the pool, gardens as well as offering great sun exposure and a BBQ area. Additionally, pre-installation of air-conditioning has been organised, double glazed windows have been installed, the condominium does have a gated entrance, and 2 parking spaces come with this apartment in the underground parking. Some furniture may be negotiable. Alvor is a seaside resort and fishing village in western Algarve. The 16th-century Igreja Matriz church rises above the old town, while 3 Islamic shrines, evoking the area’s Moorish heritage. Cobbled lanes lead down to the paved riverfront, which is lined with bars and seafood restaurants. The wetlands of the Alvor river estuary provide a habitat for resident and migratory birds. Portimão is the largest city in the Western Algarve, it was traditionally a centre for sardine fishing and processing. However, today most of that industry has been replaced by tourism, leisure, and retail, leaving Portimão as a large and residential city. Most tourists visit Portimão either for the extensive shopping or excellent public transport but there is a surprising amount to be seen within the city. The city’s old and once bustling fishing docks have been remarkably transformed into a scenic promenade, leading to the quaint and tree-lined plazas of the old town. Further inland are pleasant pedestrian shopping streets, a series of historic buildings, and a tantalising selection of cafes, bars, and restaurants.
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