3-bedroom apartment for sale, Intendente - Largo 57

€770,000 3 Bedrooms

This stunning 3-bedroom duplex apartment for sale in Largo 57, a collection of 51 apartments in the historical centre of Lisbon, is being completely renovated to offer elegant and modern property with an industrial touch. Ideally located in the vicinity of Lisbon's best touristic areas and restaurants, boutiques, hotels and parks, Intendente is an up-and-coming area where prices are still low and where the potential for capital gain is very strong.

The apartment spans 155 sqm and features an open-plan kitchen, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a further room which can be used either as an office or a single bedroom.

Unlike nearby Mouraria, Intendente is popular with younger crowds, creatives and artists and has a real atmosphere of opportunity and forward thinking. Intendente Square, well renowned for its famous tiles shop Viúva Lamego, has recently been fully renovated giving to the area a very nice look and feel. The neighbourhood is dynamic and becoming very trendy and increasingly attractive to young buyers. Prices also reflect this as they are considerably lower than neighbouring areas, ideal both for daily living as well as short-term rentals.

The development, built in a U shape, is the only project of its kind with a large communal garden and terraces or private gardens, in the area. The apartments themselves, mostly lofts and duplexes offer something different from the typical design often found in the capital with an industrial feel. Contemporary interiors offer maximum comfort and privacy. The building's unique architecture allows for plenty of natural light with views over the gardens or the square.


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About Intendente

About Intendente

Pop-up dinners, concerts, vintage artisan markets, art exhibitions and djs spinning on roof-terraces - it’s all happening in Intendente. Along with the neighbouring barrios of Mouraria and Anjos, Intendente is having a serious moment, fast evolving into one of Lisbon’s coolest neighbourhoods. A significant turning point came when Lisbon’s mayor Antonio Costa moved his offices here a few years back, claiming the former factory of Lisbon’s iconic tile brand ‘A Viúva Lamego’ as his own. This sparked the cleaning up of [...]

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