4 bedroom villa for sale
Portugal - Madeira, Ponta Sol
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- Sea views
- Guest house
From the substantial entrance hall is a large well appointed living room with stone fireplace, recessed lighting and solid oak flooring. With views to the gardens and pool area the room is bright and tastefully decorated.
The kitchen and dining area is open plan. The oak fitted kitchen comes with all appliances including large American style fridge freezer, dishwasher, microwave and regular oven as well as a separate laundry area with washing machine and dryer. Tiled worktops and floor leading to the dining area with oak floor and French doors to the outside terrace and pool area.
Also on this floor is a Toilet with sink and bidet.
The first floor comprises of three well appointed bedrooms and two bathrooms, one bathroom is ensuite. The Main bathroom is large with Jacuzzi bath and separate shower.
Both main bedrooms have French doors leading to a superb large balcony area, private and sea facing.
The garden is centred around the beautiful infinity swimming pool with separate Jacuzzi. The rest of the garden is landscaped and includes substantial grassed areas as well as paved areas around the pool and house.
The large terrace area is perfect for entertaining or just relaxing and watching the sun disappear over the ocean in the evenings.
This super separate guest house offers separate accommodation for guests, complete with its own downstairs kitchen/dining area and a bathroom with shower. Also included access from the dining area to a private terrace.
There is secure shaded parking with automatic gates and intercom system.
The gardens have numerous attractive shrubs and trees including fruit trees.
About Ponto do Sol:
Nestling within a high ravine, the small village of Ponta do Sol is situated on the south coast of Madeira, this delightfully unspoilt village was blessed with glorious ocean views and more hours of sunshine than anywhere else on island which gives the village it's name. A palm lined promenade fringes the pebbly beach, whilst traditional red-roofed , whitewashed buildings nestle at the foot of craggy mountains, overlooking the sea.
Ponta do Sol highlights:
- Known as the best climate in Madeira
- 500 years old traditional village
- Relaxing and charming village unaffected by tourism
- Friendly locals
- Contrast scenery – with the rocky coast over the ocean, the terrace hills filled with banana plantations and the subtropical mountains
- Explore and discover the “real Madeira”
- Numerous levada-walking possibilities
- Surf beaches in the area
- Most famous banana and sugar cane plantations
- Pebbly beach
- Known for superb sunrise and the sunset
- From Airport: 40 minutes
- From Funchal: 25 minutes
- From Ribeira Brava Village: 5 minutes
The Madeira Archipelago is situated between latitude 32º22’20" and 33º7’50" with its longitude between 16º16’30W and 17º16’38"W. The island of Madeira has a surface area of 459 square miles (741 km2), (35 miles long and 13 miles wide). The island is 310 miles from the African coast and 620 miles from the European continent, which is the equivalent of a 1 hour 30 minute flight from Lisbon. The archipelago, discovered by the Portuguese in 1418, is made up of the islands of Madeira, Porto Santo and the uninhabited islands of Selvagens and Desertas.
These islands, because of their privileged geographical position and mountainous relief, have a surprisingly mild climate. Very mild average temperatures, 22ºC in the summer and 16ºC in the winter, and a moderate level of humidity, confer upon these islands exceptional subtropical features. The seawater temperature is also very mild, because of the influence of the warm Gulf current, presenting averages of 22ºC in the summer and 18º in the winter.
One can reach the islands of Madeira and Porto Santo by air or sea. There are two airports: Madeira International Airport - on Madeira, and Porto Santo Airport, on the island of Porto Santo. Because the ports of Funchal and Porto Santo are often visited by cruising ships, they serve as gateways to the islands, as well as departure points to other destinations. Connections between the islands are either by air or ferryboats, which also transport cars. Surface transport on the islands is trouble-free thanks to the modern road structure, which has been significantly improved in recent years. Practically all points of these islands are served by a good road and transport network.
- Funchal (International), 13.7 miles
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