Property for Sale in Chiado, Lisbon | Athena Advisers
Property for Sale in Chiado, Lisbon

Chiado remains one of the most distinguished neighbourhoods in Lisbon with a wide variety of shops, boutiques, bars, restaurants and home highly desirable properties. 

Rising between the west side of Baixa towards Bairro Alto, the iconic Chiado became the centre of Portuguese Romanticism in 1856 thanks to the creation of the literary guild, a club of intellectuals at the time, turning the neighbourhood into a must-see for anyone who wanted to be known in the city. 

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Explore our handpicked portfolio of apartments for sale in Chiado and contact one of our property experts who will happily share more information, help you with the purchase process and advise on the tax incentive programmes.

Why buy a property in Chiado

“An iconic, charming, highly desirable neighbourhood with modern services and amenities, Chiado can be considered a safe bet for investment.”

David Moura-George, Managing Director, Portugal & Real Estate Specialist

Chiado Selected.

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Our team of property experts have found the very best apartments and real estate for sale in Chiado, Lisbon. With a modern-minded approach we apply to everything we do.


As one of the most refined and sophisticated neighbourhoods in Lisbon, our carefully selected apartments for sale in Chiado enjoy prime locations with shops, restaurants, public transport links and bars just steps away. There is a range of property opportunities in Chiado, such as Flores, the fully-furnished studio apartments and Ferragial with five-bedrooms, spacious dining and living rooms and office space. Bragança 10 has apartments for sale ranging from 76 sqm to 168 sqm and include elegant balconies, contemporary and sophisticated interiors and private underground parking which is a rare asset in downtown Lisbon. Much like the surrounding Chiado neighbourhood, these properties effortlessly marry historic charm with modern influences.

Expert opinion

The first of Lisbon’s neighbourhoods to undergo significant renovation, prices for properties for sale in Chiado are amongst the highest in Lisbon, rising sharply in the last 5 years to hit around €12,000 for the top-end of the market. An iconic, charming, highly desirable neighbourhood with modern services and amenities, Chiado can be considered a safe bet for investment.

Investment potential

Just a few minutes walk from the Tagus River, properties for sale in Chiado are the ultimate lifestyle investment offering the sought-after combination of jaw-dropping views, prime location and spacious interiors. In addition, 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. The area is known as a cultural zone and the apartments for sale in Chiado are ideal, both as a buy-to-let investment as well as a second home. Property prices can reach up to €12,000 per sqm, but the average is €9,747 per sqm. Perfect to live in now or to rent out, our Chiado apartments for sale offer great capital gains and long net rental yields up to 3.8%. This historic meeting point for the city’s artists and intellectuals is now an exciting investment opportunity.

Things to do

Chiado is continually evolving and new shops, bars and restaurants are opening up all the time. Palácio do Chiado is a highly recommended restaurant offering traditional Portuguese and international cuisine within the spectacular setting of an 18th century palace. If you feel like going for a cocktail, try Silk Club. As an area historically known for its intellectual connections, there are several statues of literary figures such as Fernando Pessoa, one of Portugal’s greatest poets, sitting outside Café A Brasileira. Its busy streets are also home to several theatres and great shopping experiences such as, Armazém of Chiado, with its luxury shops. Be sure to visit the historic ruins of Convento do Carmo, check out the stunning views from Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcantara and visit Museu do Chiado (National Museum of Contemporary Art) with works from the second half of the 19th century.


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How we work.

Our approach allows us to confidently present our clients not only with beautiful properties, but also with sound investment opportunities in each of our markets thanks to both the local presence of our on-the-ground experts and the strong network of highly regarded developers and architects we’ve formed exclusive partnerships with.

Contact our property advisers

A highly skilled team, each with their own areas of specialist knowledge and expertise.

David Moura-George

Managing Director, Portugal

Alex Montier

Senior Adviser

Niamh Erbek

Head Senior Adviser


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