Magnificent 2 Bedroom Duplex In Downtown Faro - New Development
€ 595,000£ 512,910$ 628,183
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Faro, Eastern Algarve
Ownership Status: Company
Built in: 1970
186m2 Build size
€ 3,199£ 2,757$ 3,377
/ m2 build
Currently, under construction, this magnificent two-bedroom duplex apartment is for sale in Downtown Faro.
Aside from the privileged location, the real highlight of this property is the quality of materials used throughout, from Ytong Bricks to hardwood American walnut floors and a marble TV wall with a bioethanol fireplace, it really is the property that keeps on giving.
The ground floor features a decorated living room/dining room area, an open plan and a fully fitted kitchen with a range of appliances, a breakfast bar and a bathroom.
Up the stairs and into the second floor are the 2 en-suites, with the master suite featuring a walk-in closet.
Air-conditioning throughout as well as a private terrace for both the bedrooms.
Located in Downtown Faro with restaurants, bars and shops within walking distance.
Faro has retained its peaceful ambience and traditional charm that is centred around the pretty walled Old Town.
It is situated on the edge of the Ria Formosa national park, a series of saltwater lagoons and mudflats that are a haven for migratory birds and wildlife. The city is very scenic, especially within the old walled town and area surrounding the marina.
Faro boasts more historic monuments and buildings than many other Algarve towns, while the pleasant shopping zone is lined with open-air cafes and designed for Portuguese shoppers. Forum Algarve is a classic shopping center catering to all tastes.
Faro makes a great central base from which to explore the Algarve, and all it has to offer. It has some of the best beaches in the Algarve, very tranquil and quieter than its neighbouring beaches, yet still with plenty of bars, restaurants, amenities and activities to choose from.
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