Chiado - Lisbon
Situated in Chiado, the very heart of downtown Lisbon, this apartment is part of a charming collection fo 16 new-build apartments for sale occupy a sought-after location just a short walk from the river Tagus, theatres, shops, restaurants and transport links.
Like Chiado, these properties effortlessly marry historic charm with modern influences as this new-build property pairs a Pombaline-inspired facade with contemporary and sophisticated interiors. With an area of 121 sqm and charming pombaline inspired windows, this apartment is spacious, has plenty of light and features a walk-in closet.
All residences benefit from private underground parking – an extremely rare asset in downtown Lisbon. In addition, owners will have access to a charming communal garden with a swimming pool.
Offering the ultimate mix of high-end finishes, spacious interiors and a prestigious address these apartments are an exciting investment opportunity. In a neighbourhood where property prices can reach up to €12,000 per sqm, these apartments are well-priced with an average of €9,747 per sqm.
Plus, all of these properties are available and eligible for the Portuguese Golden Visa Programme, the acclaimed residency programme which paves the way to European citizenship. Perfect to live in or to rent out, these apartments offer great capital gains and long net rental yields up to 3.8%.
Lisbon's Baixa will go under some changes after June 2020. In order to reduce CO2 emissions and to promote pedestrian spaces, the government will reduce the car circulation in this area. Thus, being able to park in Baixa and not be dependent on local parking is a great plus to remain close to all amenities.
Located right in the heart of the city, modern and traditional influences collide in chic Chiado. Popular with locals and visitors alike, this lively neighbourhood is home to a plethora of restaurants, quaint cafes, trendy bars and shops.
Despite the hustle and bustle, one can still find the artisan ateliers of some of Lisbon’s most renowned designers tucked down the side-streets, while Chiado’s array of theatres are a pillar of Lisbon’s cultural soul.
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...