3 bed Apartment for sale in Tomar

€ 180,000

Built on a high point in the city of Tomar, overlooking a green area and the castle and Convent of Christ, this 3+1 bedroom apartment with garage stands out in the built landscape.The apartment is structured with a clear separation between the social area and the more private area of the house.At the entrance level there is the living room, with fireplace, and the kitchen with balcony and view of the castle, also having the particularity of being very functional.In the salt we also find a spiral staircase that leads to a bedroom and a full bathroom on the upper floor.On this floor there is also an independent entrance that allows this area all the privacy and independence from the rest of the house.Highlighting its location in the historic area of Tomar where you can do your daily life walking without the need to use any type of vehicle.The existence of a garage is an asset in this location.The luminosity is in itself the ex-libris of this apartment that is flooded with natural light all day long, giving this place an indescribable peace.Come and visit, let yourself be involved by the history and the surrounding greenery.[The information provided is for informational purposes only, non-binding, and does not dispense with the consultation of the mediator.]Some notes about Tomar:Located just 10 minutes away, the Castelo do Bode dam retains water from the Zzere River within the limits of the municipality of Tomar and allows the practice of leisure activities and water sports, such as water skiing, wakeboarding, sailing, rowing, canoeing, windsurfing, kayaking, fishing and swimming. With more than 60 km in length, the Castelo do Bode Reservoir is the second largest river basin in the country.The city has several historical monuments, including the Convent of Christ, declared a World Heritage Site, the Church of St. John the Baptist, the Church of Santa Maria dos Olivais (where the remains of Gualdim Pais, master Templar and founder of the city, are located.)As well as the Chapel of Nossa Senhora da Conceio - being built with the function of a royal pantheon. You can also count on the Convent of So Francisco, which has a Mannerist chapel and the Convent of Santa Iria, finally, the Chapel of So Gregrio, which has a circular architectural structure.Founded by D. Gualdim Pais in 1160, Tomar was the headquarters of the Orders of the Temple and of Christ and had in Prince Henry the Navigator one of those responsible for its growth.In 1983, UNESCO recognized the Templar Castle - Convent of Christ as a World Heritage Site and in the early 1990s the first steps were taken towards the recovery and consolidation of the Historic Center.The plan of the medieval city (historic area) is organized orthogonally in a layout attributed to Prince Henry the Navigator. The centre, where the Town Hall and the Mother Church are located, is Praa da Repblica, from which the main public and religious buildings radiate: to the south, the Synagogue, the old Misericrdia Hospital, the Convent of S. Francisco and the old Rossio da Vila; to the north, the chapels of S. Gregrio and Senhora da Piedade and the old Convent of Anunciada; to the west, the Castle Hill, the Chapel of Nossa Senhora da Conceio and the Convent of Christ; to the east, the medieval bridge, the old mills and mills of the village, the Convent of Santa Iria, the exit to the Church of Santa Maria do Olival.