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Jardim da Gloria

Graça, Lisbon

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Jardim da Glória, a complex of 5 buildings set on a 5000 m2 estate in the heart of Graça neighbourhood, these spacious and modern apartments are ideal for owners wanting to live a practical and comfortable life in this authentic part of Lisbon - an absolute gem.

Guarded by 3 fully renovated period buildings, this project extends to 2 modern 4 storey buildings, the apartments on offer range between 97 to 245m2, 2 to 4 bedrooms, and offering either terraces or gardens up to 179 m2 these modern residences present tailor-made finishes and top-of-the-line design.

Designed by ARX Architects, the Gondwana Biodiversity Development and José Veludo (one of the best landscapers in town), this project combines historic features with modern architecture and biophilia design, resulting in a seamless integration of the natural world into modern living. From communal to private gardens, swimming pool, a relaxation centre and spa, a vegetable garden, a kid’s area and private parking… Jardim da Glória, also known as the green island, promises to address everyone’s needs.

Dated back to the 13th century, Graça is set on the highest of the seven hills of Lisbon, above Alfama and next to the castle, offering spectacular views over the castle, the river and the city. Known for two very famous viewpoints, Miradouro de Santa Graça and Miradouro da Senhora do Monte, this typical neighbourhood is a preferred spot to many.

A beautiful district where traditional architecture, cobblestones streets, trams and Portuguese tiles along with a slow-paced way of life, hardback to an older Lisbon. Surrounded by beautiful squares, open-air cafés, colourful houses and local stores and restaurants, this charming neighbourhood vibrates authenticity and simplicity.

2 - 4 bedrooms starting at €600,000 to €1.875M

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Graça is the Lisbon picture perfect neighbourhood,  a picturesque labyrinth of narrow paths winding down the hill, intriguing aromas infuse the air and charming vignettes of daily life abound. Stroll the streets to catch lamenting rifts of Fado, Portugal’s national folk music, which was born here in Alfama.

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