Superb Ground Floor Apartment In Prestigious Resort - Holiday Rentals/Year Round Living
€ 399,000£ 341,671$ 431,546
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Silves, Western Algarve
Ownership Status: Private
Built in: n/a
109m2 Build size
€ 3,661£ 3,134$ 3,959
/ m2 build
Superb 2-bedroom apartment in a breathtaking Algarve resort. The apartment is fully furnished and in a great location - with a small gate in the garden allowing easy access to the pool area.
The Apartment is on a touristic resort, which allows any owner the flexability to rent as and when you wish. Although the resort is also very popular with people wishing to live all year round!
Whether you're an avid golfer, tennis enthusiast, or simply love relaxing by the pool, this resort has everything you could ever dream of.
Inside this spacious apartment, you'll find two large bedrooms, one including en-suite bathroom, a well-appointed kitchen, and a generous lounge area, leading to a large decked terrace and garden area. Each bedroom also boasts its own terrace, perfect for enjoying delightful evening dinners or sipping refreshing drinks.
Immerse yourself in the stunning countryside views and vast green areas this development has to offer, providing a haven of peace and tranquillity that is becoming increasingly rare to find. The resort seamlessly blends modern and functional design with the natural landscape, creating a harmonious environment.
This apartment is equipped with top-of-the-line appliances, solar panels, central vacuuming, underfloor heating, air-conditioning, double-glazed windows, fitted wardrobes, high-speed fibre internet, and TV, ensuring your utmost comfort and convenience.
Not only does this property offer an incredible lifestyle, but it also presents an excellent opportunity for holiday rentals or investment purposes. Don't wait any longer—schedule your viewing today and seize the chance of a lifetime!
Covered dining area
Kids play area
Features great views
Near bars / restaurants
Near a golf course
Near the beach
The energy rating shows the energy efficiency of a building on a scale of A to G. The most efficient homes – which should have the lowest fuel bills – are in band A, whereas the most inefficient homes are in band G.
Silves is a beautiful and attractive town with a rich history built on the banks of the River Arade. The river was navigable in historical times and represented an important link between the inland and the coast.
The town, which is built on top of one of the largest underground aquifers in the south of Portugal, the Querenca-Silves aquifer, straddles the river and retains a medina-style gate, the Porta de Loule, and parts of the poured concrete walls that date back to the time of Moorish occupation
The area has been inhabited since Paleolithic times but the town reached its peak after the Moorish invasion of the Iberian Peninsula in 713. By the tenth century, Silves, then called Xelb, was the capital of the area now known as the Algarve.
Today Silves is an attractive, charming place of outdoor cafes and scented orange groves dominated by one of the best-preserved castles in the Algarve. The Moorish Fortaleza, which boasts a complete set of sandstone walls and detached towers, occupies twelve thousand square meters on top of the hill that overlooks the town. Iron Age remains have been found, along with a well, a governor's palace and the Cisterna Grande, a thirteenth century water cistern that once served the whole town. The Cisterna stands ten meters high, is supported by six columns and said to be haunted by the ghost of a Moorish maiden. A Moorish-style garden has recently been re-created and is open daily to visitors, along with the rest of the Fortaleza, whose walls offer impressive views over the town and surrounding countryside.
Below the Fortaleza is Silves' cathedral, built on the site of a grand mosque and flanked by wide Gothic towers. The cathedral retains some of its original grandeur. Lining the cathedral walls are tombs belonging to bishops and crusaders who died taking Silves back from the Moors. Opposite the cathedral, much of which dates back to the eighteenth century.
A defunct cork factory known as the Fabrica do Ingles (Englishman's factory) is home to a couple of museums and a cluster of bars, cafes and fountains that come alive in August during the town's annual beer festival. There is a market on the riverfront, near a narrow thirteenth century bridge, every morning from Monday to Saturday.
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