This charming building is in one of the oldest streets in Lisbon.
The building underwent changes in the late 19th century but retained its façade of tiles and its old design.
Building with an approved project for 9 apartments, under typologies between T0 and T2.
The first floor has a garden of 89 m² and from the second floor has a river view.
São Bento is the center of Portuguese political life: it is in this district that the National Assembly (Assembleia da República) is located. The name of the neighborhood comes from the São Bento street that runs from the “Palácio de São Bento” to the “Largo do Rato”. This street is an important axis that connects the neighborhoods of Santos, Estrela, and Amoreiras. It is also a relatively narrow street, which starts in Rato (its beginning almost goes unnoticed) and that Lisboners often use. The streets around are quieter, and the traffic is almost non-existent. It is a quiet neighborhood with young residents.
Several gardens are nearby including the Jardim das Flores, the Jardim da Estrela and the area in front of the Assembly