Property For Sale Santarem,Portugal

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4 bed Property for sale

Excellent 4 Bed House For Sale In Santarem Lisbon

$245,315 | £176,463 | €203,000
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ForSale SqFt Area 2Baths 4Beds
Excellent 4 Bed House For Sale In Santarem Lisbon Portugal

Esales Property ID: es5553525

Property Location

Rua Das Pedreiras, Almoster

Vivenda Ingelsa





Property Details

With its glorious natural scenery, excellent climate, welcoming culture and excellent standards of living, Portugal is quickly gaining a reputation as one of the most desirable places across the world to live or visit. On offer here is a chance to make a smart financial investment into this magnificent part of the world.

On offer is a four bedroom two bathroom house with kitchen/diner both lounges have log burners garage and car port pool with outside covered dining area field has working well and fruit trees. The house needs a little bit of work to bring it up to modern standards but when finished will make an excellent permanent residence or holiday home.

The Town of Santarem, Portugal is along the Camino Portugues and is a charming stop on your journey. Regardless of how much time you spend here, you should at the very least see the Portas do Sol. The view from the citadel over the Rio Tejo is one that is not to be missed! You could even take your morning pastry here to eat on your walk out of town, as the Camino brings you right up to the park!

Santarem is the lively capital of the Leziria do Tejo sub-region (Lisboa e Vale do Tejo region). Unlike the Alentejo, this district is formed by vast, green plains that stretch to the horizon, often flooded by the river Tagus. While horse and bull breeding are amongst some of the region's most proud traditions, Santarem is particularly famous for its bullfights and annual National Agricultural Fair.

Praca Barao da Batalha (Batalha's Baron Square)

This square is one of Abrantes' most popular spots and has become a favourite meeting point for visitors due to its dynamic commerce and constant liveliness - aspects that make this location one of the most attractive in the city.


Standing on a ridge above the River Tagus, the historic town of Santarem is one of the oldest and most intriguing places in the centre of Portugal. Known as Scallabis by the Romans, it was once one of the strongest fortresses in the country thanks to its prominent position overlooking the extensive Ribatejo plains.

For a long time, Santarem was a thriving royal residence and impressive tourneys would take place along the town's riverbanks. It was during one of these grand occasions that the 16-year-old royal prince Afonso, son of King Joao II and heir to the throne, was tragically killed when he fell from his horse in 1491.

Santarem has managed to preserve many traces of its original ramparts and the old town climbs up by narrow alleyways, staircases and elegant houses to the Portas do Sol, a veritable belvedere above a vast green and fertile landscape.

Today, Santarem is an important agricultural centre, popular for its annual ten-day fair at the beginning of June, as well as a large-scale gastronomy festival at the end of October.

There's much to see in Santarem, most notably the Seminary, once a Jesuit college. Standing on the site of the ancient royal palace, this magnificent building has endless corridors covered with azulejo panels depicting hunting scenes, idylls in the Watteau manner, naval battles and Eastern landscapes with turbaned figures.

The remains of the venerable Franciscan monastery are impressive and stand as one of the finest examples of the Portuguese architecture of the Burgundian period.

Among the town's churches are that of Marvila, with its attractive porch in the Manueline style and lovely 17th-century diamond-patterned azulejo tile panels, the Misericordia with its facade decorated with rock work and Sao Estevao (known as the Church of the Miracle) which features some very rare 16th-century azulejo tiles.

Built in the Gothic style, the 14th-century Graca Church has a spectacular rose window carved from a single stone. It also contains the tomb of Portuguese navigator Pedro Alvares Cabral, the first European to reach Brazil in 1500. He died in Santarem in 1520.

Founded by King Sancho in the 13th century, the convent church of Sao Francisco has a fine west door and a Gothic cloister.

The town's archaeological museum covers the Roman and Moorish periods of the city's history and includes the elaborate tomb of Duarte de Meneses, killed in an affray with the Moors in Morocco in 1464. The walls of the ancient Portas do Sol citadel afford an inspiring view of the surrounding Ribatejan landscape.

At Almoster, 10 km due west of Santarem, is the restored Bernardine convent of Santa Maria. Founded in 1289, it has a 14th-century carved wooden crucifix on a lateral altar and some exceptional late-17th century Baroque gold woodwork.


* 150m2 of living space

* 4 Bedrooms

* 2 Bathrooms

* Stunning Views

* Private Pool

* Private Garden

* Private Parking

* Massive potential in the rental market Airbnb and if redeveloped

* Close to essential amenities like such as supermarkets and pharmacies

* Close to many excellent bars and restaurants

* Great base from which to discover other fantastic areas of Portugal

* Many excellent facilities, walking and sports areas nearby

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