Principe Real - Taipas

€710,850 - €1.286M1-3 bedroomsSold

An elevated area filled with palaces, museums, viewing points and gardens, Príncipe Real is becoming more and more cosmopolitan. Its quaint outside spaces, food markets, design-led boutiques and trendy restaurants attract buyers of all types, both international and domestic.

In a dominant raised position overlooking many of the city’s most beautiful features including the River Tagus & São Jorge Castle, Taipas 18 is a brand new collection of apartments is the historic transformation of one of Príncipe Real’s most historic buildings.

There will be twelve apartments in total at Taipas 18, all enjoying the privilege of being in one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in the city. With a wealth of amenities close by, the properties are just five minutes' walk from Chiado and less to Avenida da Liberdade with its designer boutiques and upmarket hotels.

The generous proportions of the existing period building are being used to great effect, providing very high ceilings and expansive living spaces with lots of glazing to exploit the views and light.

The one to three bedroom apartments range in size from 83-230 sqm. Once finished they will offer modern yet elegant interiors using very high specification fixtures and fittings.

Why Príncipe Real?

Príncipe Real is a trendy neighbourhood that sees lot of demand not just from international and domestic property buyers, but also upmarket and fashionable companies looking for well positioned retail spaces. The area is dotted with charming gardens making it attractive to families. Local highlights include the Botanical Garden, the São pedro de Alcântara View Point and the Museum of Natural History and Science.

About Lisbon

About Lisbon

Paris, London, Berlin, Rome are all cities that have a clear identity and cultural offering. Lisbon is complex and unique and not the obvious choice for a destination, but it is seeing an increase in popularity. Often thought of as the San Francisco of Europe, Lisbon is undergoing a major change.The city is filled with winding, hilly streets. The architecture perfectly harmonises the old with the new. In addition, Lisbon is attracting young creative talent and because of this fact it is starting to stand out as a city of design. [...]

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