R. da Barroca, Lisboa, Lisboa, 1200-381

R. da Barroca
Lisboa 1200-381
Portugal

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Property

Ownership: For Sale
Type: Apartment
Rooms: 5
Bedrooms: 2 BR
Bathrooms: 3
Pets: Pets Unknown
Area: 236M² (2551 sq ft)

Financials

Price: €1,375,000
($1,650,000)
Nuno Franco
Sales Manager - Nest Seekers Portugal
Avenida da Liberdade, 129 B , 1250-140 Lisbon

Description

This luxury 2 bedroom apartment is located in an 18th Century Palace between the historical neighborhoods of Bairro Alto and Príncipe Real, in Lisbon.

The property was completely refurbished, however, all its classical details and features were maintained. The apartment boasts 2551 sq ft (237m2) and it has majestic ceilings 44.51 ft (4,60m) high.

The apartment's refurbishment was made using the best materials and exquisite finishes with taps and nozzles from CEA, kitchen appliances from SMEG, lightning from Davide Groppi and Ingo Maurer, underfloor heating in the bathroom, Italian marble, floors are restored pine.

The apartment has a small private patio connected to the kitchen.

The furniture is included and it's mostly custom-made for the apartment.

The windows are triple-layered with an argon layer to allow sound levels at less than 30db inside the apartment.

About Barro alto and Princípe Real

The apartment is located between Bairro Alto and Principe Real. Bairro Alto is a picturesque quarter dating from the 1500s, that has traditionally been the city's bohemian haunt of artists and writers. Its grid of streets is quiet during the day, but is transformed at night into one of the city's most vibrant quarters.

Princípe Real is essentially an extension of Bairro Alto, with a pleasant square and shady garden. In the center of the square is a café and some exotic trees, including a hundred-year-old cedar that looks like a giant umbrella, all surrounded by colorful 19th-century mansions. It has become one of Lisbon’s trendiest districts, with sophisticated shops and restaurants. The neighborhood’s most striking building faces the park, a Moorish Revival palace from the 1800s called Palacete Ribeiro da Cunha, whose romantic interior is now divided into shops and restaurants.

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 highlights 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

  • Hardwood Floors
  • High Ceilings
  • Walk-in Closet

Exposures

  • East
  • North
  • West

Luxury Apartment | 18th Century Palace | Historical Area of Lisbon

Description

This luxury 2 bedroom apartment is located in an 18th Century Palace between the historical neighborhoods of Bairro Alto and Príncipe Real, in Lisbon.

The property was completely refurbished, however, all its classical details and features were maintained. The apartment boasts 2551 sq ft (237m2) and it has majestic ceilings 44.51 ft (4,60m) high.

The apartment's refurbishment was made using the best materials and exquisite finishes with taps and nozzles from CEA, kitchen appliances from SMEG, lightning from Davide Groppi and Ingo Maurer, underfloor heating in the bathroom, Italian marble, floors are restored pine.

The apartment has a small private patio connected to the kitchen.

The furniture is included and it's mostly custom-made for the apartment.

The windows are triple-layered with an argon layer to allow sound levels at less than 30db inside the apartment.

About Barro alto and Princípe Real

The apartment is located between Bairro Alto and Principe Real. Bairro Alto is a picturesque quarter dating from the 1500s, that has traditionally been the city's bohemian haunt of artists and writers. Its grid of streets is quiet during the day, but is transformed at night into one of the city's most vibrant quarters.

Princípe Real is essentially an extension of Bairro Alto, with a pleasant square and shady garden. In the center of the square is a café and some exotic trees, including a hundred-year-old cedar that looks like a giant umbrella, all surrounded by colorful 19th-century mansions. It has become one of Lisbon’s trendiest districts, with sophisticated shops and restaurants. The neighborhood’s most striking building faces the park, a Moorish Revival palace from the 1800s called Palacete Ribeiro da Cunha, whose romantic interior is now divided into shops and restaurants.

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 highlights 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

  • Hardwood Floors
  • High Ceilings
  • Walk-in Closet

Exposures

  • East
  • North
  • West

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