R. de Cedofeita 630, Porto, Porto, 4050-176

R. de Cedofeita 630
Porto 4050-176
Portugal

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Property

Ownership: For Sale
Type: Apartment
Pets: Pets Unknown
Tenure: Tenure Unknown
Price Qualifier: From

Financials

Price: €245,000 - €262,500
Carlos Alves
Real Estate Advisor
Nuno Franco
Sales Manager - Nest Seekers Portugal
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Description

Location:

This residential building is located in Cedofeita street, one of the most emblematic streets in Porto. Just walk a few meters and you will be in Avenida dos Aliados, the heart of the city, where the city hall building is and where all the most important celebrations of the city are made. Just a few more meters and you will find the famous São Bento Train Station, the Clérigos Tower, the famous Lello Library (this sumptuous bookshop inspired J.K. Rowling to the famous Harry Potter’s library in Hogwarts), and the pedestrian street of Santa Catarina. This part of the city is full of the best cafes, restaurants, shops, markets, theaters, and cinemas, everything that you will need is just a simple walk.

About the building:

A few minutes away from the main touristic and cultural attractions in the city of Porto, the Cedofeita 630 project is born from a 19th-century building rehabilitation. A group of 5 distinct new apartments rises from the carefully planned, purpose-oriented space optimization process.

Created by Pedro Ferreira Architecture Studio, “as an architect, my concept has been to blend Porto’s architectural distinctiveness and an indoor functional atmosphere, with an acute awareness to detail”. This thought is behind the building reconstruction from scratch and the entire facade rehabilitation made as an art-valued work.

The quality of construction, for example (pine wood flooring, thermal and acoustic insulation, ceramic floors in bathrooms, lacquered wood, double glazing, security door and kitchen countertops and backsplash in marble from Estremoz), and the diversity of typologies, make this project a safe and desirable investment.

Available:

Fraction E | Floor 2 | 2 bedroom Mezzanine | Internal Area: 731,94 ft2 (68 m2) | External Area: 32,29 ft2 (3 m2) balcony | Asking Price: $ 291,824 (245,000 euros)

Fraction F | Floor 2 | 2 bedroom Mezzanine | Internal Area: 839,58 ft2 (78 m2) | External Area: 0 ft2 (0 m2) | Asking Price: $ 312,669 (262,500 euros)

Cedofeita:

It was one of the hallmarks of urban renewal in the 18th century and one of the starting points for the revival of Baixa, already in the 21st century. A large part of this street is pedestrianized, which makes it perfect for shopping, sightseeing and a quiet meal.

Cedofeita's origins seem to date back to the 6th century and to the Church of São Martinho de Cedofeita. However, being away from the medieval walls and the riverside area, it would only develop fully in the 18th century. At that time, and given the growth of the city in economic and demographic terms, it became important to make the connection between the port and the upper area. Rua de Cedofeita was then known as Rua da Estrada and was one of the pillars of the urbanization plans that were then outlined.

The houses that still exist today began to be built: buildings with two to four floors, with balconies on the upper floors and shop windows facing the street. The tram passed this street, famous for its stores, like the extinct Bazaar dos Três Vinténs (the sign still exists).

Porto:

Capital and gateway to the north of Portugal, Porto is both the city that provided a nation with a name and a fortified wine known world-wide: port.

Northern Portugal, widely regarded as the driver of the Portuguese economy. Entrepreneurship and technology allow Porto to be considered as one of Europe’s main start-up hubs, with a growing number of technology companies choosing Porto for their headquarters, not only because of easy access to skilled labor but also for the city’s good access routes and available facilities.

With its splendid geographical location on the mouth of the river Douro and architectural heritage of exceptional quality, the historic center of Porto was declared UNESCO World Heritage in 1996. Porto is the capital of the North and the second-largest city in the country; its hard-working inhabitants are noted for their commercial enterprise, always standing firm against outside impositions and foreign invaders, which explains why Porto has become known as the «unvanquished» city.

In addition to its history, any visitor to Porto will be quickly impressed by the forceful character both of the city and its inhabitants.

If you want to get to know the city better, we recommend a gentle stroll through its streets, taking time to admire the typical granite houses and monuments, enjoying a tram ride along the banks of the river, or even going for a boat ride under the city ́s six bridges, from where you can enjoy an entirely different view of the city. These itineraries seek to demonstrate the impressive contrasts this city has to offer. The "Baixa (Downtown)" of Porto, with all the rhythms of city life, its movement, and intense retailing. There is a very peculiar expression that bestows a Nordic, mercantile tone onto a city that is both spiritually and intensely baroque. In sharp contrast, in the Serralves Park, there is the sheer modernity of the building housing the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the romantic, soothing surroundings of the surrounding leafy park.

These properties are under construction and eligible for the Golden Visa, which grants buyers and their family members the right to live, work and study in Portugal and permits free movement in Europe’s Schengen Area. Opportunities to become a permanent resident or citizen is possible after five years. We have partners that can support through the Golden Visa process.


