Very special character building in Principe Real, which is due to start the renovation works in February 2016.
The works which shall include the complete renovation of the entire building and apartments, are due to be completed by the end of May 2017.
The project which is fully approved by the Lisbon City Council shall include an elevator and each apartment will come with 2 parking spaces.
The luxury finishing’s of these amazing apartments shall include, air conditioning, central heating and underfloor heating.
I have attached a PDF with a few of my own photographs of the existing apartments (un-renovated) and another PDF with 3D images of what the apartments will look like once they have been renovated. I am sure you will agree that even the un-renovated apartments are truly amazing, with their tall ceilings (4,20 m high) and natural light which flows in from both sides of the building.
There renovation project shall comprise just 4 apartments and a huge 550,00 m2, all opposite the Botanical Gardens
. 2nd level 4-bedroom apartment with 340,30 m2 + 27,96 m2 terrace + 41,58 m2 balcony with amazing city, private garden and Botanical Garden views for 1,850.000 €
. 3rd level left 4-bedroom duplex apartment with 222,70 m2 + 16,00 m2 balcony with amazing city, private garden and Botanical Garden views for 1,180.000 €
. 3rd level right 4-bedroom duplex apartment with 262,20 m2 + 13,80 balcony + 31,14 m2 terrace with amazing city, private garden and Botanical Garden views for 1,400.000 €
The ground level will include a 40,00 m2 shop and condominium meeting room.
I am sure you agree this an AAA location in the heart of Principe Real which ticks all the boxes and come with all the frills. At this stage, you could even have a say in the luxury finishing’s if you choose.
The attractive Principe Real neighborhood (named “Royal Prince” in honor of Queen Maria II’s first born child) extends north of Bairro Alto, and although it was once only known for its antique shops and bars, has now become an important shopping area, although it remains essentially a residential district, filled with gardens, a couple of the city’s most tranquil squares, and colorful mansions. The abundant charm has turned it into one of the most sought-after areas to live and rent in the central historical area of Lisbon. Many old buildings are being renovated, a young population is moving in, and there’s talk of gentrification similar to that of Georgetown in Washington DC, after the company that turned that district into the American capital’s hippest began acquiring buildings here.
This is a one-of-kind development in one of the most sough-after areas in central historical Lisbon.