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Building needing renovation in one of the oldest parts of the old centre of Porto, close to the Clérigos church, the Cordoaria park, the Lello bookshop and Vitória viewpoint and Avenida dos Aliados.
This property has 216 sq m of gross construction area and a 48 sq m footprint. It consists of a ground floor and five more levels. There are currently three tenants occupying the building.
– Property in need of renovation
– Gross construction area of 216 sq m
– Building footprint 48 sq m
– Architect’s plans not submitted to the local authority for four 1-bedroom apartments and one 1+1-bedroom triplex apartment
– Building has three tenants
The property is located in central Porto, between the Cordoaria park and Avenida dos Aliados, where there is a wide range of shops, restaurants and cafés and the most iconic hotels in Porto. Located in the historic zone of the city, in the Ribeirinha do Porto area, this property has a prime place due to its central location on the River Douro with its huge offer of all types of traditional shops and numerous tourist attractions and cultural sites such as Porto Cathedral, Porto Puppet Museum, Palácio das Artes, Porto Cathedral Treasure Museum, the Museum of Sacred Art and Archaeology, Praça da Ribeira, leisure zones such as Praça do Infante D. Henrique. With a dense network of transport, restaurants, supermarkets and schools, and proximity to Luiz I Bridge where the River Douro can be viewed over the entire city.
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.