PD0124 – Casa do Sótão

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House with large storage space, located in a rustic and traditional village of Góis municipality. Inside the house were still kept ceilings and wooden floors, painted white, varying the color of the walls along the extensive home. Its footprint area is around 1290 sqft, with two floors, crossed by corridors on both. The divisions are also in wood, with a kitchen, dining room and living room on the top floor, large sliding windows and a door to some exterior stairs. There is also on this floor a staircase connecting the attic, which has a door to the main street, yet connected to another area already with the concrete floor, as the corridor and kitchen. The last division is spacious, with two large sliding windows allowing pleasant views of the valley and mountains, with a door for an outside stairs. On this floor there are also stairs that lead us to a large attic with a window and a door to the main street.

Returning to the initial entry hallway, a staircase connects also the upper to the lower floor in to a covered patio overlooking a small yard, and we have two rooms, a large and a smaller other due to the passage of a connecting corridor, a small storage room in the stairwell and continuing the hall, a room in the background and a firewood storage. The room also has a door to a street below. The house needs paint and some minor repairs, but is livable with the essential.

Services: mains water and electricity, septic tank

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  • Property Type: Available 
  • Price: 26000 
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  • House Area (m2): 120 
  • Habitable Area (m2): 200 
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  • Building Plots: No 
  • Xisto Ruins: No 
  • Mountain Tops: No 
  • Valleys: No 
  • Riverside: No 
  • Farms: No 
  • Eco Projects: No 
  • Renovation Projects: Yes 
  • Habitable: Yes 
  • Renovated Houses: No 
  • New Property: No 
  • Business: No 
  • Rentals: No