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4-bedroom house with garden and garage in Antas, a prime location in central Porto, close to Praça Velasques, Santo António das Antas Church and Av. Fernão Magalhães.
The property has 250 sq m of gross private area over three levels and is on a 372 sq m plot.
The ground floor has a lounge, kitchen and bathroom.
There are three suites on the first floor.
The lower floor has a lounge, utility room, bedroom and bathroom.
There is also a terrace and an office on the roof.
Outside there is a greenhouse, garage and garden.
– 1930s house with four frontages
– 3 suites
– 2 bedrooms
– Stained glass in the lounge and staircase hall
This 1934 property was designed by José Porto (1883-1965), one of the most important people in the history of contemporary Portuguese architecture, who was also responsible for the house on Rua da Vilarinha designed for the film director Manoel de Oliveira, which was classed a Monument of Public Interest in 2015.
An icon of local and international modernism, the Coliseu building was designed by a number of people, including Cassiano Branco, José Porto, Yan Wils, Júlio de Brito, Charles Siclis and Mário Abreu, as if anticipating one of the main characteristics of the Coliseum: the plurality of expressions.
José Porto designed the interior of the Coliseu’s main hall, which remains faithful to his early studies, and was responsible for the preliminary design of the façade of the Porto Coliseu, which was ultimately rejected in favour of other proposals.
Voted “Best city break destination in Europe” at the 2020 World Travel Awards, the city of Oporto was also given the top spot by Monocle’s Small Cities Index 2021. Business-friendly and export-oriented in its essence, its people are internationally minded. Deemed one of Europe’s fastest growing tech hubs, Oporto is also the country’s industrial hub.
The capital of the North was voted 2nd most exciting city to live in by Time Out, having undergone a game-changing rehabilitation, restoring its medieval architecture and investing in its cultural institutions.
Oporto’s Douro river is central to the city’s past, present and future. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Douro river is flanked by some of the world’s most celebrated wines and beautiful vineyards.