Apartments for sale - Baixa, Arco Augusta

€425,000 - €1.1MStudio-2 bedroomsLast 2 units

Brand new build apartments for sale in Lisbon, Arco Augusta is the most significant regeneration of a historic building in Baixa since Lisbon’s recent wave of gentrification began.

Just set off Praça do Comércio, the world’s most renowned square in Lisbon, these superbly renovated apartments for sale are part of a beautiful period building, previously owned by the second largest bank in Portugal, Banco Espirito Santo. The beautiful historic building lies by the stunning Arco Augusta, where the famous Rua Augusta starts.

Renovated by one of the finest property developers in the Portuguese capital, some apartments in this building dating back from 1767 will benefit from exterior spaces, from the typical Pombalian balcony of 3sqm to large terraces of up to 24 sqm.

Spread across 5 floors, the apartments, with a sleek and elegant design, feature an open plan kitchen, en-suite bedrooms with equipped bathrooms and an extra guest room. The properties have been designed to cater for modern living standards while combining the traditional features of the Pombalian architecture.

Perfectly located in Baixa, one of the trendiest and most touristic areas of Lisbon, Praça do Comércio is one of the finest areas of the capital and reflects the colonial power and influence Portugal once commanded. Both the River Tagus and bustling Rua Augusta, with its restaurants, boutiques, traditional Portuguese shops and tourist hotspots such as the elevator Santa Justa or Modern Art museum are right on the building’s doorstep. These apartments for sale are an ideal property investment for short-term rentals and for the popular Portugal Golden Visa, one of the best visa programs for permanent residency & a European passport, when investing in one of these beautiful apartments for sale. Click here if you want to learn more about the program.

About Baixa

About Baixa

Think Baixa, think grand architecture, monumental squares and a busy commercial hub. Descending from nearby Chiado via the Elevador de Santa Justa, Baixa unfolds in a rectilinear street grid down towards the riverfront, a rarely relenting energy coursing through its veins. Rua Augusta, one of Baixa’s main attractions, is to Lisbon what Covent Garden is to London, its mosaic-ed pedestrianised walkways alive with outdoor cafes, tiled Art Deco shop-fronts, flower shops, terraced restaurants and the occasional street artist and [...]

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