Alfama - Lisbon
Located in Alfama, a quintessential Lisboeta neighbourhood, this apartment for sale in Lisbon is moments away from restaurants, museums, the cathedral and Miradouro de Santa Luzia.
Located on the first floor, this 183 sqm apartment enjoys high moulded ceilings and amazing views over the river, the 25 de Abril Bridge and the cathedral. This property for sale in Alfama is bathed in light, thanks to its elegant light colour scheme and large windows which make the most of Lisbon’s 300 days of sunshine.
Ideal for families, this apartment features two bedrooms with Juliet balconies and there is an additional room, currently serving as a walk-in wardrobe for the master bedroom, which can be transformed into an extra bedroom.
The apartment also features a dining room, a living room and a kitchen with a small breakfast area. There is also a separate office – perfect for those who work remotely or need a quiet space for reading or studying.
This apartment for sale in Alfama is perfect for families who want to live in a soulful and traditional part of the capital. Plus, it makes for an interesting long-term rental investment too as the authentic location and spacious interior will attract families moving to Lisbon from abroad. Another advantage of this property is that it is eligible for the Portuguese Golden Visa programme. Bringing in more than €5bn to date, this excellent programme grants residency to investors and their immediate family and paves the way to full Portuguese (EU) citizenship.
The oldest neighbourhood in Lisbon, the labyrinthine streets of Alfama wind from São Jorge Castle down to the Tagus river. This authentic and charming neighbourhood offers panoramic views over the city and is home to some of the capital’s most iconic landmarks including Lisbon cathedral, often just called Sé, and the baroque Panteão Nacional.
As quintessentially ‘Lisboeta’ as they come, authentic Alfama will have you charmed in seconds. A picturesque labyrinth of narrow paths winding down the hill, intriguing aromas infuse the air and charming vignettes of daily life abound. Stroll the streets to catch lamenting rifts of Fado, Portugal’s national folk music, which was born here in A...