Apartment T0 +1 with terrace, refurbished with semi-equipped kitchenette, Wc with Poliban, interior bedroom with flag window and pantry / wardrobe.
Building fully recovered without elevator.
Next to the Queluz Palace, next to the Felício Loureiro Urban Park, the EB/ES Padre Alberto Neto, the Belas Rugby Club, 500 meters from the Queluz – Belas train station and 400 metres from Pingo Doce with all road accesses (IC 19 and A9), commerce, services and public transport
Queluz is a Portuguese city belonging to the municipality of Sintra, in the district and metropolitan area of Lisbon (Portugal) and divided by two parishes (Massamá and Monte Abraão and part of Queluz and Belas).  In addition, the area of Caruncho (now Queluz de Baixo) is separated from the urban core of the city by a stream and the IC19 and Linha de Sintra.
The city of Queluz was created on July 24, 1997 through Law No. 88/97, and has an area of 7 km². Its resident population was 78,040 in 2004.  This makes Queluz one of the most populous cities in Portugal (the 11th) and the 4th city with the most population of the Lisbon Metropolitan Area.
Queluz is situated between the cities of Agualva-Cacém and Amadora, the village of Belas and the localities Queluz de Baixo and Tercena. It’s crossed by the Jamor River.
In the city lived individualities such as Ruy Belo, Stuart Carvalhais, General Spínola, Isaac Abravanel , singer Manuela Bravo and António José Enes.
The National Palace of Queluz is a National Monument and is within a Special Protection Zone. The palace is the 3rd most visited in Portugal and is open to the public every day (on Sundays and Public Holidays closes at 14:00)
The city also has several fountains and fountains, testimonies of the passage of various human occupations in the city: Carranca; Da Calçada da Bica da Costa; D. Carlos I; Bicas and Fountain Wallowing Massamá; Mousinho Fountain of Albuquerque; Bica do Anjo (Pendão); Titto Fountain; Masamá Fountain.
Until October 2009 one could see the house where the artist Stuart Carvalhais lived. The house was demolished by the owners.
In the Palace of Queluz (fourth “Don Quixote”), was born on 12/10/1798, Dom Pedro I (Brazil) / D. Pedro IV (Portugal). In the same Palace, and in the same room, Dom Pedro died on 24/09/1834, when he was close to 36 years of age.
The city of Queluz is served by road transport company VIMECA and Comboios de Portugal (CP) with three train stations: Queluz-Monte Abraão, Queluz-Belas and Massamá-Barcarena (three stations of the railway line connecting Lisbon to Sintra).