Avenidas Novas - Lisbon
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€382,000 - €1.177m
Discover this exclusive collection of eight apartments for sale in Avenidas Novas, a sought-after address in the heart of Lisbon with all amenities nearby, including the popular ‘El Corte Ingles’ mall. With beautiful vertical gardens and views of Gulbenkian Park, this property is perfect for those who enjoy the city lifestyle but still wish to stay close to nature.
Offering an elegant mix of high-end finishes and unique art deco details, these boutique apartments range from 55 to 145 sqm. The apartments themselves are well-lit and feel spacious thanks to their unusually high ceilings of 3 metres and modern layout.
All apartments have direct access to a charming communal garden with a swimming pool. Some also enjoy the beautiful views of the Gulbenkian Foundation Park, one of the most impressive parks in Lisbon and major landmark in the history of the Portuguese architecture.
Located right next to Bairro Azul, these apartments for sale are perfect for those who wish to live in the prime area of Avenidas Novas. They also represent an attractive investment opportunity with estimated long-term rental yields of up to 4%.
Many of these apartments are eligible for the renowned Portuguese Golden Visa programme. This innovative programme grants EU residency to investors and their immediate family and after five years they will have the opportunity to apply for full Portuguese (EU) citizenship.
A sophisticated and peaceful district nestled on the top of Avenida da Liberdade, Avenidas Novas is home to an eclectic mix of baroque palaces, period and modern buildings.
Famed for its unusually flat avenues, which remind one of the streets of Madrid, this neighbourhood is very sought-after by young professionals and families who are looking for a cosmopolitan yet relaxing lifestyle in the heart of the city.
An elegant family favourite, Avenidas Novas is defined by its leafy streets, aristocratic art-nouveau palaces, modern apartments and wide avenues, conjuring more an air of capitals like Madrid or Buenos Aires rather than the intimate cobble-stones and steep alleys that characterise much of Lisbon’s hilly historic centre. Predominantly flat and f...