Campo de Ourique, Portugal, Lisboa, Lisboa, 1350

Campo de Ourique, Portugal
Lisboa 1350
Portugal

CO-EXCLUSIVE

Property

Ownership: For Sale
Type: Residential
Price Qualifier: From

Financials

Price: €895,000 - €1,850,000
Nuno Franco
Sales Manager - Nest Seekers Portugal
Jorge Próspero dos Santos
PD Real Estate Managment | Realtor
Avenida da Liberdade, 129 B , 1250-140 Lisbon

Description

A brand new exclusive development will be born in Campo de Ourique, Lisbon. With noble materials and exquisite finishes, this development sets a new standard in one of Lisbon's most sought-after residential neighborhoods.

The building comprises eight luxury apartments (1 per floor) with large areas and outside spaces, and it's built by one of Portugal's top developers.

All apartments have large balconies and views over the Forest of Monsanto. Its strategic location will allow it to easily arrive at most parts of the city.

UNIT A: 2 Bedrooms Duplex | 1431 sq ft (133m2) | Balcony 301sq ft (28m2) | 2 Parking Spaces | Asking Price: €895,000

UNIT B: 3 Bedrooms | 1679 sq ft (156m2) | Garden 2303 sq ft (214m2) | 3 Parking Spaces | Asking Price: €1,200,000

UNIT C: 4 Bedrooms | 2616 sq ft (242m2) | Balcony 635 sq ft (59m2) | 3 Parking Spaces | Asking Price €1,680,000

UNIT D: 4 Bedrooms | 2616 sq ft (242m2) | Balcony 721 sq ft (59m2) | 3 Parking Spaces | Asking Price €1,750,000

UNIT E: 4 Bedrooms | 2616 sq ft (242m2) | Balcony 700 sq ft (65m2) | 3 Parking Spaces | Asking Price €1,790,000

UNIT F: 4 Bedrooms | 2616 sq ft (242m2) | Balcony 839 sq ft (78m2) | 3 Parking Spaces | Asking Price €1,850,000

UNIT G: 4 Bedrooms | 2616 sq ft (242m2) | Balcony 818 sq ft (76m2) | 3 Parking Spaces | Asking Price €1,850,000

UNIT H: 2 Bedrooms | 1496sq ft (139m2) | Balcony 1291 sq ft (120m2) | 2 Parking Spaces | Asking Price €1,150,000

Under construction. Estimated Completion Date: 3Q 2024

ABOUT CAMPO DE OURIQUE:

It is easy to enjoy and love Campo de Ourique. A relaxed and pleasant neighborhood, that many say is almost a city within the city. Comercial and culturally diverse, it offers both traditional and modern experiences of Lisbon as a cosmopolitan city.

Designed with a grid pattern, the residential neighborhood of Campo de Ourique is popular among those who appreciate the old and the new. Stunning 19th-century buildings can be found alongside modern architecture, while traditional shops are juxtaposed with modern brands.

By today’s standards, it’s probably one of the most sought-after quarters to inhabit and enjoy a high standard of living in the Portuguese capital. New spaces and business opportunities emerge all the time. Nevertheless traditional retail is still very much alive.

There are many restaurants and cafés to explore too, as well as a big food market. Meanwhile, the small central park, Jardim da Parada, attracts people of all ages, in particular families.

Campo de Ourique remains a village in the heart of the city, but it’s also becoming a very cosmopolitan and trendy neighborhood - the kind of unique combination the entire Lisbon would like to have in the 21st century.

ABOUT LISBON:

CNN considers “Lisbon the coolest Capital in Europe”.

For the New York Times “in Lisbon the faded old Europe charm remains, but with a stream of exciting openings and fresh inspiration drawn from across the Atlantic, Portugal’s Capital seems primed for a new golden era”.

The Financial Times describes the reasons “why all the world is going to Lisbon”

In the past years, Lisbon has been making the headlines of some of the most reputable media in the world and attracting international celebrities that settle in the Portuguese capital, like Hollywood actors Scarlett Johansson, Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander, or the world’s most famous designer Phillipe Starck.

Lisbon is a historical city full of stories to tell, where the sun shines 300 days a year and with warm summers and mild winters. Portugal is the 3rd safest country in the world and in Lisbon, you feel secure wandering around day or night. Lisbon is full of authenticity where old customs and ancient history intermix with cultural entertainment and hi-tech innovation.

The city is something of a rarity among European capitals – a laid-back city that exudes a decidedly old-fashioned charm, with clattering trams, café-lined boulevards, renowned cuisine, and grandiose monuments to its famous sailors that crossed the oceans at the time of the discoveries.

Lisbon is ageless, friendly, and famous for its hospitality and the family-like way it welcomes visitors.

Tax benefits granted by programs like the Non-Habitual Residents, or residence schemes, like the Golden Visa (that allows to obtaining Portuguese citizenship in 5 years and freedom of movement throughout the entire Schengen Zone through investment in real estate) also sparked the interest in the Portuguese capital causing an exponential increase in the demand by international investors.

This singular combination of factors and the growing international demand from buyers looking to relocate to the city and investors seeking compelling yields make Lisbon one of the most desirable cities in the world.

