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2003 ,built by deBeckers , the algarve ,portugal

by david haines
(algarve , portugal)

2 bedroom wooden bungalow , 8 years old in a small hamlet between algoz and alcantarilha. lounge , shower room , kitchen diner , large verandah with outstanding views over the monchique mountains . the plot in total is 9000 sq mtrs, mains electric , land line ,eco fosser , own borehole ,2000 sq mtr irrigated garden a further 7000 sq mtr of agricultral land , ideal self-suficiant , with fig , carrob , almond and olive trees.

wooden workshop with tools and machinery , store/studio carport ,the property is fenced and gated and entered off a tarmac road . the town of algoz is 4 min away it has a market , shops , schools , banks , buses , the train station is 5 min away as is the A22 motorway. 35 min to faro int airport . 10 min to the main algarve shopping centre , golf , green bowles ,clay pigeon shoot and many beautiful beaches , the plot is in the countryside yet not far from anywhere , a beautiful or cheaper to email . ..

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