Apartment of 5 rooms in duplex, in the historic center of Torres Vedras and debuting with 3 parking spaces. Hall with wardrobe, common room, 1 office, 1 social toilet, equipped kitchen and terrace, on the upper floor, 1 suite, 2 bedrooms with wardrobe, 1 bathroom.
We are facing a building with unique features, an architecture that portrays and preserves the original façade but, with the inclusion of a whole new module of modern and contemporary design.
Having the Castle as a frame from Alma to West.
Torres Vedras is the headquarters of the most extensive municipality in the District of Lisbon, with 407.15 km² of area, and 79,465 inhabitants subdivided into 13 parishes. The municipality is bordered to the north by the municipality of Lourinhã, to the northeast by Cadaval, to the east by Alenquer, to the south by Sobral de Monte Agraço and Mafra and to the west by the Atlantic Ocean. Torres Vedras was elevated to the city category on February 3, 1979. It is about 41 km northwest of Lisbon.
The business fabric of the municipality of Torres Vedras consists of about 10,000 companies, of which 27.7% take the form of society.
The 20 kilometers of coast also make the municipality a reference tourist spot.
In 2011, the workforce in the County was 38,768 individuals, which translated an activity rate of 48.8%
The city and the municipality are served by the West Line, with several daily trains to and from Lisbon-Santa Apolónia and Mira-Sintra-Meleças.
Agricultural activity, the agri-food and metallurgical industry and retail trade play a major role..
Torres Vedras, is also one of the municipalities with the largest wine tradition in the country, namely in red, white and rosé wines. Being considered in 2018, together with Alenquer, European Wine City.
The town of Torres Vedras is served by the A8 motorway, the main link in the Western region and leiria district. A trip to Torres Vedras from Lisbon or Loures has as toll 2,45€ (departure in Torres Vedras Sul) or 3€ (departure in Torres Vedras Norte). The journey takes on average 35 minutes. By national road are still possible connections to numerous points, such as Vila Franca, Loures, Lisbon (55 minutes of travel), Mafra, Sintra, Lourinhã, Bombarral, Óbidos, among others.
The primitive human occupation of its site dates back to the Roman Invasion of the Iberian Peninsula, as demonstrated by several archaeological testimonies, such as tombstones, coins and other artifacts, currently in the Municipal Museum, as well as the analysis of mortar in the masonry of one of the castle's cisterns. Although Pinho Leal reassembles the primitive fortification of Torres Vedras to the Goths or the Alanos (Ancient and Modern Portugal), it will have been the Muslims who will have rebuilt it.