Amenities

  • Abundant Closets
  • Balcony
  • City View
  • Elevator
  • Garage
  • High Ceilings
  • Park View
  • Terrace

Exposures

  • East
  • West

New Luxury Development | Campo de Ourique

Description

A brand new exclusive development will be born in Campo de Ourique, Lisbon. With noble materials and exquisite finishes, this development sets a new standard in one of Lisbon's most sought-after residential neighborhoods.

The building comprises eight luxury apartments (1 per floor) with large areas and outside spaces, and it's built by one of Portugal's top developers.

All apartments have large balconies and views over the Forest of Monsanto. Its strategic location will allow it to easily arrive at most parts of the city.

UNIT A: 2 Bedrooms Duplex | 1431 sq ft (133m2) | Balcony 301sq ft (28m2) | 2 Parking Spaces | Asking Price: €895,000

UNIT B: 3 Bedrooms | 1679 sq ft (156m2) | Garden 2303 sq ft (214m2) | 3 Parking Spaces | Asking Price: €1,200,000

UNIT C: 4 Bedrooms | 2616 sq ft (242m2) | Balcony 635 sq ft (59m2) | 3 Parking Spaces | Asking Price €1,680,000

UNIT D: 4 Bedrooms | 2616 sq ft (242m2) | Balcony 721 sq ft (59m2) | 3 Parking Spaces | Asking Price €1,750,000

UNIT E: 4 Bedrooms | 2616 sq ft (242m2) | Balcony 700 sq ft (65m2) | 3 Parking Spaces | Asking Price €1,790,000

UNIT F: 4 Bedrooms | 2616 sq ft (242m2) | Balcony 839 sq ft (78m2) | 3 Parking Spaces | Asking Price €1,850,000

UNIT G: 4 Bedrooms | 2616 sq ft (242m2) | Balcony 818 sq ft (76m2) | 3 Parking Spaces | Asking Price €1,850,000

UNIT H: 2 Bedrooms | 1496sq ft (139m2) | Balcony 1291 sq ft (120m2) | 2 Parking Spaces | Asking Price €1,150,000

Under construction. Estimated Completion Date: 3Q 2024

ABOUT CAMPO DE OURIQUE:

It is easy to enjoy and love Campo de Ourique. A relaxed and pleasant neighborhood, that many say is almost a city within the city. Comercial and culturally diverse, it offers both traditional and modern experiences of Lisbon as a cosmopolitan city.

Designed with a grid pattern, the residential neighborhood of Campo de Ourique is popular among those who appreciate the old and the new. Stunning 19th-century buildings can be found alongside modern architecture, while traditional shops are juxtaposed with modern brands.

By today’s standards, it’s probably one of the most sought-after quarters to inhabit and enjoy a high standard of living in the Portuguese capital. New spaces and business opportunities emerge all the time. Nevertheless traditional retail is still very much alive.

There are many restaurants and cafés to explore too, as well as a big food market. Meanwhile, the small central park, Jardim da Parada, attracts people of all ages, in particular families.

Campo de Ourique remains a village in the heart of the city, but it’s also becoming a very cosmopolitan and trendy neighborhood - the kind of unique combination the entire Lisbon would like to have in the 21st century.

ABOUT LISBON:

CNN considers “Lisbon the coolest Capital in Europe”.

For the New York Times “in Lisbon the faded old Europe charm remains, but with a stream of exciting openings and fresh inspiration drawn from across the Atlantic, Portugal’s Capital seems primed for a new golden era”.

The Financial Times describes the reasons “why all the world is going to Lisbon”

In the past years, Lisbon has been making the headlines of some of the most reputable media in the world and attracting international celebrities that settle in the Portuguese capital, like Hollywood actors Scarlett Johansson, Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander, or the world’s most famous designer Phillipe Starck.

Lisbon is a historical city full of stories to tell, where the sun shines 300 days a year and with warm summers and mild winters. Portugal is the 3rd safest country in the world and in Lisbon, you feel secure wandering around day or night. Lisbon is full of authenticity where old customs and ancient history intermix with cultural entertainment and hi-tech innovation.

The city is something of a rarity among European capitals – a laid-back city that exudes a decidedly old-fashioned charm, with clattering trams, café-lined boulevards, renowned cuisine, and grandiose monuments to its famous sailors that crossed the oceans at the time of the discoveries.

Lisbon is ageless, friendly, and famous for its hospitality and the family-like way it welcomes visitors.

Tax benefits granted by programs like the Non-Habitual Residents, or residence schemes, like the Golden Visa (that allows to obtaining Portuguese citizenship in 5 years and freedom of movement throughout the entire Schengen Zone through investment in real estate) also sparked the interest in the Portuguese capital causing an exponential increase in the demand by international investors.

This singular combination of factors and the growing international demand from buyers looking to relocate to the city and investors seeking compelling yields make Lisbon one of the most desirable cities in the world.

Amenities

  • Abundant Closets
  • Balcony
  • City View
  • Elevator
  • Garage
  • High Ceilings
  • Park View
  • Terrace

Exposures

  • East
  • West

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