, Lisboa, Portugal
Amazing villa with 9 bedrooms, with terraces and garage next to the Amoreiras garden.
This fantastic villa is divided into 4 floors:
Floor 0/Garages: - Entrance hall service door with a bathroom; - 2 independent garage doors; one for one car and other for 3 cars.
Ground floor: - Office with winter garden full of light; - Living room; - 2 bedrooms en-suite; - Guest bathroom.
There is a sub floor with: - Maid's room; - Living room; - 2 bathrooms; - Laundry area; - Technical zone.
Floor 1: - Living room and dining room with 120 sqm facing a large terrace; - The Dining room has access to the pantry; - Equipped kitchen Gaggenau also with access to the terrace; - Deck terrace with 150 m2, with a dining area; - Guest bathroom.
2nd floor: - Master bedroom with two closets and 2 bathrooms; - 2 bedrooms; - One complete bathroom.
- Elevator; - Garage for 4 cars; - Air conditioner; - Central Heating; - Electric shutters; - Fully equipped kitchen; - Pantry; - Cup; - Jacuzzi.
At the end of the twelfth century, and under the authority of the Bishop of Lisbon, the first ten parishes appear in the capital (a delimited area, in the city or in the countryside, inhabited by individuals who followed the same cult, mother church). In 1247, São Mamede is born, famous for hosting the Botanical Garden of Lisbon and the National Press Building. It is the oldest of the parishes that today form the one of Santo António.
In the XVI century, the Jewish communes and the Mouraria of Lisbon are extinguished. At the same time, conquests, navigation and maritime trade bring more wealth to the kingdom. An increase in population brings the need to create more parishes. Twelve new parishes emerge in November 1567. Among them, the parish of S. José, which stands out for hosting sites such as Parque Mayer, Avenida da Liberdade and Tivoli Cinema. Energy Rating: C #ref:CAS_6150