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A large piece of land found within the countryside in Barão de S.João, Lagos, situated in the Bordeira Valley. An excellent location such as this is a prime investment for someone looking design their own home, or add to their property portfolio. With over 10 hectares (102,560m2) of grounds, new owners can either start fresh and rebuild a home to individual tastes, or renovate the previous building. Reconstruction would comprise the finishing of a 146m2 home, with authorisation to expand to 300m2 by a construction certificate prior to 1951. This property can be expanded to include three bedrooms, one with an-suite, with the additional bedrooms sharing a guest bathroom, along with an open plan dining/living room and kitchen. Electricity is just 400m away from the property. Spread across the land are umbrella pine trees, some twenty years old and others just six, cork oaks, and medronho arbutus trees can also be found next to Barao de S, Joao national forest. There is also an artesian hole with water which can be supplied to the house and a water well that lasts throughout the year, a small river is also on site. Situated just 10km away from award winning beaches found in Lagos, and 5km access to the local highway, the potential is unfounded. And perfect for someone looking for a project to get their hands stuck into. Whether building to make the perfect dream home, or as a way to generate some additional income through rentals, being in a quiet area but not too far from all local amenities provides the best of both worlds! 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 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 centre 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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