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2 An Goirtin, Cul Ard, Carrigtwohill
Spain - 14
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Portugal - 5
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2 Bed AlgarveFully Furnished to high standard2 parking spaces includedLow density development, Tavira
Price:€165,400
Location:Portugal
Size:74.45
Nearest Airport:Faro
Bedrooms:2

 
Located in picture perfect Tavira, in the eastern Algarve, the Colinas da Boavista development is a private complex built
alongside the river Gilão, offering lovely city views. With its traditional winding streets, beautiful churches and peaceful 
atmosphere, it is hard not to be charmed by Tavira. 
 Leisure facilities are close at hand, with the Benamor and Monte da Ria golf courses, as well as golden sandy 
beaches just a mere five minutes away by car. Transport links are also excellent– Faro Airport is just a 25 minute drive 
away and there is a direct link to the motorway serving the entire south coast and Lisbon. Add to all of this the growing 
investment in the area, and it’s clear to see why Tavira is fast becoming one of the most sought after property locations in the Algarve.
 Respecting the natural beauty of the environment, Colinas da Boavista is a low density development that offers superior quality 
apartments and villas. The complex comprises 42 standard apartments with two and three bedrooms, benefiting from attractive 
communal gardens and swimming pool. There are also 30 deluxe apartments divided into 10 blocks of three apartments, each 
with private pool, as well as eight, three and four-bedroom villas.
 All apartments are finished to a superior standard and are offered with Italian designed kitchens, wood flooring, electric shutters, 
double glazing and fireplace, to name just some of the features. Deluxe apartments offer a jacuzzi in the main bathroom, kitchen 
appliances such as dishwasher, fridge-freezer and washing machine and many other extras. 

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