Simply breathtaking, a 234-metre presentation of Portugal at it’s finest.
With it’s high ceilings, wide hallways, arched doorframes and impressive use of stone , Portuguese tiling and wood, this property could almost sing “Fado” to it’s visitors.
Located on the 2nd floor of a solid and historical building in downtown Lisbon and just a couple of minutes walk to the banks of the river Tejo. This location simply cannot be beaten.
This property is comprised of
: 4 bedrooms, all with windows and flooded natural light
: 3 Bathrooms with an immaculate traditional design and use of “Azulejos” tiling.
: Spacious living room complete with functional stone structured fireplace and ceiling-high windows.
: Separate dining/function room
: Separate Kitchen and Breakfast area
: Double glazed windows and air conditioning throughout.
: Private and secure indoor parking garage.
Chiado and Baixa Chiado are amongst the best areas of capital for Investment in Real Estate.
Baixa Chiado is the most central and renowned neighbourhood in Lisbon. It was completely rebuilt by the Marquis of Pombal after the 1st November 1755, one of the world’s strongest recorded earthquakes devastated the district and, along with the massive tsunami, killed thousands. Baixa is packed with stores and restaurants and is always busy during the day.

This neighbourhood houses the capital’s most emblematic squares and streets. The district starts in Restauradores Square (Praça dos Restauradores), continues up Avenida da Liberdade, through Praça Marquês de Pombal (Marquis of Pombal Square) and from this point forward is considered “Modern Lisbon”. Here you will discover some of Lisbon’s major attractions such as Terreiro do Paço square (or Terreiro do Paço), Rossio along with a variety of popular bars and restaurants.
Security in capital growth, high rentability and accessibility are key factors for any Investor and (with a property of this quality) It’s unlikely that any tenant would want to leave!.
This apartment would make a dream home for a family that enjoys city living. The new city promenade offers grassy banks, lazy cafes and bicycle paths.
Distances to points of interest.
: Cais do Sodre train station ( serving the Portuguese riviera / Cascais ) is 5 minutes walk ( 280 metres )
: Cais do Sodre Metro station (Lisbon’s Green line that connects with all other lines of the underground) is just 5 minutes walk ( 280 metres)
: Lisbon’s city promenade is just 8 minutes walk away ( 550 metres )
: Lisbon’s ” Time out” market is just 7 minutes walk ( 500 metres )
: The British school of Lisbon is just 6 minutes walk ( 400 metres )
: An array of exclusive bars, restaurants and cafes are within a couple of minutes walk
: Lisbon’s famous  Praça do Comércio  is just 9 minutes walk ( 650 metres )