Villa - 163 m2 - T8




House • 8 room(s) • 8 Bed. • 3 Bath. • 163 m² • Ref: 77091

Portugal, Lisbon, Excellent investment opportunity! House for total remodeling, It faces sideways with private lots of single-family houses, lot 270 to the north, lot 266 to the south. The tardoz, confronts with street of public access, allowing pedestrian and road access to the interior of the various confining lots, including their; The existing building is degraded, verifying that the existing building is not registered in the list of heritage to be preserved nor has characteristics that give it cultural or architectural interest. The lot is located in an urban area, designated in the current MDP as Central and Residential Space outlined Urban D Consolidated. Area of lot494m2. Alvalade is one of the most recent parishes of Lisbon, following the administrative reorganization of 8 November 2012, which entered into force on September 29, 2013. The new parish united the old parishes of Alvalade, Campo Grande and São João de Brito and its history inevitably dates back to the past of these three territories. Alvalade was, until the mid-twentieth century, essentially formed by fields, farms and vegetable gardens, used for the summer moments of the nobility and, later, as a recreational space and sport of the population. Here were some of the most important events of the city's life, such as the cattle fair and the Battle of Flowers, which took place in Campo Grande. He was born as a parish in 1852, joining the Municipality of Lisbon in 1885. Associated with the development of the city, it is divided in 1959, giving rise to the parishes of Campo Grande, Alvalade and São João de Brito. In the 1930s the parish knows its period of greatest development, with major architectural projects integrated in the Urbanization Plan of the South Zone of Avenida Alferes Malheiro, of which we can highlight the Avenue of Rome, the Stake District, the Neighborhood of São Miguel, the Towers of Avenida dos Unidos de América and, in the 1940s, the construction of the Alvalade district. In the 1970s, several metro stations of the green line were inaugurated, one of the main means of transport in the city. Alvalade was considered a symbol of modern Lisbon. In the 1980s, a new construction wave emerged, with several buildings erected in the University City, such as the Tombo Tower and new colleges. The beginning of the 21st century brings the requalification of the public space, with interventions in existing spaces, such as the Campo Grande garden and Quinta do Narigão, and the creation of new infrastructure, such as bike paths, the canine park and the adventure park. Soon you will have pictures. Come visit him... #ref: 77091




Living163 m²
Land494 m²


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