Príncipe Real is one of the most cosmopolitan areas of Lisbon. It is a wealthy area with elegant mansions, museums, shops and exciting bars and restaurants. It is also an idyllic residential neighbourhood with many modern properties for sale. Considered one of the preferred address of young Portuguese locals and international investors, Principe Real slopes up from one of the city’s best viewpoints, set on the pinnacle of one of Lisbon’s seven hills where Chiado, Estrela, Avenida da Liberdade and Largo do Rato meet. Explore our exclusive portfolio of apartments for sale in Principe Real, a chic, cosmopolitan and highly sought-after area.
Located in the heart of the city, with a contrasting blend of tranquil, leafy squares and a vibrant social scene has turned Principe Real into one of the most sought-after areas to live in Lisbon. The unique Salitre 183 apartments for sale with only one apartment per floor, ranging from one to four-bedroom apartments, combines modern architecture with the traditional Portuguese 18th century style. It has high-end finishes with modern refined interior design, parking, a spacious terrace and private garden. The property benefits from a prime location, nearby transportation hubs, good schools and universities. In addition, it is a short walk to Avenida da Liberdade and its luxury stores and fine dining. This pleasant residential district has colourful, elegant apartments and mansions connected by a patch-work of noble squares, with century-old trees, tranquil ponds and flashes of spectacular views over the city and glittering Tagus River.
Principe Real is a neighbourhood loved by locals, Portuguese and international clients. It has fewer visitors than other neighbourhoods and lower prices, resulting in high demand and good potential for capital gain. As an important commercial destination, the neighbourhood has many conceptual stores as much as small art galleries and antique stores. The day-to-day life in the neighbourhood has its own rhythm resulting in a gentle mix of the traditional and the contemporary creating a charming personality. Buying a property for sale in Principe Real is a perfect investment for families wanting to live peacefully in the centre of Lisbon or investors wanting a safe capital investment.
Ignited by the interest of locals and international investors, its many charms are no longer a secret and prices for luxury newly-built apartments for sale in Príncipe Real range between €6,500 and €11,000 per sqm. Principe Real apartments have a unique combination of traditional and modern architectural restoration, together with a hybrid of the peaceful and bustling area filled with concept shops and excellent restaurants. Investment and residential growth are on the rise, transforming the neighbourhood into one of Lisbon’s more sought after locations. As a result, while Principe Real is not the market for rapid capital appreciation, it’s one of the city’s loveliest options for investors planning to live in the property. Chic and centrally located, properties for sale in Principe Real offer strong long and short term rental opportunities.
São Pedro de Alcântara viewpoint is always a good choice, any time of the day. It is where artisanal market stalls selling fresh lemonade draw young families, while residents soak up the views in the shade of the olive trees. Have a stroll around the neighbourhood to enjoy tranquil locations such as Jardim do Príncipe Real, with shaded benches under a vast and dense cedar, and the beautiful Lisbon Botanical Garden. The neighbourhood also has many small art galleries, antique stores and voguish restaurants such as the Memmo Hotel Restaurant, Jardim dos Sentidos, Yakuza, and the panoramic Lost In. Make sure to also have tapas at Tapisco and an eccentric experience at Pavilhão Chinês. Recently, a crumbling 1877 mansion on Praça do Príncipe Real was reborn as, Embaixada, turning the new-Arabian Palace into one of the most iconic buildings and home to a series of national brands and artists focused on Portuguese design, craftsmanship, fashion, gastronomy and culture.