Three bedroom apartment located at the parish of Estreito da Calheta , and town of Calheta .
It is sold Freehold.
It has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
It has wood flooring, plenty natural light, intercommunicator,
It is close to supermarket, public services, buses and public transport.
It is in EXCELLENT condition.
The price is 145 000€ and is negotiable.
It is 30 minutes from the centre of Funchal.
The Condominium Fee is below 55€ per month.
It is mainly a residential area surrounded only by houses and plots of land.
The shared areas are halls, parking space.
It has views to the ocean.
Weather – (Normal Temperatures) warm summers and mild winters
Dec - May Between 16º C and 17ºC
June – November Between 19ºC and 20ºC
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Having a mild climate all the year, Calheta, a place characterized by its tranquillity
and safety, a place where the past and the present are joined together in perfect harmony.
Should you intend to live permanently in Madeira, we recommend that you exchange your driving licence for a Portuguese-issued one, so that it can be renewed or replaced by the Portuguese issuing authority, IMTT - Instituto da Mobilidade e dos Transportes Terrestres (Institute for Mobility and Land Transport), in case it expires or if lost, stolen or damaged. You will be requested to hand over your original licence in exchange for a local one. You will also need to have vehicle insurance.
Health insurance is another aspect to look into. The Portuguese health system covers official residents, namely those with EU citizenship or working and paying social security contributions. After registering with the Immigration authorities or the Town Hall and obtaining a residence certificate, you are authorised to register with your local health centre where you may benefit from the national healthcare system. Pensioners from non-EU countries usually need to hire a private health insurance. In case you or any of your family members need prescription drugs, we advise you to get a copy of the medical report regarding the condition and purchase additional quantities.
Most goods are cheaper in Madeira than in other EU countries such as rent, food, properties, drinks and entertainment and many agree the cost of living is 50% lower than that of their homeland.
Should you bring a pet with you, make sure it receives the necessary vaccines and an identification microchip.