Property DescriptionYou can visit this villa in a unique building with 3 floors
1st floor: Garage and storage room with tiled floor
2nd floor: Living room with fireplace, kitchen and bathroom all with mosaic floors
Floor 3: 3 bedrooms, (2 with wardrobe), with parquet flooring and bathroom
The house has pre installation for central heating.
The whole house is in very good condition
The municipality of Bombarral is inserted in a fertile agricultural region, the result of the work of the monks of Alcobaça, of pear trees, of colonists and farmers and of nature itself.
It consists of four parishes (Union of Parishes of Bombarral and Vale Covo, Parishes of Carvalhal, Pó and Roliça), has approximately 91.7 km2 and 13,324 inhabitants. It has a privileged geographical situation, is located in the extreme south of the District of Leiria, in the center of the Western Tourism Region, 75 km from Lisbon and 20 km from the Atlantic Ocean. It is flanked to the north by the village of Óbidos and the city of Caldas da Rainha, to the west by the municipalities of Lourinhã and Peniche, to the south by the city of Torres Vedras and to the east by the neighboring village, Cadaval.
Currently, the A8 is its major communication channel.
In terms of history, although the birth of the municipality of Bombarral dates back only to 29 June 1914, there are traces of human fixation here since the dawn of prehistory: Gruta Nova, Lapa do Suão, the Neolithic fortification of Columbeira and Castro de São Mamede are good examples of this.
With the formation of Portugal and donated by D. Afonso Henriques, in 1153 its land came to belong to the Cistercian monks. Later, several kings of Portugal passed by and stayed here and also D. João I de Castela. D. João I of Portugal was here, before the battle of Aljubarrota, accompanied by his Mantieiro-mor, Luís Henriques, in the house of the coutada, later the palace and today the City Hall.
On August 17, 1808, his solo was the stage of the struggle for independence with the famous Battle of Roliça, in which the Anglo-Portuguese army, commanded by General Wellesley, future Duke of Wellington, was declared the winner.
In this way, Bombarral cannot dissociate itself from the formation of the nation and its struggle for independence and liberation.
- Living Space 104 m2
- Lot Size 104 m2
- Furnished No
- Garage Yes
- Central Heating Yes
- Air Conditioning No
- Garden Yes
- Pool No