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Price List €450.000 – 895.000
In the middle of one of Lisbon’s most characterful hilltop neighbourhoods - Graça, stands a luscious green oasis were wellness, comfort, and connection to nature is valued above all else. Escape the winding, cobbled streets to your very own inner-city sanctuary - complete with landscaped gardens, a swimming pool, an orchard, extensive lawns, grove, SPA and playground for little ones.
Inside Jardim da Glória, one can find a new contemporary building made up of 6 one bedroom apartments and 1 two bedroom apartment; all unfolding into green spaces, in the form of terraces and / balconies.
The back façade of the building beckons in light through large windows, which is ideal in a country with 300 days of sunshine per year.
· 6 x One Bedroom Apartments
· 58m2 – 73m2 Gross Internal Areas
· 1 Bathroom
· 1 Parking Space
· Garden / Terraces
· 1 x Two Bedroom Apartment
· 137m2 Gross Internal Area
· 2 x Suites
· 1 Guest Bathroom
· 1 Parking Space
About the Area
Graça is known for its resplendent panoramic Lisbon views, in fact, two of its viewpoints – Miradouro Nossa Senhora do Monte and Miradouro da Graça rank highest on the list. In Graça you feel a true sense of authenticity. A short walk from São Jorge Castle leads you to this charming ‘village’ neighbourhood; dotted with laidback local tascas and coffee shops.
Graça is known for its ‘Villas Operárias’ or ‘workers villages’ built by the industrialists in late 1800s to house the workers of the time. The most famous is Vila Berta, which becomes even more vibrant during the June ‘Santos’ festivities.
Have a picnic at Jardim da Cerca da Graça gardens, and meander up the cobbledstreets whilst looking out for famous street art by artists such as Vhils and Shepard Fairey.
Pay a visit to Graça’s convent and church, originally built in 1291 and restored inthe late 1700s, and soak in the beauty of its baroque tile panels.