Amazing plot with an old house and a haystack, with 7.248m2.
It is located near the Art Centre "Casa das Mudas" and just 5 minutes by car from the beach of Calheta and the marina.
Ideal for construction of several houses/townhouses or some blocks of apartments.
The last big plot available in the area, in such low altitude and with clear and definite sea views. It has low slope which facilitates construction.
It has one public street in the south of the plot but according to the City Hall it will be built another public street east of the property without taking any part of the land. So in the future it will be served by south and east public streets.
Don't miss this unique opportunity!
Features great views
Near bars / restaurants
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.
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