A differentiated set, consisting of two buildings in the neighborhood of Lapa. The conection is made through a garden with a swimming pool, very well looked after and with great privacy. The two properties have a total of 5 parking spaces. One of the houses dates ack to the XIXth century: In the charming Lapa with the Tagus in the background, sitting on a porch in the evening the garden invites you for a stroll before dinner. Privacy is total, both in the area that houses the pool, in the remaining area as well cared for, or covered in the semi where he was placed strategically to support a kitchen dining area. There we find a window of access to a water mine, an underground corridor that once went to the Rossio. The housing is developed in four floors. Intermediate floors, lofty ceilings with big ceilings and richly worked, hosting the main divisions of the house, dining room, lounges with fireplace, and private area with four rooms. These two floors are linked by a sweeping staircase and beautiful - with overhead light - that unfolds from an interior hallway with ground worked in various exotic woods. The top floor has six rooms and one toilet. This walk away with new infrastructures, needs some restoration. On the ground floor at garden level, we find the main kitchen, staff quarters, storage and room services. It also leaves the dishes to lift the cup to support the dining room. This little oasis in the city, has the support level garden showers with showers and storage of miscellaneous equipment, and access to parking for 4 / 5 cars. The second dwelling, with a separate entrance, was recently recovered, with contemporary interiors in a discreet and minimalist environment. It is developed into three floors with social area and services on the first. The kitchen and dining room open out to a semi covered terrace, where one can find a studio and a laundry. The bedrooms, 3 suites, and an office, are located on floors two and three. The staircase is open and guards with glass, giving an amplitude to this space. As part of a family collection, each of these properties might be negotiated separately.