Beautiful Sobrados on Fogo Island
The two-story Sobrados, used as a guesthouse, is a mansion from the Portuguese colonial period and an architectural landmark of the place. It was gutted and extensively restored in 2001, but its historic appearance and character have been fully preserved. In ...
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|Gesamtgebiet(CPV) Cape Verde
|~ 244.359,00 £
|~ 315.267,00 $
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... the historic center of town, on the forecourt of the Catholic Church, this historic Sobrados was one of the most beautiful houses on the island. It has an area of about 400 mÂ² and is located between the church square and a small street. There is also the second access to the property, a driveway secured with an iron gate. The courtyard is characterized by flower beds and some old trees. The first floor includes two 2-room apartments each with bathroom, a covered terrace and 2 kitchens or utility rooms. In addition, a garden house is attached here, consisting of a room with shower bath and toilet. The upper floor is accessed via a roof terrace that runs around three sides. There is a 1-room apartment with bathroom and pantry-kitchen and a spacious 2-room apartment with a high-quality fitted kitchen. From here you have a view to the west and south to the Atlantic Ocean and the neighboring island Brava. All apartments are equipped with a hot water heater The building is connected to the public water supply. All drinking water and sewage pipes have been newly installed in 2001. The building is connected to the public electricity network. The entire electrical system has also been newly installed in 2001. The ownership is clear. The property has only one owner and is registered at the district administration and at the cadastral office. Location : Fogo Island, Cape Verde Beautiful Sobrados on Fogo Islandmore... 8220 SÃ£o Filipe, on the island of Fogo, between the church square and a small street