The property is being totally refurbish with high quality materials with wood floors.
IN THE HEART OF CASCAIS
Cascais is a traditional and charming Portuguese fishing town, which is situated on the beautiful Lisbon coastline. Historically, Cascais was the summer retreat of the Portuguese nobility, and today the town is an elegant fusion of decorative 19th-century architecture and modern tourist facilities.
Cascais is a joy to explore as a day trip from Lisbon, and within the cobbled streets of the historic centre are lavish mansions, an imposing fort and fascinating museums.
Cascais is a stylish and sophisticated town, which has responsibly developed from a minor fishing port into a popular holiday destination. For your holiday, you will struggle to find a better location than Cascais; there are world-class hotels, family run restaurants and lively nightlife, all set within the traditional streets of the historic centre.
Cascais boasts a wide variety of cultural sights and enjoyable activities, while the beaches of the region are stunning. From Cascais there are many fascinating day trips, including; Lisbon, Sintra, Ericeira and Praia das Maçãs, all of which are easily accessible by public transport.
Cascais has hot dry summers, pleasant spring and autumns, and mild but possibly wet winters. The tourist season extends from Easter until October, and the peak season is July and August. Late spring and early autumn are our favourite time of the year to visit Cascais and the Lisbon coastline.
Lisbon is Portugal’s capital and the hub of a multifaceted area that appeals to different tastes and senses, just 1 hour away from Madrid, 2 hours from London and 3,5 hours from Berlin with easy access and low cost to all European capitals by plane, without frontiers barriers.
In a city that has been influenced by many different far-off cultures over time, there is still a village feel in each historic neighbourhood. Stroll through the Pombaline grid of streets in the Baixa district that opens on to the Tagus in Praça do Comércio, then follow the river to discover some of the city’s most beautiful parts: the monumental area of Belém with its World Heritage monuments, the mediaeval quarters and the latest contemporary leisure spaces, such as the Parque das Nações.
If you continue to the mouth of the river, you’ll understand why we say that Lisbon is the centre of a vast resort. Along the coastal road you’ll find beaches and beach resorts that combine villas and hotels from the beginning of the 20th century with marinas, terraces and excellent golf courses. Further along the coast you’ll come across world-renowned surfing beaches, but also the palaces scattered across the cultural landscape of Sintra, a World Heritage Site.
The wide variety of landscapes and heritage is always close by, whether to the north or south of the capital. With beaches, natural parks, cultural routes and accommodation for all tastes, it is hard to escape the Lisbon region on a visit to Portugal.
SHORT-TERM OR LONG-TERM RENTAL
A property can be profitable through temporary or long-term rental, depending on the time the landlord uses his property.
This is the starting point for maximizing income: for those who do not have the time, live far away or abroad or travel frequently, we can help identify the available periods of the property and manage their occupancy with temporary housing for tourists, workers or those that best fit in the profile of the property, creating memorable stays.
Based on location and guests capacity the property has a potential gross annual profitability of 3,5%