The house, which measures 200 square metres of construction, is set on a plot measuring 5,400 square metres and is in a good decorative order.
The house is connected to both mains electric and water and has a telephone line installed. The house has many traditional style features and was completely refurbished several years ago. The property benefits from both central heating and air conditioning and has an alarm system installed. The property also has a solar hot water heating system in place. There are traditional style stone window and door surrounds as well as traditional style ‘Schist’ stone pillars. The property is doubled glazed throughout and has traditional style internal wooden shutters.
The main entrance to the house leads directly into a double aspect living room, which has a tiled floor and wooden beamed roof. The living room is a good size and there is a traditional style fireplace to one corner with log burning stove in situ.
Off the living room there is an archway which leads through to a hallway area with a tiled floor and a large built in storage cupboard. Off this hallway there are three good sized double bedrooms, all of which have wood laminate floors and built in wooden wardrobes. One of these bedrooms has an en-suite bathroom. The en-suite bathroom is partially tiled with hand painted tiles and has a shower, toilet, vanity basin with storage cupboard beneath. There is a family sized bathroom off the hallway, which is also partially tiled. The bathroom has a bath with shower above, toilet, bidet and vanity basin with storage cupboard beneath.
There is a light and airy study room off the living room, via a part glazed internal door. The study has a tiled floor and a set of built in wooden cupboards as well as a tiled staircase leading to the lower ground floor. There is also a part glazed external access door off the study. The staircase opens out into a hallway, which has a tiled floor. Off this hallway there is a fully tiled bathroom. The bathroom has a shower, toilet and vanity basin with storage cupboard beneath.
There is a spacious, open plan kitchen and dining room off the hallway, via a part glazed internal wooden door. The kitchen and dining room has a tiled floor and and a wooden beamed ceiling. There is a good range of built in base and eye level wooden units with marble work surfaces. There is a one and a half stainless steel sink and drainer, integral oven, integral microwave, dish washer and four ring gas hob. The kitchen has a set of patio doors which lead out to a traditional style covered terrace at the front of the house. The kitchen also has a traditional style fireplace with a log burning stove. The dining area is also spacious and can accommodate a good sized table and chairs as well as a sofa if required. Off the dining area there is a part glazed external door which leads to the side of the house.
Adjacent to the kitchen diner there is a large storage room, which is accessed via external, double opening part glazed doors from the covered terrace. The storage room has a tiled floor and wooden beamed ceiling. The storage room is spacious and has a pedestal sink installed. The current owners are using this room for storage, but could be utilised as an entertainment or bar room.
There is a good sized garage, which also has a tiled floor. The garage has a large roller shutter vehicle access door and is large enough to accommodate a good sized vehicle as well as maintaining space for a work shop area. The central heating boiler and tank is situated within the garage, which also has plumbing for a washing machine.
The property is set on a plot measuring 5,400 square metres, all of which is fenced. The property has a large traditional well, which has water, and is used for irrigating the garden. The house is set back from a quiet access road and there is a gated driveway which leads around the side and back of the house to the garage. At the rear of the house there is a traditional style covered terrace with ‘schist’ stone pillars and a wooden beamed roof. The terrace provides good views over the land and countryside. At the side of the house there is a large, tiled patio area which also provides good views over the countryside.
The land is slightly sloping, though there are terraces and the current owners have landscaped the garden with paths and steps. There is a good variety of mature olive trees in situ as well as orange, apple, lemon, fig and Nesperas.
The property is situated in the village of Carril, which has several cafes and a small mini-market, all of which are within walking distance from the house. The property is easy to access and has good links to the IC3 dual carriageway. The larger, historic town of Tomar, which is home to the Convento do Cristo, is only ten minutes by car.
Tomar is a bustling market town, which has a good variety of supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, banks, shops, pharmacies, health centres, sports centres, library, university, hospital, bus and train station, historic monuments and parks.
Castelo do Bode lake, Portugal’s second largest reservoir, is only ten minutes drive in the opposite direction. Castelo do Bode lake is popular for all kinds of water sport activities including swimming, sailing, canoeing, scuba diving and water skiing. The lake is also a haven for wild life and there are many river beaches close to the property where you can relax and enjoy the scenery.
The closest airport to the property is located at Lisbon, which is around one and a quarter hours’ by car. Lisbon airport is serviced by a variety of low cost airlines which operate regular flights into and out of the United Kingdom and other European countries.
- Price: €190,000
- Ref. no.: 5112/18
- Location: Tomar
- Detail: Detached
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Construction area: 208
- Plot area: 5400
- Status: For sale