This brand new collection of 12 apartments is located in Bairro Alto, an eclectic neighbourhood, tucked between elegant Principe Real and uber chic Chiado. Rua da Rosa is a quaint and lively cobblestoned street that runs through Bairro Alto, in the heart of the historic centre, enabling the future owners to explore Lisbon easily.
Rua da Rosa 55 offers 12 apartments, from one bedroom to three bedrooms including duplexes and range in size from 61 to 139 sqm. Spread across three buildings, t with three and four floors and spread around a private patio, a unique feature in this part of Lisbon, the apartments are spacious and filled with light.
The original façade featuring typical Pombalian architecture is being renovated, keeping the beautiful original style whilst upgrading the properties to the 21st century by offering most units outside space. The apartments located on the upper floors will enjoy a glimpse of the River Tagus and the April 25th Bridge.
Designed by the architectural atelier Appleton and Domingos, the interior spaces are elegant and modern, with special attention paid to the quality of the finishing materials and construction techniques.
The prices per square metre at Rua da Rosa 55 are still low in comparison to its neighbouring districts of Chiado and Príncipe Real, with the properties therefore representing great value locally and internationally.
The immediate vicinity offers everything you need; restaurants, shops, cafes, boutiques and cultural highlights are all on your doorstep.
Why Bairro Alto?
Located on one of the hills of Lisbon, between elegant Prìncipe Real and trendy Chiado, the narrow cobblestoned streets of Bairro Alto are filled with local and traditional shops next to trendy restaurants and seduce the local and international population, especially at nights where bars and restaurants get overcrowded and create a truly unique experience in Lisbon.
Bairro Alto was settled during the second half of the 15th century, when Lisbon’s commercial development provoked a large growth in the population. Even if this part of the city did not suffer much from the earthquake, most of the buildings were renovated and date from 18th and 19th centuries and are an appealing mixture of small churches, warehouses and antique and art galleries.
Home to artists and bohemians as well as an older crowd, Bairro Alto has a vibe that is avant-guarde, a shabby chic neighbourhood, where everything happens at night.