Desirable and Stunning Location
Striking and Uninterupted Sea Views
Built to High Specification
Garage and parking for 3+ cars
Direct access to pool / garden from all bedrooms
Nature trails and scenic walks from the house
Very popular local restaurant within walking distance
Villa ‘Ceria’ is an individually designed creative blend of traditional and modern architecture.
Situated in one of the most desirable locations, in an area of natural beauty, on Portugal’s famous Silver Coast, the property offers spacious accommodation designed to make the most of it’s wonderful position overlooking Salgado beach (Praia do Salgado).
The villa sits on a 1080 square metre plot with 240square metres of accommodation over two floors.
The first floor offers very spacious yet welcoming modern open plan living with kitchen, lounge and dining areas of generous proportions, all situated in a striking vaulted ceiling space with central log burner and fantastic uninterrupted sea views. There is access to a large verandah from the dining area.
The lower floor has a large master bedroom with separate dressing room and two further good sized bedrooms. There is also a second lounge area on this floor. All three bedrooms have uninterrupted sea views and the benefit of direct access to the mature, private, landscaped garden with heated swimming pool (10 X 4.5M) and barbecue area.
The villa has pre-installation of underfloor heating, an air source heat pump providing heating for the pool and connections to mains water, electricity and telephone/internet.
The villa is in a quiet small community and area of natural beauty with nature walks direct from the front door but benefitting from a very popular local restaurant and bakery within walking distance.
Situated between Nazare (a traditional and historic fishing town and popular resort) and Sao Martinho do Porto (a beautiful horseshoe bay), there are plenty of options for bathing, good dining, shopping and sports (including fishing / golf / water sports).
The traditional towns of Alcobaca (with it’s Unesco world heritage monastery) and Caldas da Rainha are also close by inland.
Most towns still have a daily market selling local produce if you prefer to source local goods rather than use the supermarkets.