Design Villa In Nazare On Top Of The Cliffs - Watch The Biggest Waves In The World!
€ 1,100,000£ 970,910$ 1,311,697
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Nazare, Silver Coast
Ownership Status: Private
Built in: 2016
467m2 Build size
€ 2,355£ 2,078$ 2,808
/ m2 build
957m2 Plot size
€ 1,149£ 1,014$ 1,370
/ m2 plot
The villa is located on the Silver Coast with a 360º views of the sea and mountains, it is at the highest point of the Portuguese coast allowing you to enjoy breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, the surrounding green areas, windmills, Nazaré village, Berlengas Island etc... These views will allow you to relax like never before!!! Featuring modern architecture with 2 floors, the 1st-floor bedrooms have access to balconies and sea views and on the ground floor, you have direct access to the garden and sea views!
• Terrace by the kitchen • Wooden deck balconies with glass guards • Poolside lounge area with barbecue and wood oven • Garden with natural grass • Retaining wall in natural stone blocks • Cork-covered garage. • Entire property boundary with fence/wall and bushes. • Exterior coatings in plaster, slate and shale stone All exterior floors and sills lined with granite stone. Housing Features: • Sosoares minimalist exterior window frames with high sun protection windows, • Underfloor heating throughout the house (except storage and garage)
Heating equipment: Heat pump, 4 solar panels and stove, all integrated into Rotex Hpsu system; • Borehole (depth 150m) and 4,500l capacity storage water tank • Pre-installation of central vacuum, • Pre-installation of video surveillance and alarm system, • High quality thermal and acoustic insulation, • False ceilings with crown mouldings • Renolit mesh coated pool.
The Portuguese are certainly one of the most religious peoples in the world and the town of Nazaré is no exception. In fact, one of its most visited sites is the chapel built in honor of Our Lady of Nazaré by the local nobleman Dom Fuas Roupinho when he was supposedly saved from certain death down a cliff by the apparition of the Virgin Mary. Built in 1182, it is known Ermida da Memória and still features the legend in hand-painted azulejos.
Amazingly, the town has preserved its way of life since then although there are architectural evidences of the changes that the passage of time and people has wrought on Nazaré. This is to be expected as a place and people that do not move with the times in one way or another is doomed to extinction and Nazaré is still standing as strong as ever.
The seaside town is divided into three main districts. First, the Praia is the beach area filled with tiled walkways and palm trees on one side and the Atlantic Ocean pounding on the sand on the other side. It is an ideal site to cast a line, cast a shadow on the ground as the sun sets and cast a spell over a loved one.
Second, the Pederneira is an equally delightful place for residents and visitors alike. Third, and arguably the most popular area in town, the Sitio is a rocky promontory perched a hundred meters above Nazaré's main part. Its charms like in the fantastic views of the bay and the beach of the town as well as the opportunity to engage in a leisurely walk down to the stretches of sandy beach of the Atlantic Ocean.
You can also take the funicular carriage up the sharp slope although going by car is also possible. At the top, the Ermida da Memória and the large church coupled with the great vista makes the dizzying ride up all worth it.
Nazaré being a seaside town, people can still be seen drying their fish catch and mending their boats with their curved prows in the sun, all by good old-fashioned manual labor. Adding to the rustic atmosphere are the holidaymakers, playful children and their happy parents frolicking in the sand and ocean with seemingly no cares in the world.
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