Reverse level 2-bed townhouse with communal pool 400m from the beach
€ 299,000£ 263,911$ 356,543
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Praia Da Luz, Western Algarve
Ownership Status: Developer
Built in: 2002
100m2 Build size
€ 2,990£ 2,639$ 3,565
/ m2 build
100m2 Plot size
€ 2,990£ 2,639$ 3,565
/ m2 plot
Wonderful 2-bed, 2-bath townhouse with sea views, communal pool set in beautiful well kept gardens in a very quiet part of Praia da Luz, close to all amenities and just 400m from the ocean.
List price includes a full renovation to a very high standard including new kitchen, bathrooms and tiling throughout with the option of adding a 3rd bedroom. Buyer has the choice of choosing fixtures and finish. Property can be bought in current condition if required.
Reverse level townhouse on a private condo with just 8 other properties. The ground floor consists of 2 good sized double bedrooms one with patio doors leading out onto the garden terrace and a full bathroom.
The first floor consists of a living/dining area with open fireplace and patio doors leading out onto a South facing terrace with sea views that looks out over the gardens and pool area.
Off the living area, there is access to a fitted kitchen with patio doors leading to the rear balcony, there is also a separate W.C on this floor.
Set in mature well kept South facing gardens with a beautiful pool area and private parking.
Lower than average condo fees.
Just a short stroll to the beach or the centre of Praia da Luz, 5 min by car to the city of Lagos and less than an hour to Faro airport.
Great full-time or lock up and leave holiday home with excellent holiday rental potential.
About the area
Praia da Luz ( "Beach of Light" ). Like most towns on the Algarve coast, it was originally a fisherman's village. Even though today it has grown into a popular seaside resort it still manages to retain a lot of its old-world charm and at the same time offering the holidaymaker golden sands, superb dining and first class facilities.
The bay is protected to the East by the famous Rocha Negra cliff, a product of the Monchique region's volcano lava flow from some 150 million years ago. To the West is the old 16th-century fort built to ward off pirates but now is a smart restaurant which has some spectacular views from its terraces.
Lagos... The city lies along the bank of the Rio Bensafrim, with 16th-century walls enclosing the old town’s pretty, cobbled lanes, picturesque piazzas and churches. The city has an exceptional choice of bars and restaurants and the World class Marina and beaches just add to the allure. With every activity under the sun (literally) on offer, plus a lively nightlife, it’s not surprising that people of all ages are drawn here. Aside from its hedonistic appeal, Lagos has a lot of historical clout, having launched many naval excursions during Portugal’s extraordinary Age of Discoveries.
Features great views
Orientation: South Facing
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.
Praia da Luz is another Algarve resort that has seen much development in recent years and it has become a firm favourite for several ex-patriot communities. It has retained its appeal and attractiveness by being held to a relatively low-rise landscape. A lot of the development has gone to the west of Praia da Luz, but it now boasts a wide selection of accommodation, with several hotels in the central hub of the village and many private holiday rentals.
Despite its growth, much of Praia da Luz accommodation is easily accessible and within walking distance of the town and the beautiful beach, whose bay is sheltered by the 'Black Rock'. There are lots of restaurants, cafés and shops along the promenade, which runs behind the beach. There are also all sorts of market stalls and artists displaying their work where you can browse if you want a break from the beach.
There are also some ruins of Roman baths from 3rd to 5th century A.D., just behind the wall that runs along the promenade. There is a door in the wall which is open from 10am to 5pm every day and just up the steps are the remains of Roman baths. This last piece of history is very well preserved and deserves a viewing.
Stalls, shops and accommodation on the promenade, several mini-mercados (including a Spar) and a main supermarket ('Baptista') for your everyday needs and also a good shop selling natural products and all those alternative food products you thought you wouldn't be able to find, explain why Praia da Luz is so popular for holidays.
The resort has everything you need - banks, shops for everything you are likely to need and all in a very attractive setting. It is an ideal resort for family holidays with everything so close at hand.
Praia da Luz is an excellent family beach resort and you really don't need to travel further afield, but if there is anything else you need, Lagos is around a 8-minute drive away!
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