2-bed cottage for sale in the Azores, Portugal - Forest Homes

€325,000 2 Bedrooms

An exciting addition to the Azores property market, this one-bedroom cottage for sale enjoys a one-of-a-kind location on Pico Island’s Santo Amaro hill.

Spanning 97 square metres across two floors, this property features a classic cottage exterior with a stone facade and a tiled roof. The property has been cleverly designed to give the impression that the cottage sits on the mountain as both levels extend into the view

On the upper floor of the property there is a kitchen and an open-plan living and dining space of 23 square metres which opens up onto a charming deck area accented by flower beds. Two bedrooms, a bathroom and a laundry room are located on the ground floor. A communal swimming pool is located just steps away.

Future owners also have the opportunity to rent out the cottage using the successful rental management company behind the nearby Lava Homes. Thanks to its unique location in an increasingly sought-after destination, this cottage has an estimated rental yield of 6%. 

Dubbed the ‘Hawaii of the Atlantic’, the Azores is an archipelago of nine islands in the Atlantic which is just a two-hour flight from Lisbon and a six-hour flight from New York. 

With turquoise lagoons, vivid green meadows and black lava fields, each of these islands is a kaleidoscope of colour.

The second-largest island in the Azores, Pico Island is home to the highest point in Portugal and its unique vineyards have been recognised as a UNESCO world heritage site since 2004. From hiking and mountain climbing through to paddle boarding and diving in the crystal-clear Atlantic, Pico Island is perfect for those who love to explore. Home to more than 20 species of whales and dolphins, this collection of islands is one of the best destinations in the world for whale watching.

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About The Azores

About The Azores

Often referred to as the ‘Hawaii of the Atlantic’, the Azores is an archipelago of nine volcanic islands 1,000km west of Lisbon. Up until a few years ago, many would be hard pushed to pinpoint this collection of islands on the map. However, owing to the islands’ natural, wild beauty, the Azores is making a name for itself and tourist figures have doubled in the past four years. With turquoise lakes, green pastures and black lava fields, the Azores are a kaleidoscope of colour and the perfect setting for getting back to nature [...]

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