Santos - Lisbon
1,453 SQFT (135 SQM)
This one-bedroom apartment for sale is located between the trendy neighbourhoods of Santos and Cais do Sodré in Lisbon. The property is within walking distance from the Tagus river and features high-end finishes throughout, making it an attractive home or rental investment.
Spanning 159 sqm of interior space, this apartment features exceptional finishes and is well-lit thanks to its large windows. The apartment includes one bedroom and two mezzanine floors.
The building, a former warehouse, has been completely refurbished and transformed into a collection of bright and spacious apartments. The property also enjoys a communal terrace which creates a quiet atmosphere for the residents in the middle of the busy city centre. Another highlight of the building is the outdoor exercise area on the rooftop which allows the residents to exercise with a view over the Tagus river.
For investors, this apartment represents an excellent opportunity for rentals with an estimated rental yield of 4,5%. Plus, it is an ideal choice for those who want to live in one of Lisbon’s most sought-after neighbourhoods, being close to several business hubs and major transport links.
The apartment is also eligible for the Golden Visa programme, which offers residency to those who invest in €500,000 or more in real estate. After five years, it is possible to apply for Portuguese citizenship.
The areas of Cais do Sodré and Santos are located by the Tagus river and are very lively, bustling areas both by day and night. The neighbourhood of Santos was named Santos Design District in 2005 and has evolved into an area for art enthusiasts and designers, who live and work side-by-side. Cais do Sodré is one of Lisbon’s trendiest nightlife areas, with popular bars, restaurants and nightclubs. Home to schools, art studios and restaurants, this is an area full of life. Combining colourful facades and charming historic buildings with modern architecture, this area has a unique and dynamic atmosphere.
Thanks to its proximity to Lisbon’s Port and Old Ship Yard, Santos was historically an industrial area with very few residential options. Yet since being dubbed the Santos Design District in 2005, the riverside neighborhood has evolved into a beacon for art enthusiasts and designers, who live and work side-by-side. In recent years, the shabby-c...