Located in Avenidas Novas, this building, designed by architect Pardal Monteiro, received the Valmor award in 1929 and is the most notable example of 'art deco' Viennese influence still standing today. Its simple lines and decorative sobriety makes it into one of the most significant milestones in the Portuguese architecture of the beginning of the century. To emphasize, the high degree of preservation of this piece and the vast landscaped patio that gives it an unusual relief in this part of town. It is a unique building of rare architectural beauty, its location and possibility to build undergroung floors are huge factors on the big potencial this property has.
Portugal is a country best appreciated slowly, like a sip of its vintage port wine. A founding member of the European Union and euro zone, Portugal has transitioned from an economy based on traditional industries to one based on technology. Leading international companies are investing here. Read more about luxury homes in Portugal