Spacious Two-Bedroom Duplex Apartment In Porto's Art District
€ 440,000£ 378,939$ 458,237
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Porto, Porto & The Green Coast
Ownership Status: Company
Built in: 2022
93m2 Build size
€ 4,731£ 4,074$ 4,927
/ m2 build
The Development is located in the area defined for urban rehabilitation and in the vicinity of the emblematic residential and commercial area of Cedofeita.
The contemporary architectural and design project shows itself in perfect harmony with the feeling of the area involved and the city.
With studio, 1 and 2 bedrooms, Duplex, elevator and leisure area with garden, jacuzzi and barbecue. The apartments are worthy of permanent housing, due to their configurations and central location. They are also an attractive investment for short term rental accommodation.
Cedofeita is a rising area known for its artistic ambience, with innovative contemporary galleries on Miguel Bombarda Street, vintage shops and simple Portuguese restaurants all over the area, as well as nightlife bars and popular cafés.
Nearby, the mythical Crystal Palace Garden, the most beautiful garden of the City and also the National Museum Soares dos Reis, a 18th century palace that has ceramics, jewels, Portuguese sculptures and paintings of the 16th to 20th centuries.
Porto, capital of the north and the second city of Portugal, known worldwide for its wine and its history, declared World Heritage by UNESCO since 1996. With a geographical location of charm and excellence, strategically positioned at the crossroads of Europe, Africa and America. In its daily life, you feel the presence of the Douro River and the perfect fusion with the old and the contemporary.
The city is authentic with its history, the "Ribeira", the bridges, beautiful neighbourhoods, some of them with undoubted nobility, hospitality and gastronomy. Referred to as one of the safest cities in Europe, Porto is one of the best places to visit and live in the world.
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