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Studio | T0 | 41 m2 | harbor
All apartments include air conditioning, double-glazed windows, fully equipped kitchens and can come fully furnished. Most units will have fantastic views of the Douro River and the city of Porto.
The charm and elegance of living in a palace of the 18th century, with all the comfort of modern times, stunning views of the Douro and near the center of Porto, combined with the option of a good investment with income, are some of the characteristics of these apartments.
On the banks of the Douro River with its south-facing façade, facing the city of Porto, they have great sun exposure and splendid views of the river. The Palace Fervença has been fully rehabilitated keeping many of its unique architectural features.
Composed of 2 autonomous buildings, the renovated Palace, with mezzanines of high ceilings and the era, and a new contemporãnea structure, separated by a magnificent private internal garden.
17 luxury apartments, ranging between 41m2 and 156 m2, with studios, 1 or 2 bedrooms.
In the investment option, you can have various management services guaranteed by the promoter:
• Possibility of fixed income;
• Option to include the values of maintenance, condominium, water, electricity, internet, cable and insurance, among others.
• They can be sold completely decorated and furnished.
End of Construction: December 2022
Vila Nova de Gaia, Porto. Quiet area, next to the traditional Port Wine Cellars. In minutes, the Ponte D. Luis is in the center of Porto with all the services you need. including the Old Town, the See, among others. The historic city of Porto is one of the oldest cities in Europe. This exciting and vibrant city has emerged in Europe as one of the main tourist destinations due to its rich history, deep culture and very unique nightlife. In 1996, the city centre was elevated to UNESCO World Heritage status. This region is also famous all over the world because of its wines, which are produced and stored along the banks of the Douro River.