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DETAILS

  • TypeHouse
  • YearNONE
  • Bedrooms7
  • Bathrooms5
  • Living area621 (Meters)
  • Property land size621
  • Floors3
  • Number parking garageNONE
  • Swimming poolYes
  • ConditionNew
  • Property ID8119

DESCRIPTION

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Excellent location in one of the most charming neighborhoods of Lisbon, near Praça do Príncipe Real,

Neoclassical palace in very good condition, with 685m2, divided by three floors. Noble materials and finishes, woods from Brazil, marbles, tiles, high ceilings and worked make this house a unique space.

Ground floor,

Large entrance hall, dining room with direct access to the kitchen and pantry, an office and an apartment with 66m2 independent entrance and that can also be used as a garage for 3 cars.

Access to the 1st floor

A beautiful staircase, illuminated by a skylight that lets in natural light.

Floor 1

It is the social area par excellence, 3 large living rooms, 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom.

The 2nd floor

3 bedrooms, a private room, 2 full bathrooms and terrace with 28m2.

The stolen waters

a suite, with access to a balcony with unobstructed views over the city.

Elevator access on all floors

Neoclassicism in Portugal

Due to the factor of an emergence in a very troubled time, Neoclassicism in Portugal develops in its own way, struggling with problems of an artistic and economic order, imposing a periodization different from the rest of Europe. In the second half of the century, a little later than in the rest of Europe, Neoclassicism emerged, especially in Lisbon and Porto, and in the early nineteenth century there was a near halt in artistic programs. This fact is due to the great instability caused by a succession of overwhelming events for the country, namely the flight of the royal family to Brazil in 1807 (a fact of fundamental importance for both countries), French invasions, later/consequent English rule, liberal revolution in 1820, return of the royal family in 1821, independence from Brazil and the loss of colonial trade in 1822. Shortly afterwards the absolutist counter-revolution took place, giving rise to the liberal wars, which maintained the instability until 1834, allowing the normal artistic and economic development only almost in the middle of the century. In view of the above, it is no wonder that the style remains, along with Romanticism, until the early twentieth century.

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Private Luxury Real Estate

Address: Avenida da Liberdade 157 - R/C drt , Lisbon, 1250-141, Portugal

Contact Name: Filipe Lourenço

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