Single bedroom house of typology T3, located in São Luís a few kilometers from Cercal, Vila Nova de Milfontes and Malhão beach.The traditional Alentejo plot villa was recovered in 2019, consisting of: 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, kitchen, living room and a pantry.In the outdoor area has a patio area with barbecue and a sink, all conditions for making meals outdoors.Located in a central area of São Luis, with easy access and parking. Bank Financing:Habita is a partner of several financial entities enabling all its customers free simulations of Housing Credit.Location:São Luis is the fourth largest parish in the municipality of Odemira and has always been one of the most populous parishes in the municipality of Odemira.Marking the landscape of the entire parish is the grandella of the serra de S. Domingos, the Mira River and the Torgal river.The economic and social history of S. Luís is part of the richness of its subsoil (there was once the exploitation of ore in the Serra de S. Domingos, especially iron) and in the proximity of the Mira River (with the river port of Casa Branca, being the important river for the flow of ore and cereal production). Currently, agriculture, livestock, cork extraction, wood production, small trade and services are the economic activities of S. Luís. In the parish, there are several points of interest, deserving of a visit.In the village, in addition to a walk through the narrow and whitewashed streets, highlight the mother church. Outside the parish, there is to mark the mill of Lage, still in full operation. Another landmark is the White House, a former river port, which has registered a large commercial activity. The former warehouses of the National Federation of Wheat Producers there are being converted into the so-called “White House Museum”, in a partnership between the Municipality of Odemira, Natural Park of southwest Alentejo and Costa Vicentina, Parish Council of S. Luís and Professional School of Odemira.Odemira is a Portuguese village belonging to the Alentejo region and sub-region of the Alentejo Coast.It is the headquarters of the largest Portuguese in territorial extension, with 1 720.60 km² of area.The municipality of Odemira is characterized by the immense landscape diversity, extending between the plain, the mountains and the sea.On the coastal strip, there are small beaches that cut the cliffs and traditional fishing ports. Of its 55 km of Atlantic coast, 12 km are beach, of which are worth mentioning for its natural beauty: Malhão, Milfontes, Franquia, Farol, Furnas, Almograve, Zambujeira and Carvalhal.The entire coastal area of the municipality is integrated in the Natural Park of Southwest Alentejo and Costa Vicentina.The central strip, cutting the county from south to north, makes the orographic transition between the heath, dominant in the coastal strip, and the mountain, dominant in the inner strip. In this space, we find the main urban agglomerates of the municipality, such as São Teotónio, Boavista dos Pinheiros, Odemira and São Luís.This central strip corresponds to the space of public services, the main commercial units and the main company-fixing parks.The settlement of the municipality is quite remote, as evidenced by the numerous traces of cultures prior to Romanization and the testimonies of later cultures.Culture and Leisure:- Ponte D. Maria or Ponte de Santa Clara-a-Velha- Santa Clara Inn- Walls of the ancient castle of Odemira (existing sections)- Church of Mercy of Odemira- Fort of St. ClementEconomy:The municipality of Odemira has a business structure with strong weight in the tertiary sector (59%), followed by the primary sector (31%) and secondary sector (10%), and its four pillars are the agroforestry sectors (considering agriculture, forest and livestock), tourism, trade/services, industry and fishing/marine resources.The primary sector occupies 1/3 of the economic activities, presenting as a tourist municipality, but with a strong rural component, namely in agriculture, forestry, livestock and forestry.The secondary sector has a less significant expression in the territory, however, it seems to have found areas of development where to grow, particularly in the agri-food industry.The tertiary sector represents 59% of the business dynamics of the municipality of Odemira, of which retail trade and services stand out.Trade is one of the ancestral activities that, from the point of view of investment flows, has shown a very interesting mobility over the years. Territorially, this activity accompanied the demographic and economic drift of the interior to the coast of the municipality.