Apartment T2 sea view, Alto da Castelhana Cascais.
Apartment located in a quiet place, with easy parking, huge brightness, sea view, as well as high quality finishes and excellent taste. Inserted in a quiet building, it is a 2nd floor without elevator and it benefited from a total intervention in terms of plumbing and electrical part, as well as the replacement of all the floor, coverings and windows by PVC at double glazing. The gas has been removed and all operation is electric. Kitchen with ceramic hob, oven, extractor, heaters, fridge and dishwasher. It is located in one of the most sought after areas for rentals and therefore an excellent investment deal, as well as for those who want to live in a modern apartment and 10 minutes walk from the center of Cascais, 1 km from the beach, 1.5 km from the train station and a hospital and 40 km from Lisbon international airport. It also has a bus stop 50 meters away and all kinds of services nearby (Supermarket, pharmacy, fruit, butcher, primary school, cafe etc.) Alcabideche was inhabited by several peoples, origins and Iberian cultures, Roman and Arabic. After the Romans, the presence of Arab civilization was particularly remarkable. According to some toponymists, Alcabideche comes from an Arabic word, al-qabdaq, which means source of water, which attributes to it the existence of two large sources of this locality. Activities are varied in this village with its particular geography, with the sea on one side and the mountains on the other, there is a lot to do. One of the possibilities is biking on a cycle path that extends to Guincho. Surfing, diving or sailing are almost compulsory experiences. Horse riding and, of course, golf are part of the land activities. And if the outdoors is not attractive enough, there is always the fascination of gambling at the historic Estoril Casino. The parish of Alcabideche has 5 public schools, between primary and secondary schools in addition to these public institutions, there are also private reference institutions (Salesianos de Manique). Another benchmark in education in Portugal is the higher school of Alcoitao. It was founded on June 4, 1966 as the School of Readaptation, and it was not until 1994 that it became known by its current name.