This perfected development of 8 Loft-style apartments is located in the popular and gentrified riverside area of Alcântara and is served by an extensive transport network.
This building comprises 5 floors and is serviced by an elevator. It also features a covered garage.
The 8 apartments accommodate T1+1 and T2 apartments with areas ranging from 90m2 to 115 m2.
The interiors have unique modern-living and industrial-style features, such as stone walls and open clean spaces.
All the apartments are complete with exterior areas and the south facing apartments offer views over the river Tejo and the 25TH of April bridge.
Alcantara was once a thriving port on the Tagus River, the neighborhood has become a busy nightlife hub. Trendy crowds converge on the waterfront eateries and clubs in the converted warehouses of Santo Amaro Docks, near the 25 de Abril Bridge. Nearby, funky bars, boutiques and art spaces occupy the vast LxFactory space. The Orient Museum shows Asian and Portuguese art, and vintage trams can be seen at the Carris Museum.
This location falls just outside the contention zone for short term rentals so investors can benefit in rental income from the short, mid and long term rental markets.
Distances to local points of interest :
: Alcantara’s LX factory offers an array of fashion/design shops, bars, restaurants and facilities. The famous LX Factory is just 55 metres or a 1 minute walk.
: The Alcantara Mar train station serves the Portuguese Riviera and stops at multiple beach locations on route. The end of the line is the historical centre of Cascais with a journey time of 25 minutes. The final stop in Lisbon is the old port of Cais do Sodre/ The Time out market with a journey time of 8 minutes. This train station is just 700 metres or 9 minutes walk.
: The “Docas” ( docks ) of Alcantara with its selection of restaurants , paddle courts, bars and boat docking facilities is just 700 metres or 9 minutes walk.
: The English speaking private hospital of CUF is just 500 metres or 6 minutes walk away.
: “Alcantara Terra” Train Station serves the Unesco World Heritage site of Sintra which attracts over 4 million tourists a year. Multiple bus and tram routes run all arteries of the capital city from this train station which is just 600 metres or 8 minutes walk.