Casa de Praia Fluvial – PD0196
Casa de Praia Fluvial
Located in a lively village community, near to the market town of Gois, Casa de Praia Fluvial is the
kind of place which seldom comes on to the open market – a terrace of 3 houses, with river view and
a substantial plot to the rear, each dwelling having its own entrance, water and power supply.
In need of full renovation – something reflected in the realistic asking price – the building has a total
footprint of 217m2, current accommodation consisting of 11 rooms, including 2 kitchens and 2
bathrooms, making up a habitable area of 434m2 over 2 floors; the adjoining land runs to just under
half an acre (1970m2/.2 hectares).
In a region being actively promoted for rural tourism this package has the makings of a first class
investment property, maybe restored to separate self-catering apartments, or, converted to a single
residence offering B&B – worth noting that you’re a moments’ walk from a river beach.
Alternatively; it would make a stunning family home, everything needed for full time relocation is to
be found within a sensible radius.
Whatever the reason for purchase, the setting is spectacular. The Ceira Valley, its wooded hillsides
peppered with tiny villages is unspoiled and very beautiful, ideal for walking and biking. If you seek
peace and quiet, you have it. If you want more there is history and culture, local cafes and some very
good restaurants; lots goes on, particularly during the summer months, various events, sporting,
traditional, musical. Transport networks to the major cities are good. Coimbra (with its main line rail
station) is just over 30 minutes by car; the airports of Porto and Lisbon are both reached within 3
hours; the Atlantic Coast, with its pristine beaches and great surfing is 90 minutes away.
If you are looking for a re-build project, this sale presents serious potential.
Services: Water, electricity, fossa.
Asking Price: 65,000 euros.
In front of the house runs a river, with a very recent constructed river beach made by the council and you can take a look on this video:
Services: Mains Water and electricity, sewage