Semi-detached house composed of ground floor, 1st floor, attic and patio, swimming pool, garage, winter garden, porch and solar panels.
It has a total area of land with 389, with a private gross area of 217 m2 and 137 m2 of dependent gross area.
Housing is distributed by:
0 floor with two living rooms, equipped kitchen, winter garden, balconies and porch
1st floor with three bedrooms, a toilet and two large balconies with a view
Floor -1 with large lounge, bedroom, toilet, storage room and access to the garden and swimming pool.
Garage and solar panels, in excellent condition
Located in a quiet area, close to schools and hospitals, commerce, services and public transport.
Carnaxide is the oldest documented land in Portugal. It was a former parish of the municipality of Oeiras, with 6.63 km² of area.
It was elevated to the village on August 16, 1991.
It has for orago St. Romão.
It was extinguished (aggregated) by the administrative reorganization of 2012/2013, and its territory was integrated into the Union of Parishes of Carnaxide and Queijas.
Carnaxide is the third oldest parish in the country, being mentioned in official documentation for the first time in the fourteenth century, its origin dates back to the thirteenth century.
Its main economic activity has been in the presence of a large number of large companies such as EFACEC, Sumol or Mota-Engil, and in small business.
It shares with the neighboring municipality (parish of Alfragide, Amadora) one of the main shopping areas of Lisbon, with several shopping centers such as Alegro (shopping center), IKEA (the first in Portugal), Decathlon (also the first in Portugal), Makro, Norauto, Seaside Center, Media Markt, Moviflor, Continente, Jumbo, Tartaruga Imobiliária etc.
Until 2019, the head office of the television station SIC (Independent Communication Society) was also located.
Culture and Leisure:
– Aqueduct, Mine, Mother of Water, Fountain and Skylights
– Águas Livres Aqueduct, its aferentes and correlated (municipality of Oeiras: parish of Carnaxide)
– Church of St. Romão
– Lady of the Rock Sanctuary
– Mama’s Lighthouse