Oliveira de Azeméis



Ownership: For Sale
Type: House
Bedrooms: 3 BR
Bathrooms: 4
Area: 560M² (6027 sq ft)
Lot Size: 1967 M²


Price: €550,000
Paula Janardo
Real Estate Consultant
Carlos Alves
Area Manager for Porto and North of Portugal
Pedro Pina
Real Estate Consultant
Avenida da Liberdade 69, 4ºC, 1250-140 Lisbon


3 Bedroom House of 560 m2, inserted in a land with 1967 m2, located in a quiet neighborhood, only 5 minutes away from downtown Oliveira de Azeméis.

Three floors very well divided and with good areas.

  • On the first floor : - there is two bedrooms, sharing a bathroom, and one master en-suite with walk-in closet, enjoying a private and sunny balcony.
  • On ground floor : - an entirely open social area. The open living and dining rooms integrated into the kitchen, equipped with modern appliances, big island and with integrated pantry. Kitchen with direct access to the garden. And a toilet. - An office and a small inner garden - The open living and dinning rooms are divided only by a double fireplace , and both rooms have direct access to the garden (which has a barbecue and an above ground pool wood coated.
  • On the useful basement : - there is a Garage for two or three cars. One Laundry , one Gym, one Games room and a toilet.

This house is at the following distances from :

Porto International Airport - 62 km, 40 minutes by car

Porto - 50 km, 37 minutes by car

Aveiro - 21 km, 25 minutes by car

Lisbon - 277 km, 2h30m by car

Nearest beach - 20 km, 30 minutes by car

Therefore, we can say that it's in a prime location.

About Oliveira de Azeméis:

Is a Portuguese city located in the district of Aveiro and it is part of the Large Metropolitan area of Porto.

The city can be reached easily by a vast and modern network of roads and transportation.

About Aveiro:

Roaming through Aveiro is the same as diving in the waters of Center de Portugal. Known as the “Portuguese Venice”, the city is quietly dominated by the Ria de Aveiro, described by Saramago as “a living body that connects the land to the sea like a huge heart.”

Get on board in a moliceiro (the typical boat of Aveiro that makes the transportation of salt) and go along the canals of the lagoon which, just like water roads, lead you through the city. See the Art Nouveau houses which decorate the banks or discover their every detail by taking a guided walking tour organized by the City Museum. If you want to, you can also venture alone on a bike ride with BUGA, a public service in which you can use bikes borrowed by the municipality for free

You can also visit the Vista Alegre Factory, where the most international Portuguese porcelain is made.

It’s also possible to go down to Costa Nova and be charmed by this colorful piece of the Portuguese coast. This beach is different because of the wooden houses painted with stripes of white and bright colors which used to be haystacks and shelters for fishermen. Right next to it, at Barra beach, you will find the dominant and imposing Barra Light, the tallest lighthouse in Portugal.

Aveiro has always been linked to sea trade, fishing, and salt production.


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