EXCLUSIVE!Set of 5 townhouses, typology T4, inserted in condominium in the quiet Village of Santo André, in the municipality of Santiago do Cacém in the middle of the Alentejo coast.Under construction, the villas have between 173m2 and 176 m2 of private gross area, distributed over 3 floors: – Floor -1 (Basement): garage with automatic gate for 3 cars, storage area and laundry area, access to floor 0 by stairs- Floor 0 (Ground floor): Main entrance, living room, dining room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom- Floor 1 (First floor): one bedroom suite with balcony and two more bedrooms. Inserted in condominium with outdoor swimming pool and common patio with swimming pool with 1.452,47m2, one of the villas also has a private patio with 393.88m2.Located in the village of Santo André, 15 minutes from the beaches of the coast of Santo André and Melides. 5 minutes from IC33/IP8 to connect to the A2, 1h and 15 minutes from Lisbon.Excellent opportunity for your new home on the Alentejo coast.Bank Financing:Habita is a partner of several financial entities enabling all its customers free simulations of Housing Credit.Location:This village is at the origin of the parish of Santo André. Known the Annual Fair of St. Andrew, which takes place on 30 November and 1 December. Close to this town is built the Hermitage of Senhora da Graça, the Black Pig Destliaria and the Badoca Safari Park, one of the largest theme parks in the country.Santo André is a portuguese parish in the municipality of Santiago do Cacém, in the Alentejo region and in the Alentejo Coastal sub-region with 74.32 km² of area and 10 647 inhabitants (2011), thus having a population density of 143.3 inhabitants /km² and is 13 km from Santiago do Cacém and 20 km from Sines.In the mid-1970s, hundreds of families attracted by the offer of work offered by the Sines Industrial Complex began to take place in the parish, in the Areal area.The town of Vila Nova de Santo André, which only recently took the capital of the parish, does not correspond to the old village still existing and thriving: the original village is 3 kilometers from the austere urban core created in the 1970s in an old pine forest.The new city, which until 1991 had not even managed existence as a parish, is effectively an isolated urban spot with characteristics of metropolitan surroundings of Sines, implanted in the middle of the semi-rural Alentejo area, predominantly constituted by residents with strong connection to the industrial city of Sines. It was initially thought to be 100,000 inhabitants, created from scratch to serve as a dormitory to the Industrial Complex of Sines.The current city of Vila Nova de Santo André now has about 11,000 inhabitants and the parish is about 13,000, and is therefore the most populous city of Santiago do Cacém.With the extinction of the Sines Area Office in 1989, the administration of this territory became the responsibility of the Municipality of Santiago do Cacém.The then Urban Center of Santo André was elevated to Vila on June 20, 1991 and the City on July 1, 2003, with the designation of Vila Nova de Santo André.The Costa de Santo André is 10 minutes from Vila Nova de Santo André, 15m from Melides Beach and 15 km from Santiago do Cacém, there is the immense beach of Lagoa de Santo André.The large lagoon, with a couple of meters deep, is supported by an extensive natural reserve of pine trees so the urban development is therefore conditionedLocated in alentejo, the Natural Reserve of The Lagoons of Santo André and Sancha occupies part of the coast of the municipalities of Sines and Santiago do Cacém and a marine sector with 1.5 km wide defined from the coastline.In the middle of the Alentejo coast, the Natural Reserve of the Lagoons of Santo André and Sancha extends along 16 km and integrates two lagoons: the Santo André Lagoon, the largest of the Alentejo coast, and the Sancha Lagoon, with smaller dimensions.The Santo André Lagoon, is the largest lagoon of the Alentejo coast with about 500 hectares. The Sancha Lagoon has smaller dimensions, about 15 hectares. Its protection status recognises the high ecological value of these two wetlands and their surrounding areas, which also include the dune cord that separades them from the ocean, as well as the adjacent sea strip.These natural conditions attract many birds, which remain here at times when other areas are already completely or partially dry, making the end of summer/early autumn the most advisable time for their observation.Of great natural beauty, the landscape that surrounds the lagoons is mostly composed of caniçais, juncais, salgueirais, atlantic forests, pine forests, dunes and extensive white sand beaches.You should visit the Monte do Paio Interpretation Center, designed to promote knowledge of the Nature Reserve, providing one of the best panoramic views of The Santo André Lagoon.Every year you can watch the opening of the Santo André Lagoon to the sea. A unique experience event, which takes place in early spring to renew the waters of the lagoon, clean its funds and allow the entry of various species of fish.The Santo André Lagoon Eel Festival usually takes place in February, waiting for thousands of visitors to taste the most varied dishes made with a unique delicacy, the eel.The Feasts of São Romão take place in August and has a program that aims to recreate ‘the only day of the year that the people went to the beach’, in an authentic pilgrimage, with a procession that connected the various villages of the interior of the county to the Costa de Santo André, on the Alentejo coast. The parties have their high point with the recreation of the Bath of St. Romão where there is the sea bath with the typical costumes of the time and animation on the beach.