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Plot of land with licence for urban construction, in Madalena, Paredes. This plot is in a quiet area, 5 minutes’ drive from Porto with quick access to the motorway.
This 610 sq m plot has a total construction area of 360 sq m, with a building footprint of 120 sq m and a gross dependent area of 120 sq m.
According to the plan, there is the possibility to build a detached 2-storey house.
Voted “Best city break destination in Europe” at the 2020 World Travel Awards, the city of Oporto was also given the top spot by Monocle’s Small Cities Index 2021. Business-friendly and export-oriented in its essence, its people are internationally minded. Deemed one of Europe’s fastest growing tech hubs, Oporto is also the country’s industrial hub. The capital of the North was voted 2nd most exciting city to live in by Time Out, having undergone a game-changing rehabilitation, restoring its medieval architecture and investing in its cultural institutions. Oporto’s Douro river is central to the city’s past, present and future. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Douro river is flanked by some of the world’s most celebrated wines and beautiful vineyards.
Boasting 943km of coastline and architecture reflective of its rich history, Portugal was voted ‘Best Destination in Europe’ at the 2020 World Travel Awards for the 4th consecutive year. The Portuguese enjoy over 300 days of sunshine a year, an unrivalled quality of life, and Europe’s wildest beaches. Portugal ranks as the 3rd safest country in the world with the 4th most powerful passport in Europe. The nation with the oldest borders in Europe is also at the forefront of innovation, dubbed a European tech hub, ranking 2nd in Europe for the quality of its skilled labour. The westernmost country in Europe, famous for its wines and cuisine, arts and culture that span centuries and continents, influenced and inspired by ties with times past.