Amenities

  • Balcony
  • City View
  • Investment Property
  • Parquet Floors

The CEDOFEITA 630 Apartments | Prime Location in Porto, Portugal.

Description

Location:

This residential building is located in Cedofeita street, one of the most emblematic streets in Porto. Just walk a few meters and you will be in Avenida dos Aliados, the heart of the city, where the city hall building is and where all the most important celebrations of the city are made. Just a few more meters and you will find the famous São Bento Train Station, the Clérigos Tower, the famous Lello Library (this sumptuous bookshop inspired J.K. Rowling to the famous Harry Potter’s library in Hogwarts), and the pedestrian street of Santa Catarina. This part of the city is full of the best cafes, restaurants, shops, markets, theaters, and cinemas, everything that you will need is just a simple walk.

About the building:

A few minutes away from the main touristic and cultural attractions in the city of Porto, the Cedofeita 630 project is born from a 19th-century building rehabilitation. A group of 5 distinct new apartments rises from the carefully planned, purpose-oriented space optimization process.

Created by Pedro Ferreira Architecture Studio, “as an architect, my concept has been to blend Porto’s architectural distinctiveness and an indoor functional atmosphere, with an acute awareness to detail”. This thought is behind the building reconstruction from scratch and the entire facade rehabilitation made as an art-valued work.

The quality of construction, for example (pine wood flooring, thermal and acoustic insulation, ceramic floors in bathrooms, lacquered wood, double glazing, security door and kitchen countertops and backsplash in marble from Estremoz), and the diversity of typologies, make this project a safe and desirable investment.

Available:

Fraction E | Floor 2 | 2 bedroom Mezzanine | Internal Area: 731,94 ft2 (68 m2) | External Area: 32,29 ft2 (3 m2) balcony | Asking Price: $ 291,824 (245,000 euros)

Fraction F | Floor 2 | 2 bedroom Mezzanine | Internal Area: 839,58 ft2 (78 m2) | External Area: 0 ft2 (0 m2) | Asking Price: $ 312,669 (262,500 euros)

Cedofeita:

It was one of the hallmarks of urban renewal in the 18th century and one of the starting points for the revival of Baixa, already in the 21st century. A large part of this street is pedestrianized, which makes it perfect for shopping, sightseeing and a quiet meal.

Cedofeita's origins seem to date back to the 6th century and to the Church of São Martinho de Cedofeita. However, being away from the medieval walls and the riverside area, it would only develop fully in the 18th century. At that time, and given the growth of the city in economic and demographic terms, it became important to make the connection between the port and the upper area. Rua de Cedofeita was then known as Rua da Estrada and was one of the pillars of the urbanization plans that were then outlined.

The houses that still exist today began to be built: buildings with two to four floors, with balconies on the upper floors and shop windows facing the street. The tram passed this street, famous for its stores, like the extinct Bazaar dos Três Vinténs (the sign still exists).

Porto:

Capital and gateway to the north of Portugal, Porto is both the city that provided a nation with a name and a fortified wine known world-wide: port.

Northern Portugal, widely regarded as the driver of the Portuguese economy. Entrepreneurship and technology allow Porto to be considered as one of Europe’s main start-up hubs, with a growing number of technology companies choosing Porto for their headquarters, not only because of easy access to skilled labor but also for the city’s good access routes and available facilities.

With its splendid geographical location on the mouth of the river Douro and architectural heritage of exceptional quality, the historic center of Porto was declared UNESCO World Heritage in 1996. Porto is the capital of the North and the second-largest city in the country; its hard-working inhabitants are noted for their commercial enterprise, always standing firm against outside impositions and foreign invaders, which explains why Porto has become known as the «unvanquished» city.

In addition to its history, any visitor to Porto will be quickly impressed by the forceful character both of the city and its inhabitants.

If you want to get to know the city better, we recommend a gentle stroll through its streets, taking time to admire the typical granite houses and monuments, enjoying a tram ride along the banks of the river, or even going for a boat ride under the city ́s six bridges, from where you can enjoy an entirely different view of the city. These itineraries seek to demonstrate the impressive contrasts this city has to offer. The "Baixa (Downtown)" of Porto, with all the rhythms of city life, its movement, and intense retailing. There is a very peculiar expression that bestows a Nordic, mercantile tone onto a city that is both spiritually and intensely baroque. In sharp contrast, in the Serralves Park, there is the sheer modernity of the building housing the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the romantic, soothing surroundings of the surrounding leafy park.

These properties are under construction and eligible for the Golden Visa, which grants buyers and their family members the right to live, work and study in Portugal and permits free movement in Europe’s Schengen Area. Opportunities to become a permanent resident or citizen is possible after five years. We have partners that can support through the Golden Visa process.


Amenities

  • Balcony
  • City View
  • Investment Property
  • Parquet Floors

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