Traditional Portuguese architecture single storey villa overlooking Obidos Castle.
It has 4 bedrooms (1 en suite), 3 bathrooms, 43m2 living room with fireplace, utility room, kitchen and a balcony
Outside there are patios in Portuguese cobblestone, gardens with automatic irrigation and several trees and also a two car garage.
The property has a total of 7,000m2 but is divided into two plots. The plot where the house is located has about 4,000m2, fully walled and there is a separate plot of land with about 3,000m2.
Good location close to the centre of Óbidos and all services (only 3 minutes by car). With quick access to the A8 motorway (2Km away) and just 45 minutes from Lisbon airport.
It is only 15/20 minutes from the golf courses and beaches of Peniche, Baleal and Foz do Arelho.
Perched on a hill, Obidos is one of Portugal’s picturesque gems. Narrow cobbled streets, lined typically with whitewashed, bougainvillaea-draped houses, wind up to the walled interior; the name Obidos stems from the Latin for citadel.
Although inland, nearby is the large lagoon Lagoa de Obidos where you can swim, sunbathe or even hire windsurfing equipment. Obidos is located about 80 km north of Lisbon and just a short drive from Caldas da Rainha and Peniche.
An all-year-round programme of events makes Obidos a small but lively town. The most popular are the International Chocolate Festival, the Medieval Market and Christmas, when the town is filled with seasonal decorations. Also of note are the Harpsichord and Baroque Classical Music Seasons and the Opera Festival, which lend a special feel to Obidos, with open-air concerts on warm Summer evenings.
Not far away, is the long stretch of sand of the El Rey Beach, where golfers can revel in a golf course with a view over the Atlantic Ocean. Beyond Caldas da Rainha, whose history is also linked to Casa das Rainhas, you will find the beach of Foz do Arelho, which links the Obidos Lagoon to the sea. This is a wonderful spot for a seafood or fresh fish lunch or for a late afternoon by the sea watching the sunset.
Broadband is widely available in Portugal and is known as 'banda larga'. It is considered to function better than broadband services in the UK due to the fact that Portugal was one of the last countries to embrace broadband technology and thus has a system with newer design and technology. There are several service providers offering ADSL, fibre and wireless services in Portugal to the residential and the professional markets.
Build size: 183 square metres
Plot size: 7,000 square metres
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The Silver Coast is located under an hour's drive north from the country's capital, Lisbon.
It remains one of the country's most beautiful regions offering a wealth of charming coastal towns and villages across a breath taking coastline that runs approximately 150 Km up towards the fishing town of Nazare.
An authentic slice of Portugal that has remained traditional, visitors and settlers arrive on the Silver Coast in search of the 'real Portugal'.
Flying into Lisbon from the UK will take around 2.5 hours then it's a pleasant drive (less than an hour) to the Silver Coast.
If driving isn't an option, there is a good hourly bus service from Sete Rios station or you could hop a taxi.
The silver coast offers a combination of both the Mediterranean and Atlantic climate, this means that winters in the Silver Coast are mild and summers are dry and hot.
Winters see an average temperature of 17°C, while summers offer a comfortable 27°C day time average.
Either way, you can expect to enjoy almost 275 days of sun shine each year.
Obidos - A picturesque gem on the Silver Coast. The white washed houses and cobble stoned streets will take you back in time and provide the perfect setting for a leisurely walk admiring Obidos.
Each year Obidos' castle grounds play host to several events including the Chocolate Festival, Medieval Fair, Opera Festival and Christmas Village.
Foz do Arelho – The point where Obidos Lagoon encounters the Atlantic Ocean. The beach here is a natural wonder and on one side offers the crystal blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean and to the other, picturesque, tranquil waters of the Obidos Lagoon.
The Lagoon is ideal for kids and a variety of water sports, they are even said to have therapeutic properties.
Alcobaca - Explore the stunning architecture of the monastery founded in 1153 by the first Portuguese King- Afonso Henriques, another of the seven wonders of this amazing country.
As well as offering a flavour of real Portugal, property prices on the Silver Coast are typically up to 30 percent lower than in the Algarve.
If you want to immerse yourself in authentic Portugal, the Silver Coast offers quaint towns and villages where people actually speak Portuguese rather than English.
There are properties to suit most budgets ranging from large country homes and contemporary villas, good size family villas with swimming pools to small holiday homes and apartments. As well as properties, plots of land for development are available across the Silver Coast.
Some of the most popular locations to buy property on the Silver Coast include Foz do Arelho, Sao Martinho do Porto and Nadadouro, Obidos and Nazare.