1 200 €





95 m2

of area

Explore the luxury of modern life in Caneças! This completely renovated T3 on the ground floor of a house offers an exceptional residential experience. With contemporary finishes, large spaces and a fully equipped kitchen, this is the home of your dreams. Enjoy the tranquility and amenities of Caneças. Book your visit today and discover reinvented comfort!

Rental conditions: 1 month rent and 2 months deposit, condominium does not accept pets.

Location features:
15km from the center of Lisbon
5km from Hospital Beatriz Ângelo
About 2km away we can find the PSP police station, shops, primary and secondary schools and the A9 motorway.

This parish was created through Law No. 413, of September 10, 1915, by splitting the parish of Loures, integrating the places of Caneças and Vale de Nogueira.[4] It was elevated to town status on August 16, 1991, by Law No. 77/91.[5] In 1998, it became one of the seven parishes to integrate the new municipality of Odivelas.

Its name, however, demonstrates its antiquity: it derives from the Arabic al-kanissa, that is, “church”. The popular legend, however, is different. People say that when D. Dinis passed through the town, someone offered him water in a mug, and hence the perpetuation of the name.

Lisbon has always had problems with its water supply. In the Carenque area, between Belas and Caneças, you can find the remains of a Roman dike. Roman pipes must have been destroyed, in part, by earthquakes. The same must have happened with the Arab systems.

In the Middle Ages, water supply shortages were very serious. In the 15th century, the ships that arrived in Lisbon left Lisbon without water for the journey. It was D. João V who, through the collection of taxes on products entering the city, decreed, in 1731, the beginning of construction of the Águas Livres Aqueduct, originating at Fonte das Águas Livres, near Carenque, flowing into the Amoreiras deposit, whose Mãe d'Água was completed in 1834.

As for the aqueducts, the exact date of their construction is not known, but it dates back to the second half of the 18th century. These are four, all subsidiaries of the Águas Livres Aqueduct: Olival do Santíssimo, Poço da Bomba, Vale da Moura and Carvalheiro. The secondary aqueduct, the largest of the four, is Olival do Santíssimo, starting from Quinta do Macário, near Quinta de Castelo de Vide, ending in Belas/Sintra. The other three start in Caneças, connecting to the first. Only the Carvalheiro Aqueduct ends at the Olival do Santíssimo, in the Municipality of Sintra.

  • Price: 1 200 €
  • Status: Good
  • Net area: 95m2
  • Gross area: 95m2
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Construction Year: 2015
  • Energy Certificate: C
  • Housing License No.: 50 / 2015
  • Reference: C0444-00345

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