The cottage, which is set over one floor, is connected to both mains water and electricity and has been restored to a good level. The cottage measures 96 square metres of construction and has a garden measuring 520 square metres.
The cottage is fully double glazed with traditional style exterior shutters and stone window and door surrounds. The cottage is set on a quiet road, but has a private, fenced garden with a good variety of mature trees and shrubs and a borehole. The main entrance to the cottage is located at the rear and enters directly into the kitchen. The kitchen has a tiled floor and has fully tiled walls with a good selection of high quality built in base and eye level fitted units. The kitchen is equipped with an integrated oven, gas hob and extractor fan.
The living room is accessed off the kitchen, though it does have a traditional, double opening wooden exterior door, which leads out to the front of the cottage. The living room is spacious and has a wood laminate floor. There is a hallway off the living room, which also has a wood laminate floor and wooden ceiling with recessed down lighters. The hallway leads to the bedrooms and bathrooms. One of the bedrooms has a set of built in wall-to-wall wooden wardrobes with sliding doors. There are three bedrooms, all of which have wood laminate floors and traditional style wooden ceilings. The bathroom is fully tiled and has a bath with shower fitment above, toilet and vanity basin with storage cupboard beneath.
At the rear of the cottage there is a covered patio area, which is ideal for summer dining. There is a detached double garage, which measures an additional 54 square metres of construction, adjacent to the cottage. This garage is large and set over one floor. There are several storage rooms within the garage building, which have been converted into a laundry room, complete with plumbing for washing machine and sink.
The cottage has a gated driveway to the side, which leads to the rear of the cottage and there is ample parking for up to three vehicles. The garden is terraced with a variety of mature shrubs and trees including olive, apricot, orange, lemon and pomegranate. The property also has a borehole with a large water storage tank for irrigating the garden. The property has good countryside views from the garden, looking down over the town of Tomar.
The property is situated in the small village of Carril, which has several cafes and a small shop. The larger, historic town of Tomar, which is home to the UNESCO listed Convento do Cristo, is around 5-10 minutes drive from the property. Tomar has a variety of supermarkets, shops, restaurants, bowling alley, cinema, library, cafes, banks, schools and bus and train station.
Castelo do Bode lake, which is Portugal's second largest reservoir, is a short drive from the property and is popular for all kinds of water sport including swimming, canoeing, water skiing, scuba diving, sailing and fishing. The property is easy to access and has good links to the IC3 Tomar to Coimbra dual carriageway.
The closest airport to the property is located at Lisbon, which is around one and a quarter hours' by car. Lisbon airport is serviced by a variety of low cost airlines, which operate regular flights into and out of the United Kingdom and other European countries.
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