, Lisboa, Portugal
3 bedroom apartment totally renovated, in one of the most trendy areas of the city of Lisbon - Príncipe Real.
After a careful and profound renovation, this apartment has adapted to the standards of a modern experience, with functional and fully equipped kitchen, modern finishes, extra storage, air conditioning in all rooms.
The rooms and the living room also enjoy a balcony of 12m2 that surrounds the entire apartment and that provides an unleaked view over Lisbon and still plenty of natural light.
The apartment also has access to a terrace of 100m2.
It is distributed as follows: - Living Room; - Fully equipped open kitchen; - 3 Bedrooms with wardrobe; -2 Full bathrooms; - Guest bathroom.
Other: - Balcony; - Terrace; - Air conditioned.
Misericórdia is a Portuguese parish of the municipality of Lisbon, belonging to the Zone of the Historical Centre of the capital.
The Príncipe Real is one of the most desirable residential areas of Lisbon. Beautiful, grand 19th-century buildings face parks and quiet squares. The streets are filled with antique shops and independent boutiques. It is close to the best viewpoint of Lisbon.
The Jardim do Príncipe Real is a central point of this neighbourhood, being located next to the Street of the Polytechnic School that joins the Largo do Rato to Bairro Alto.
Arriving at Bairro Alto, coming from Príncipe Real, it is impossible not to see the Mirador de São Pedro de Alcantara. Recovered in 2008, this viewpoint offers fantastic views of Baixa Lisboeta and São Jorge Castle, reaching the Tagus River in the distance.
Mainly occupied by intellectuals, artists, university students, and not to mention tourists, Bairro Alto, with its wide variety of restaurants, fado houses, cafes and bars, is the most attractive cultural centre of the city.
And finally, Chiado, the heart of the city. The must-see neighbourhood where century-old shops live alongside trendy brands, signature restaurants and places to see and be seen with lots of live music and entertainment. Energy Rating: In progress #ref:APA_6494