This 2 bedroom apartment, inserted in the Falcarreira Palace, one of the most emblematic buildings in Lisbon, has a very high ceiling, lots of light, an outdoor patio and 2 parking spaces.
- Entrance hall with 4.93 m2;
- Living room with 36.14 m2;
- Kitchen with 17.90 m2;
- Guest bathroom;
- Master suite with 15.95 m2 + bathroom with 8.36 m2;
- Bedroom en-suite with 13.68 m2 + bathroom with 4.94 m2.
- 2 parking spaces.
Note: The pictures available are of the showroom apartment. The floor plan is what is representative of the actual apartment.
Excellent opportunity for those who want to live in an emblematic building, recovered to the highest quality standards and 10 minutes walk from Príncipe Real or Avenida da Liberdade.
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.