A tastefully restored four bedroom town house for sale near the historic
town of Tomar in central Portugal.
The townhouse, which dates back to the 19th
century, is set over two floors and measures approximately 273 square
metres of construction.
The house has been lovingly restored by the
current owner and many original features have been retained including
decorative stone window and door surrounds; wrought iron balconies and
hand carved internal wooden shutters.
The house is situated within the village of
Paço and has roads to two facades. There is a private, walled garden to
the rear of the house, which measures approximately 261 square metres.
The house, which has central heating
installed, briefly comprises:
Ground Floor: There are three
original exterior access doors to the property, each with restored
wooden 'gothic' double opening wooden doors. One of these doors leads
into an entrance
hallway, which has a tiled floor.
This hallway runs the depth of the house
and has high ceilings and a wooden faced staircase, which leads to the
first floor accommodation.
There is a double aspect living room to the
ground floor, which a set of glazed patio doors leading out to a
private, courtyard garden to the rear of the house. The living room has
a tiled floor and a traditional style fireplace.
The kitchen of the property can be accessed
either from the hallway or from the courtyard garden. There is a
spacious dining room to the ground floor, which has a tiled floor and an
exterior access door with internal wooden shutters.
There is a master bedroom to this floor,
which has a bedroom, dressing room and an en-suite bathroom. The master
bedroom has a tiled floor and internal wooden shutters. The en-suite
bathroom has a corner shower, toilet and marble topped vanity unit.
First Floor: The first floor is
accessed via a wooden treaded staircase. The staircase has decorative
'Pineapple' knoll posts and a wooden balustrade. There is a central
hallway with a wooden floor and high ceilings.
Off this hallway there are three double
bedrooms, all of which have wooden framed windows with internal wood
shutters. Each of the bedroom doors have traditional glazed panels above
and decorative moulding. Two of the bedrooms have built in wooden
cupboards with glass fronted displays.
One of these bedroom is double aspect and
has a set of part glazed patio doors which open out onto a 'Juliet'
style balcony. Another of the bedrooms has a traditional nesting ball
which allows close up viewing of nesting and hatching birds.
There is also a family sized bathroom to
the first floor, which is fully tiled and has a bath with shower above
as well as a toilet, bidet and pedestal sink.
There is a large, detached annex at the
rear of the house. This annex is set over one floor and has a wooden
beamed roof. There is a spacious kitchen dining area within the annex
with a selection of built in base level units. The floor of this annex
is tiled and there is a fully tiled bathroom.
The property has a private, walled garden
to the rear of the house.
This garden can be accessed either from the
side of the property or from the house itself. The garden has a paved
patio area as well as a dining area with built in barbecue underneath a
wooden gazebo. The gazebo already has mature climbing plants in place
providing shade for the summer.
There are a number of mature shrubs and
trees within the garden, including Cherry and Nespera. There is also an
area of grass which is all relatively flat. This grassy area has a large
well, which is used for irrigating the garden.