In one of the quieter areas of Chiado and with a magnificent view over the Tagus River, this spacious T3 is reborn, with a gross private area of 196m2, inserted in a magnificent Building of charm with elevator. This Apartment stands out for the old characteristics of the epoch, but combined with the comfort and materials/equipment of today. It has a large living room with balcony, a fully equipped kitchen, with a laundry area, store room,pantry and a patio. Three bedrooms, one of them en suite, all facing the river. Located in the center of Chiado, in a small courtyard, with parking and exclusive access to residents. The presence of the nobility in this territory was also marked by the construction of numerous Palaces, such as the Palaces Cunhal das Bolas, Alvito, Almada Carvalhais, Marquês de Ficalho, Conde de Lumiares, Marquês das Minas, Bichinho de Conta, Ludovice e Condes de Tomar, among others. ?Place of aggregation of an artistic class. Several were the figures of cultural and political class who lived in the ancient and present territory of the parish. One can highlight names such as Sebastião José de Carvalho e Melo, Manuel Maria Barbosa du Bocage, Almeida Garrett, Alexandre Herculano, Camilo Castelo Branco, Ramalho Ortigão, Gonçalves Crespo, Albel Manta and António Quadros. ?In the 19th century , the territory continued to bring together artists and intellectuals, who attended its theaters and cafés. Also the press settled in the space of the present parish, occupying vacant Palaces. Newspapers such as Diário de Notícias, the Lisbon Revolution, the Mundo and the Século thus animated the nightlife of the neighborhood, which became increasingly accessible with the new elevators of Glória, Bica and Estrela. ?The popular party neighborhood, camps and marches, coexists today with the most current urban culture, with new restaurants, bars and taverns, in Bairro Alto, next to the river and Cais do Sodré. Life in Chiado is a trip to the artistic and literary history of Lisbon, where we find the best theaters, ancient bookstores, national and international iconic brands and some of the best bars and restaurants in the city. Cais do Sodré, in turn, is one of the most trendy neighborhoods in the city, having benefited from recent transformations, with new shops, cafés, a fully renovated market (Time Out Market Lisbon) and entertainment spaces. Enjoy all the comfort in one of the best locations in Lisbon.