Chiado - Lisbon
This charming one bedroom apartment is located in the heart of the sought-after area of Chiado, the very heart of downtown Lisbon. Part of a unique collection of 16 new-build apartments for sale, this residency is perfect for those who wish to live a sophisticated yet comfortable lifestyle in the city centre.
Just like the surrounding area of Chiado, these properties effortlessly marry historic charm with modern influences. With period influences and some historic details, this new-build property pairs a Pombaline-inspired facade with contemporary and sophisticated interiors.
With a total area of 75 sqm, this one bedroom apartment benefits from a spacious master bedroom and plenty of light.
It also benefits from private underground parking, which is a very desired asset in downtown Lisbon, and a charming communal garden with a swimming pool.
With high-end finishes and a prestigious address this apartment is a great investment opportunity for those who wish to invest in the city centre for the ultimate lifestyle. In a neighbourhood where property prices can reach up to €12,000 per sqm, this one bedroom apartment is very well-priced with an average of €9,193 per sqm, being also a great investment to rent out with yields of up to 3.8% for long term rentals. These residencies are also eligible for the Portuguese Golden Visa Programme, the acclaimed residency programme which paves the way to European citizenship.
It also has private underground parking, which is a very desired feature in the centre of Lisbon and a charming common garden with a swimming pool.
The very heart of the city, chic Chiado is a mix of modern and traditional influences. Every day, locals and visitors chose this area for its unique restaurants, high-end and traditional shops and charming historical cafes. Trendy but still traditional, lively Chiado is where art and culture collide, with several famous art galleries, museums, artisan shops and theatres just a step away from each other.
Elegant, bustling Chiado has long been Lisbon’s calling card. Draped over a hill that runs down from Bairro Alto to Baixa and the River Tagus, most of the buildings devastated in the 1988 fire were restored by architect Álvaro Siza Vieira to create one of the more refined and sophisticated spots in the city. Now populated with a myriad of shops...