The cottage, which is connected to mains water and electricity measures 78 square metres of living accommodation and has land measuring 2,160 square metres.
The cottage is set over one floor and has aluminium framed doors and windows. The cottage is in a habitable condition and has good open views across the countryside. In addition to the cottage there is a large outbuilding which has been used for storage purposes. The main entrance to the cottage leads directly into the living room, which has a tiled floor. The cottage has two kitchens, both of which have tiled floors and walls. One of the kitchens has some base level units with a stainless steel sink and drainer, whereas the other has a large, traditional style fireplace. The cottage has a dining area, which is accessed via an archway from one of the kitchens. There are two bedrooms, both of which have tiled floors and internal wooden shutters. There is a partially tiled bathroom with a shower, toilet, bidet and pedestal sink.
The large outbuilding is attached to the cottage and has been divided into several rooms which have been used for storage and making wine. This outbuilding has two floors and is accessible internally from the cottage's living room.
The property is situated in an elevated position above a quite road and has good, open views of the countryside. There are neighbouring properties in the vicinity, though not too close to impede privacy. The property has land measuring 2,160 square metres and the majority of this is flat with a variety of mature trees. The property has a well and a large, traditional drying circle, which is ideal for making a modern style patio area.
The property is situated on the edge of the village of Assentiz. There are several cafes and a mini-market within the village of Assentiz and the larger town of Torres Novas is approximately 15 kilometres away.
Torres Novas has supermarkets, shops, cafes bars, restaurants, a castle, swimming pool, health centre, schools and post offices as well as a historic centre with a medieval castle.
The historic town of Tomar, which is home to the UNESCO listed Convento do Cristo constructed by the Knight Templars, is approximately 12 kilometres from the land. Tomar has a variety of shops, supermarkets, builders' merchants, architects, schools and bus and train station.
The house is easy to access and to locate. It is approximately one and a quarter hours' from the closest airport, which is at Lisbon. Lisbon airport is accessed by several low cost airlines, which operate regular flights into and out of the United Kingdom.
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