This house is single storey, traditionally built with a red tiled roof (with insulation). The walls are stone and are very thick (60cms), all windows are double glazed but look traditional. The doors are new and all electrics, plumbing etc is modern.
Living room: 3.79 x 2.94m: 11.14m2
Front room: 2.99 x 5.22m: 15.50m2
Bathroom: 3.76 x 1.63m: 6.12m2
Bedroom 1: 2.58 x 3.05m: 9.95m2
Bedroom 2: 4.40 x 3.57m: 15.72m2
Hall/Corridoor 1.17 x 1.75m: 2.03m2
En suite: 1.93 x 1.73m: 3.40m2
Kitchen: 2.60 x 5.43m: 14.11m2
Hall: 1.06 x 3.65m: 3.86m2
Garage: 5.50 x 6.15m: 33.82m2
Workshop 3.17 x 6.22m 19.71m2
Office: 3.63 x 3.31m: 12.01m2
Garden 131 x 12m: 2,273m2
The bathroom and shower room are completely tiled (walls and floor) as is the kitchen. The remaining floors are wood laminate.
The kitchen has a gas cooker and an automatic Bosch washing machine. It may also be possible to leave other furniture as well.
The living room has a wood burning stove.
The water is heated by bottled gas and the cooker is gas as well. The water is connected to mains water, but there is also a well in the garden with an electric pump.
British television is available by satellite and broadband and telephone are also connected.
The outbuilding/workroom/office is a mixture of existing building and new. The roof is an insulated metal roof so it is never too hot or cold. The floor is painted concrete, and there are 3 windows, one door and an up and over garage door. There are 10 electric sockets in the outbuilding. strip lights, one toilet with a wash hand basin, and a sink in the workroom part with a draining board.
The current owners have an industrial license to make natural soap in this building. The natural soap business can be included in the sale if desired for the evaluated price at the time.
The property is 5 minutes from the sea and just under an hour to Lisbon and Cascais. The village is called Coutada and is near Torres Vedras and has 2 little shops, 2 cafes and a bar (very rural).