Principe Real - Lisbon
$2.986m - $3.719m
Right in the heart of the city, these properties for sale in Lisbon are a few steps away from Avenida da Liberdade, Chiado and Largo do Rato. Surrounded by scenic viewpoints, beautiful gardens, peaceful squares, trendy concept stores, cafes and restaurants, this voguish area breathes authenticity and singularity.
The Salitre 183 exclusive collection consists of 6 magnificent apartments for sale in a renovated art-deco building in one of the most beautiful and noble districts in Lisbon – Príncipe Real. Located in a very desirable street, this project is one of the last opportunities for a refurbished apartment that combines elegance, space and sophistication.
With only one apartment per floor, starting from an ample 107 sqm for a one bed, going up to 235 sqm for a four bed, Salitre 183 presents high-end finishes with stunning interior design. All apartments benefit from parking and a private garden or a south-facing spacious terrace with stunning views of the 25th of April bridge – and all just 100m away from from the famed Jardim do Príncipe Real, 300m from Largo do Rato and 500m from Avenida da Liberdade.
Rua do Salitre is a discrete, quiet and sophisticated residential street that combines modern architecture from the 20s to the 40s with the traditional Pombal style from the 18th century. In the immediate proximity you can find small charming restaurants and distinctive design stores.
Often named as the ‘second Chiado’, this area has fewer tourists and offers lower prices by comparison, which results in high demand and good potential for capital gain. It is a perfect investment for families wanting to live peacefully in the centre of Lisbon or investors wanting a safe capital investment.
This neighbourhood is one of the most sought-after areas in the historical centre, known for its charismatic and vibrant atmosphere. Very central and close to all prime locations and means of transport, Príncipe Real is home to Lisbon’s beautiful botanical garden, the National Museum of Natural History and Science and some of the hippest spots for shopping and modern cuisine.
Highly appreciated by locals and foreigners, this neighbourhood is a mix of chic and casual, tranquillity and excitement, where you can choose between having dinner at one of the finest restaurants in town or a relaxed refreshing drink at São Pedro de Alcântara viewpoint looking out onto the castle.
Considered by Lisboetas to be amongst Lisbon’s loveliest neighbourhoods, Príncipe Real is named in homage to Queen Maria II's firstborn “Royal Prince”. Calm and elegant, this neighbourhood offers a more peaceful alternative to Bairro Alto, its charmingly boisterous neighbour. Set on the pinnacle of one of Lisbon’s seven hills, Príncipe Real slop...