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Reference 233611

Character 4 bedroom Villa for sale with countryside view in Vale Judeu, Loule, Algarve

1,600,000 EUR
1,376,000 GBP 1,712,000 USD
Delightful traditional villa set in over a hectare of land in area of Loule in an idyllic and very peaceful situation.

The spacious 400m2 property is bright and airy and full of charm and character, perfectly combining comfort and tranquility.

The interior includes 4 bedrooms, an office and 2 multifunctional rooms, it offers privacy, but also proximity to all amenities.

It really is the perfect family retreat - surrounded by nature, with a large terrace connecting the interiors with the beautiful exterior.

Vale Judeu is about 10 minutes away from the beach and 25 minutes from Faro International airport.


Water heater
Radiators
Pool
Garden
barbecue
Furnished
Towel Heater
Terrace
Storage room
Parking Space
Fireplace.

Features

Reference233611
Price1,600,000 EUR
Number of Bedrooms
Bedrooms
4
Number of Bathrooms
Bathrooms
4
Floor Space in Metres Squared
Floor Space
400.0m2
Land Size in Metres Squared
Land Area
1.1 Ha

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This Villa is located in Loule in Portugal

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1. Signing a Letter of Intent

On finding a property you wish to purchase, your agent will draw up a 'Letter of Intent, this will be signed by both parties, vendor and buyer. Copies of this will be given to the legal representatives of both parties and will be used in preparing the Promissory Contract. Included in this letter will be the price, what is included in the sale, furnishings etc. and any conditions of the sale plus the dates for both exchange and completion.

2. Exchange of Promissary Contract (Contrato Promessa de Compra e Venda)

The buyers lawyers are responsible for drawing up the promissory contract (Contrato Promessa de Compra e Venda) and as part of the process they will have carried out the legal searches and made sure that there are no charges, e.g. utilities, property tax etc. against the property. The contract will contain details of both parties and include clear title of ownership, when payments are due to be made, the completion date and an inventory, if required. The Promissory Contract is legally binding and will generally be signed by both parties and witnessed by a notary/lawyer. The contract will include penalty clauses in case either party does not fulfill the terms of the contract. A 10%, non-refundable deposit is required at this point, this will be paid to the vendor, through the lawyer's client account. Once the contract has been signed, if the vendor pulls out of the contract, they will be obliged to pay back double the deposit to the purchaser. If the purchaser pulls out, they will lose their deposit.

3. On Completion

The amount of time between signing the Promissary Contract and Completion will vary and will have been agreed in the contract. Before Completion your lawyer will need to arrange with a fiscal representative for you to obtain a Portuguese Fiscal Number. The official Deed of Transfer of ownership (the Escritura) will be signed by you (or someone representing you with your Power of Attorney), this is signed at the Notary and they will retain the document. The Deed will be read aloud by the Notary before all participants sign it. Your lawyer will need to check to ensure that you understand what is being said if you do not understand Portugese. The Escritura, once it has been signed, will officially give you ownership of the property, but will still need to be registered in your name on the Land Registry (Registo Predial) by your lawyer. Your lawyer should obtain a copy of this for your records. Once you have completed, the new utility contracts can be transferred into your name by your lawyer.