This beautiful early 20th century listed building has been restored with the utmost care and attention to detail. Contemporary comfort is key, yet the architects made sure to highlight and preserve the façades, gables and railings, masonry and the characterful main door. One can expect to step into a pristine entrance, light-filled from the curved roof skylight. The balconies, metal frame walkway and tiles have been recovered and given new life. The transition between contemporary comfort and characterful elements is seamless. A coherent vision of style and sophistication. The building consists of 8 spacious and comfortable 3 to 4 bedroom apartments with gross areas of between 140-290 sqm.
Avenida da Liberdade or "The Avenue of Freedom" was originally modelled on 19th Century Champs Elysées, but it has its own distinct personality. Acacias and palm trees line the broad monochrome pavements that run from Restauradores to Marquês do Pombal. It is central Lisbon’s main commercial artery - adding to its roster of exclusive fashion houses, hotels, restaurants every year. In fact Robert de Niro's Nobu will be its latest a-lister additional.
These apartments offer a freedom for the seasoned traveler. Freedom of movement, freedom to stroll or sit on one of the many benches and watch the world go by or grab a drink atone of the many famous kiosks. Freedom to appreciate all that is beautiful.
A mere 20 minute drive from Lisbon Airport, and a short stroll to the Tagus River. It is framed onall sides by iconic areas, namely Bairro Alto, Príncipe Real, Alfama, Cais do Sodré and Terreiro de Paço.