T2 Low Tub in need of modernization 2 bedroom apartment in Rua José Dias Coelho, Baixa da BanheiraIn need of modernizationKitchen with pantry Room with marquee3rd floor without elevatorQuiet area500m from Baixa da Banheira train station Area with trade, green areas, schoolsToo much potential as investment or home ownershipCheck your visit, Ref. BS062201Bank Financing:Habita is a partner of several financial entities enabling all its customers free simulations of Housing Credit.Location:Barreiro is a Portuguese city in the District of Setúbal, with an area of 36.39 km².It should be noted that the city of Barreiro has a strategic position 6 km from Baixa Alfacinha.Bathed by the Tagus River and supported by an important squeetstone-iron-river terminal, dista, by land, 20 km from the city of Lisbon (by The 25 de Abril Bridge ? 35 km by the Vasco da Gama Bridge) and about 35 km from Setúbal, district capital (by the A2).The Portuguese city of Barreiro originated in a “pobra” or riverside village, repopulated after the reconquest, under the aegis of the Knights of the Order of Santiago da Espada. The parish of Santa Cruz do Barreiro dates back to the 13th-14th centuries and was commenced by the Order of Santiago da Espada.Its villagers engaged in fishing activities and salt extraction. Land of fishermen and people of the countryside led dark life, even if it had been elevated to the village in 1521. In the roof of the Tagus River that enters the River Coina was Zebro Valley, where once of erecting ovens that made the biscuits that supported the ships that left Lisbon, towards India and Brazil.On the two banks of the stifers worked tidal mills that made the flour for the biscuits. The barns, ovens and mills survived until the 19th century.Since then Barreiro would become a “modern industrial and worker village”, completely transforming the old aspect of the village, both socially, economically, and urbanly, the Barreiro transfigurated. The urban network would grow beyond the boundaries of the municipality itself, to the neighboring Moita.The traces of this past are still today a mark of the city, through the Workshops of cp, the Working Neighborhoods, and especially the still present industrial-business park of Baia do Tejo (current name of the former CUF, QUIMIGAL and Quimiparque).Culture and Leisure:- Convent of the Mother of God of Verderena- Teatro-Cine Barreirense- Manueline Portal of the Hermitage of São Sebastião- Building of the Palaces of the Municipality of Barreiro- Barreiro’s Church of Mercy- Real Coina Glass Factory- Church of Our Lady of Grace of StrawsEducation:Barreiro has about a dozen primary and basic schools, in addition to five secondary schools.Sport:The Barreiro is considered as a sports city, where the spaces for the various sports are considerably varied. The city is very representative its biggest clubs, such as Futebol Clube Barreirense, Grupo Desportivo Fabril do Barreiro (formerly Quimigal and CUF) and Galitos Futebol Clube, whose history is found in the fields of national sport in the various modalities they represent.