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Local Guest House | 2 apts of 1 bedroom and 2 bedrooms, 8 single rooms, common areas | swimming pool | center of Grândola, 25 minutes from the Alentejo coast.
Perfect for investors looking for income, in an area in the middle of remodeling of tourist infrastructures, near the beaches of Melides, Aberta Nova, and Pego - Comporta
The project of the 'Casa da Malagueta' goes through the total rehabilitation of the existing structure, maintaining a perfect balance of tradition and history of the place with a contemporary and urban life. Classic lines and color games were thought to stimulate the sensations and memories of visitors, a mix of art and leisure for a city experience, near the countryside and the beach.
Under construction | Completion of the work scheduled for 4Q 2021.
The 'Casa da Malagueta' integrates perfectly with the policies and interests of the municipality in terms of development in the area of tourism by enhancing the high number of points of interest that the Grândola region has to offer, from the beach to the countryside, from culture to leisure. 1h15 from Lisbon and 25 minutes from the beaches of the Alentejo coast.
General Areas Board:
Total land area (Plot): 646.00 m² Implantation area: 416.0 m²
Gross Construction Area: 373.30 m²
Area Frame by Fraction: (Gross construction area, including exterior walls and partitions)
Common/Social Areas Swimming Pool: 131.05 m² Warehouse: 75.7 m²
- Apartment T² |76.56 m² Private Courtyard: 18.00 m²
- Apartment T1 | Apartment: 49.75 m²
- 8 Suites | Suite type: 23.55 m² | Private Courtyard: 17.52 m²
Grândola, Setúbal district. A village with medieval beginnings, with sectors linked to cork and mining, and which has moved from agriculture to industry today, and increasingly, is linked to other sectors of the economy, one of them, with a strong impact, tourism. It has increasingly been promoting one of its assets such as its demographic location, with the proximity to Troia and Comporta bathing areas, and the diversity and preservation of the natural landscape, on the long Vincentian coast that runs throughout the Alentejo.