R. Beato Inácio de Azevedo 233, Porto, Porto, 4100-284

R. Beato Inácio de Azevedo 233
Porto 4100-284
Portugal

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Property

Type: House
Rooms: 5
Bedrooms: 3 BR
Bathrooms: 3
Pets: Pets Unknown
Area: 239M² (2572 sq ft)
Lot Size: 506.25 M²
Tenure: Tenure Unknown

Financials

Rent €2,500
($3,000)
Jose d'Orey
Real Estate Agent
Carolina Monteiro
Real Estate Agent
Avenida da Liberdade, 129 B , 1250-140 Lisbon

Description

Beautiful house near one of the most important avenues in Porto, Av. da Boavista.

This property is located in a perfect zone in Porto. Avenida da Boavista is one of the biggest avenues in Europe and provides you access to the main areas in Porto. The house is situated near every kind of service like supermarkets, hospitals, pharmacies, schools, parks, beaches, restaurants and it is right next to the highway access.

The house was designed by the award-winning architect Eduardo Souto Moura, one of the most brilliant architects in Portugal. This property was chosen several times to be part of the architect books as a good example of Souto Moura's qualities. From the outside, it looks like one house but in fact, it is divided in two. This fraction has two floors and a private garden with an extra room with a bar and toilet, perfect to spend time with family and friends.

House specifications:

- 1 master bedroom with bathroom and a closet + 1 bedroom or office

- 1 suite bedroom

- 1 bedroom

- 3 bathrooms

- 1 living room

- Spacious kitchen fully equipped

- Private garden with an annex (room with a bar and toilet)

- Garage (1 car) + outdoor parking place (1 car)

About 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.

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.

Amenities

  • Abundant Closets
  • Back Yard
  • Balcony
  • Bar
  • Cold Storage
  • Dining Area
  • Dishwasher
  • Fireplace
  • Garage
  • Garden
  • Home Office
  • Private Entrance
  • Walk-in Closet

Exposures

  • East
  • West

House designed by Eduardo Souto Moura for rent in Porto, Avenida da Boavista

Description

Beautiful house near one of the most important avenues in Porto, Av. da Boavista.

This property is located in a perfect zone in Porto. Avenida da Boavista is one of the biggest avenues in Europe and provides you access to the main areas in Porto. The house is situated near every kind of service like supermarkets, hospitals, pharmacies, schools, parks, beaches, restaurants and it is right next to the highway access.

The house was designed by the award-winning architect Eduardo Souto Moura, one of the most brilliant architects in Portugal. This property was chosen several times to be part of the architect books as a good example of Souto Moura's qualities. From the outside, it looks like one house but in fact, it is divided in two. This fraction has two floors and a private garden with an extra room with a bar and toilet, perfect to spend time with family and friends.

House specifications:

- 1 master bedroom with bathroom and a closet + 1 bedroom or office

- 1 suite bedroom

- 1 bedroom

- 3 bathrooms

- 1 living room

- Spacious kitchen fully equipped

- Private garden with an annex (room with a bar and toilet)

- Garage (1 car) + outdoor parking place (1 car)

About 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.

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.

Amenities

  • Abundant Closets
  • Back Yard
  • Balcony
  • Bar
  • Cold Storage
  • Dining Area
  • Dishwasher
  • Fireplace
  • Garage
  • Garden
  • Home Office
  • Private Entrance
  • Walk-in Closet

Exposures

  • East
  • West

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