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The Encosta do Sol

The Encosta do Sol Urbanization is located at the gates of Lagos, at Chinicato village, and consists of 245 plots.

 

The topography of the land constitutes a hillside facing south and west with magnificent views over the city of Lagos.

 

The northern area of ​​the urbanization will mostly consist of townhouses, while the southern area will be occupied by detached and semi-detached houses and one plot for 16 three bedroom houses.

T2/T3

Regarding the feasibility of construction, 2 floors plus basement will be allowed in all plots and the houses are divided into T3 and T4. The construction areas start at 130m2 for semi-detached or terraced houses and end at 220m2 for the most generous plots of land that will allow the construction of detached single family houses.

 

The Urbanization will have a generous area of ​​green spaces with 18,134 m2 and 21,745 m2 for leisure and collective use.

The Encosta do Sol

Urbanization Encosta do Sol is 3 km from the city center of Lagos, in the Algarve, in the south of Portugal.

 

It is known as the walled old town and for its golden sand beaches. It is also known worldwide for the time of discoveries because it was here that Infante D. Henrique left in search of new worlds and Gil Eanes was born here. In 1573 it was elevated to city by D. Sebastião and became the capital of the Algarve.

 

Glory times were living however with the 1755 earthquake the city was destroyed bringing misery. But always focused and supported by the Sea it recovers, and today it is one of the most beautiful cities in Portugal and with the greatest demand for holiday and residential tourism.

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Contacts

@:vendas@urbanipera.pt

Tlm: +351 913 260 234
Tel: +351 282 310 600