This lush 3 storey 4 bedroom villa is in a highly desired area of Foz, Porto.
Foz is a quaint and upscale parish at the mouth of the Douro. The proper name is Foz do Douro, but the locals simply refer to it has ‘Foz.’ The shoreline is spattered with rocks interspersed among the sandy beaches and there’s a great geological walk labelled with signs, right by the parish’s cafés and restaurants. The Castelo de São João da Foz (an old 16th-century fort) is next to the breakwater, near a small lighthouse marking the Douro’s exit into the Atlantic.
On the ground floor of the villa, you will find the hallway, an office, living room with balcony, dining room, social bathroom and a good-sized kitchen.
The first floor contains two complete suites, the master suite with closet and balcony, plus two rooms supported by a bathroom with natural light and direct access to one of the rooms.
The basement has a games room with bar and direct access to the garden with pool, a spacious garage divided by a sliding door and this, when closed, makes another room, a complete room with bathroom and laundry and technical space.
Outside there is also an excellent garden area with barbecue and swimming pool perfect for those summer days and evenings.
Kids play area
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.
Porto is the 2nd largest city in Portugal based on its population; located in the North of the country, it is the city where Portugal’s name comes from. Porto’s name around 2200 years ago was Portus Cale that became Condado Portucalense later.
It’s a city known worldly for its wines, its contemporary and antique architecture, its historical centre as well as its football team, the Porto University (among the best 100 European universities), for the high quality service in its health centres and for its restaurants and gastronomy.
Porto was classified as World Patrimony by UNESCO.
Don’t miss Vila Nova de Gaia with its many tapas and port wine places, chocolate shops and River Douro trips! Visit the São Bento rail station, church of Santa Clara, Café Majestic, Chapel of Souls (Almas), Portuguese Centre for Photography, the gardens of Palácio de Cristal, Dom Luis I bridge, Casa da Música (Music house) and so much more!
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