Location: Largo do Sequeira, Lisboa
Renovating the historic Santa Helena Palace and its surrounding terrains is also revalorizing one of Lisbon’s most charming and picturesque areas, besides returning to the neighborhood the familiar and sharing environment that has always shaped it. Originally executed by architect Samuel Torres de Carvalho’s pen and translated into 20 apartments which simultaneously refugee themselves in the Palace’s patio and open to wonderful and unexpected views over the Tagus river, the reconstruction of Santa Helena is a love declaration to Lisbon living.
With 20 unique apartments, from 1 to 5 bedroom configurations, you are guaranteed to find the solution that better suits your esthetic preferences and comfort needs. Divided between three different spaces (The Palace, the Patio, and the Garden) and ranging from 51 sq.m. to 483 sq.m., all the apartments drawn by architect Samuel Torres take full benefit from their location, includes private leisure areas, offers river view and greatly profits from the privileged exposure to sunlight that the Palace enjoys.