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5 bedroom villa with turret, terraces and garden in Aldeia de São João da Ribeira, between Rio Maior and Santarém, 80km from Lisbon, 3km from the A15 and 12km from the A1.
This villa with 238 sqm of private gross area and inserted in a plot of land with 2960 sqm, consists of three floors distributed as follows:
The ground floor has a hall, a winter room with lots of light, a living room with a fireplace, a dining room with an original hydraulic mosaic floor, a bathroom, a kitchen with a fireplace and a dining area and stairs to access to the top floor.
On the first floor there are five bedrooms (one with a balcony) and a bathroom.
On the second floor (tower) there is an office with a 360º view and a large storage room.
In the outdoor area there is a barbecue, a wood oven and a well.
– Land with 30 olive trees
– Barbecue grill
– Wood oven
– Garage for two cars with a storage area
– Annex with bedroom and bathroom
– Solar panel for hot water
– Solar exposure: East/West
– Built in 1937
Santarém, which had a population of 29,929 in 2012, is the capital of the Santarém district in the Ribatejo province.
It is the seat of a municipality covering 552.54 sq km with a population in 2011 of 61,752 spread over 18 parishes. The municipality is bounded to the north by the municipalities of Porto de Mós, Alcanena and Torres Novas, to the east by Golegã and Chamusca, to the south-east by Alpiarça and Almeirim, to the south by Cartaxo, to the south-west by Azambuja and to the west by Rio Maior.
Santarém is part of the Alentejo (NUTS II) statistical region and Lezíria do Tejo (NUTS III) subregion. However, it continues to be part of the Lisbon and Vale do Tejo Regional Development and Coordination Commission, which kept the designation of the former NUTS II with the same name. It still belongs to the old province of Ribatejo (of which it was the capital and most important urban centre); however, while nowadays it has no political-administrative significance it still retains a strong sense of identity.
Its heritage can still be enjoyed, including its many churches (São Nicolau, Misericórdia, Graça and Santo Agostinho, among others), the Sá da Bandeira Theatre, the Santarém Film Club, the Monumental Celestino Graça Bullring, the Santarém Amateur Forcados Group, and its museums (Anselmo Braamcamp Freire Library Museum, Santarém Railway Museum and the Santarém Municipal Museum).
Santarém is in the centre of the country and is the capital of the Ribatejo region. It has excellent road and rail connections. It is served by the country’s main railway line: the Northern line (double-track electrified line with many connections to Lisbon and elsewhere in the country).