Prices per m2 at purchase in Mafra in 2020 ~1,300€ to 1,700€
The story of Mafra is a long journey back in time. She has memories of invasions, conquests and reconquests.
This locality on the outskirts of Lisbon, in the so-called “peasant” region, is known for its imposing palace-convent, the largest Portuguese building, built in the 18th century on the order of D. João V.
The current diversity of natural, architectural and archaeological resources scattered over the 17 municipalities is the result of a long past occupied successively by different peoples who have left their mark on the landscape.
The rural landscape of the municipality of Mafra includes dozens of windmills that illustrate the bread as a basis for feeding the population in the recent past. They are proof of the vitality of an industry that has not been lost, but only renewed and modernized.
The heart and cultural centre of this region offers the opportunity to get acquainted with crafts, ethnography and nature, the Tapada Nacional de Mafra being one of the most important places, with history, arts and traditional sweets.
A large part of the city’s economy is linked to tourism, which is mainly concentrated in two poles: Mafra, where the convent is located and Tapada de Mafra, a nature reserve classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2019, and Ericeira, known for its village, beaches, cuisine and surf.
Mafra is a safe and quiet city, like many cities in Portugal. It has 11 kilometres of coastline and a total of 13 thick and clear sandy beaches, almost all framed by beautiful rocky cliffs. Let yourself be seduced by the diversity of landscapes and environments where you will find excellent conditions to rest in the sun and also to devote yourself to sporting activities.
A few kilometres away, near the sea, you will appreciate the traditional fishing village of Ericeira, much sought-after as a seaside resort, and by surfers attracted by the excellent conditions that its beaches offer for the practice of this sport.
Mafra is the ideal place for those who are looking for peace and quiet while being close to the capital.
“Thanks to its proximity to Lisbon, Mafra is a very attractive city to live in, so it is not surprising that the population continues to grow.Tagus Property
Mafra defines itself as one of the emerging municipalities in the metropolis of Lisbon. A study on the quality of life in Greater Lisbon recently promoted Mafra as the 3rd best city to live in on 12 factors assessed, such as safety, cleanliness, silence, public transport, leisure spaces, schools, general cost of living, access and parking.
Real estate prices in Mafra are among the lowest in Portugal for a developed city near Lisbon.
This city rich in heritage and surrounded by nature is less than an hour from the capital. Mafra is a city close to Lisbon, the countryside and the many beaches.
For the purchase of a property in Mafra, count a range between 1.300€ and 1.700€ per m².
Mafra is a good option for investing in real estate in Portugal, as part of the purchase of a main residence for a sunny retirement.
If you are looking for a small town in Portugal for your future main residence (NHR application, retirement), Mafra offers very interesting investment opportunities at very affordable prices.”
“Thanks to our analysis of the real estate market in the Mafra region, our knowledge of the specificities of the Mafra region, and our excellent knowledge of the sector, TAGUS PROPERTY provides you with the best investment opportunities in the Mafra region. »
Average price per m2 in Mafra: between €1,300 and €1,700/m²
Information on the purchase prices for a house or an apartment in Mafra, in both old and new.
Average real estate prices per m2 in Mafra
|Location||Type of property||Lowest average selling price||Most expensive average selling price|
|Mafra||House / Villa||1.500€/m2||1.700€/m2|
Located in the heart of the city of Mafra – on the square of the same name as the king who built it – it is the only national monument that includes a royal palace, a basilica and a convent. There are more than 40,000 m2 and 1,200 parts and instruments unique in the world.
Over 800 hectares, deer, fallow deer, fallow deer, wild boar, foxes, raptors and many other species coexist in an exceptionally rich and diversified flora scenario. A favourite place for leisure and hunting for the sovereigns of Portugal, the Tapada de Mafra has thus acquired a stamp of nobility that has been preserved and continues to this day.
At a distance of 14 Kms from Mafra, and very close to the town of Ribamar, São Lourenço Beach is famous for its many restaurants offering fresh fish and seafood.
São Lourenço Beach, located in a sheltered bay, offers excellent conditions for surfing.
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