on Lisbon’s São-Roque hill
In Lisbon, on São-Roque hill.
300 metres from São-Pedro-de-Alcântara gardens.
Near to the botanical gardens.
Near to an underground station.
|Surface :||263 m²|
|Number of floors of the building :||6|
|Number of main rooms :||1|
|Number of bedrooms :||4|
|Number of bathrooms :||5|
|Parking spaces :||2|
Lisbon is also known as the city with seven hills, that the Portuguese capital’s multi-coloured funicular railways tirelessly go up and down every day. Bairro-Alto, at the top of São-Roque hill, to the west of Avenida-de-la-Liberdade, is one of the most emblematic areas of the city. Constructed in 2008, the building stands in a residential street, just 5-minutes’ walk from the famous church devoted to Saint-Roch. This flat, on an upper floor, extends over a total surface area of 264 m². With its contemporary design, it features versatile, functional rooms. It is particularly bright throughout courtesy of its numerous picture windows, with their unobstructed views of the rooftops of Lisbon and the river Tagus below. Well-insulated throughout summer and winter alike, it also has a staff bedroom as well as two car parking spaces and a cellar. The historically important Pr?ncipe-Real botanical gardens are but 200 metres away, as are the little restaurants and cafés that created the reputation for Lisbon’s renowned nightlife.
1 695 000 €
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