Shop in Cacem
Centrally located store next to the citizen store, with one big division, a bathroom and a large storefront.
Cacém is an old Portuguese parish, belonging to the city of Agualva-Cacém and the municipality of Sintra. The parish of Cacém was created on July 3, 2001, and extinguished the old parish of Agualva-Cacém and created the new parishes of Agualva, Cacém, Mira-Sintra and São Marcos. Its name derives from the Arabic name Kasim. There is a locality in Tunisia called Kacém, but no connection with Cacém is being studied.
In 2013, as part of the administrative reform, the parish of Cacém and São Marcos were annexed, forming the Union of the parishes of Cacém and São Marcos.
Of the two constituent parishes in the city of Agualva-Cacém, the parish of Cacém-São Marcos is the second largest.
In most of the space where today there are housing, commerce and services buildings, it was once occupied by attractive farms and houses, configured in an eminently rural environment.
D. Maria II, Elias Garcia and Marquês de Pombal streets were the ones with the highest population, serving as links to famous farms, such as Santa Isabel, Flores, São João, Ulmeiros and Bela Vista , among others. Among the mentioned estates, Quinta da Bela Vista remains, although in an advanced state of degradation, former residence of the republican Joaquim Ribeiro de Carvalho, a personality contemplated by local history as one of the most illustrious citizens.
The respective house, classified as heritage of interest to the municipality, has striking tile panels, being one of the few elements that exemplify the beauty that the property has had in the past.
- Price: 550 €
- Status: Good
- Gross area: 46m2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Energy Certificate: C
- Reference: C0259-01989
- Shopping Center (0m)
CENTURY 21 Real