3-bedroom semi-detached house with terrace in Benfica 1186615132

3 Beds . 2 Baths . 108 Sqm

3-bedroom semi-detached house, situated in a quiet residential area of Benfica, with a very central location, close to Benfica Market, supermarkets, traditional shops, restaurants, schools, nurseries, sports facilities and green parks such as Mata de Benfica and Monsanto. With excellent access to the CRIL, 2nd ring road, A1, A2, A5 and A8, and very well served by public transport, with Benfica train station just a few minutes away and several buses to the centre of Lisbon. This fully renovated and equipped house is located on a 112 sq m plot, with 108 sq m of gross floor area and has two floors as follows: Ground floor with entrance hall (8 sq m), guest bathroom (3 sq m), lounge (35 sq m) with fireplace, with door to terrace, fully-fitted kitchen (12 sq m) open to lounge and terrace, laundry room, storage room. 1st floor with bedroom (15 sq m) with walk-in wardrobe (6 sq m), hallway to bedrooms (4 sq m), 2 bedrooms (14 and 11 sq m) with wardrobes, bathroom to support bedrooms (4.5 sq m) with shower. The outdoor area has a large terrace with barbecue where you can enjoy good times with family and friends. Features: – Fully refurbished property – Fireplace with heat recuperator – East/west-facing – Kitchen equipped with electric oven, microwave, induction hob, extractor fan, fridge and dishwasher – Air conditioning – PVC tilt-turn double-glazed windows – Electric shutters – Reinforced armoured front door – Video entry – Automatic gates Benfica is a parish of Lisbon that is home to about two-thirds of the great lung of the Portuguese capital, the Parque Florestal de Monsanto. Benfica began as a country village. In the 15th century, it was made a Lisbon judicial district with two private judges. Three brotherhoods also settled here at the same time: Nossa Senhora do Amparo, Santo António and São Sebastião. When the Lisbon judicial district was abolished in 1852, Benfica became part of the new municipality of Belém, and then in 1886 it was split off. The part outside the new Lisbon ring road became part of Oeiras (and now Amadora), while the part inside joined Lisbon, giving rise to the current parish. The city continued to grow, which is reflected in the increasing urbanisation of the parish. The population tripled from 17,843 to around 50,000 between the 1950s and the 1990s. The territory was divided again in 1959 with the creation of the São Domingos de Benfica parish. More recently, although there are more buildings, the resident population is shrinking because of ageing and the migration of the younger inhabitants to the periphery. -PROP-029876
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