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This is a detached village house that is largely built of, as evidenced by the beautiful thick walls. The slate is particularly visible on the lower floor and shows how skillfully the walls have been built. The house us habitable but doesn´t meet the current living standards anymore. It offers an interesting basis for restoration. People who like DIY, they can do the restoration themselves without having to go through bureaucratic processes (provided the structure is not changed). The house has a registered footprint of 112 m² and a registered living area of 65 m². The living area is on the first floor and consists of a simple kitchen, two bedrooms, two living rooms, a bathroom and an office and a storage room where there is also a staircase to the lower floor. Another staircase leads to the attic with two more simple rooms and access to a roof terrace.
How are the facilities?
The house is connected to mains water and electricity. Fiber optic is up to the village. For drainage there is a septic tank in a nearby property of the actual owners.
At the front and side of the house is a modest garden of approximately 80m² with a persimmon and an orange tree and grapevines. From the house is a beautiful view of the mountains of the Serra de Açor.
Where is it?
The house is located in a small hamlet of Casal de Eira, which is subject to the municipality of Casarias. The accessibility is good via a paved road. In Casarias is a cafe that also sells some foodstuffs and gas bottles. It is about 25 kilometers from Arganil and Oliveira do Hospital. In these small provincial towns the main facilities are available such as restaurants, shops, supermarkets, post office, banks, medical practice, schools, library and weekly market. The larger city of Coimbra is about 80 km away.