Apartments for sale, Campo de Ourique - Casas D’Ourique

€600,000 1 - 2 Bedrooms Last unit

Campo de Ourique is one of Lisbon’s hidden gems and a Lisbonite’s favourite place to live due to its proximity to the more central districts like Príncipe Real and Estrela and its affordable living prices. With great restaurants, good schools nearby and lots of regeneration (the area is now the home to Lisbon’s second Time Out market), this is a fantastic area for long-term investment supported by long-term rentals.

This renovated building preserves the typical architecture of Lisbon using only Portuguese materials, which makes these properties for sale very charming. All have exterior space facing south, bringing lots of natural light inside. The development is within walking distance to all facilities.

All apartments for sale have dual orientations and the high-quality finishings make these properties unique.

The building is located in a flat zone between Príncipe Real and Estrela, in a very sought-after area in the heart of Lisbon near Amoreiras and the school Lycée Français Charles Lepierre, which is very popular with expatriates and the Portuguese.

Less than 700 meters from the Rato metro station and at the crossroads of many motorways serving the city and its gates, the property complex enjoys a quiet location in close proximity to the main Lisbon shopping centres.

Campo de Ourique is a very up-and-coming area. There is a lot going on at the moment - the area is developing fast and has a lot of demand - so prices will increase quickly, but are currently still lower than in neighbouring Estrela or Príncipe Real, offering an excellent opportunity for the Golden Visa programme or for great potential for capital gain.

About Lisbon

About Lisbon

Lisbon is complex and unique and until recently wasn't seen as the obvious choice for property investment, but in the past few years, it has seen a dramatic increase in popularity. Paris, London, Berlin, Rome are all cities that have a clear identity and cultural offering. Often thought of as the San Francisco of Europe, Lisbon is undergoing a major change. Portugal's capital is filled with winding, hilly streets. The architecture perfectly harmonises the old with the new. In addition, Lisbon is attracting young creative talent and [...]

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