One-bedroom duplex apartment of 65 sq.m on the top floor.
The apartment is ideally located in the prestigious district of Chiado between the popular neighbourhoods of Bairro Alto and Baixa. Chiado Flats will be a fully refurbished building with 25 apartments varying from studios to two bedroom apartments. The top floor apartments will have river views whilst all properties will include air-conditioning, double-glazed windows, a fully equipped kitchen and furniture. Chiado Flats is an exciting new residential project located on Rua da Emenda in the desirable Chiado neighbourhood of Lisbon. This historical enclave of the city has a wealth of cultural offerings, with several museums, theatres and coffee shops. It is also ideally positioned between the popular neighbourhoods of Bairro Alto and BaixaUp until the 1960s Chiado acted as the meeting point for the aristocracy, artists and intellectuals. It eventually became a beloved touristic site thanks to its picturesque streets and squares, cultural attractions, and coffee shops. It is also home of the oldest bookshop in Europe - Bertrand Bookshop - which opened in 1747. Chiado Flats sits close to the bookshop, the famous Camões Square and the famous coffee shop “A Brasileira”.The area is well connected by public transportation including the Baixa Chiado metro station, Cais do Sodré train station and multiple bus routes. Chiado Flats will be a fully refurbished building with 25 apartments varying from studios to two bedroom apartments. The top floor apartments will have river views whilst all properties will include air-conditioning, double-glazed windows, a fully equipped kitchen and furniture. All the apartments come with a rental guarantee of 3% for 5 years, and all the costs, such as condominium, water, electricity, management and maintenance fees, will be supported by the management company who will run the building during 5 years. The building has a 5-year warranty construction.
Chiado is one of the most elegant and charismatic neighbourhoods in Lisbon and is located between Bairro Alto and Baixa. Most of the buildings date back to the 18th centu...Discover more