Building for sale, Lisboa, in Benfica, Portugal

EUR 980,000

Benfica, Lisboa

Building • 396.88 m² • Ref: 16877138-PROP-025917

Set of buildings with PIP approved for the construction of eleven fractions, typology T0, which constitute a village in a privileged location next to all types of transport and services, in Benfica.

The PIP (Request for Prior Information) submitted and approved, provides the following details:

- Total Intervention Area: 322.00 m2
- Total Deployment Area: 250.84 m2
- Gross Construction Area: 448.26 m2
- Total Street Area: 71.16 m2
- Permeable Area: 65.65 m2
- Permeability Percentage: 70%

The distribution foreseen for the eleven fractions of typology T0, in a total total gross total area of 396.88 m2 is:

Floor 0
- Fraction 1: 35.15 m2 with patio (33.81 m2) shared with fraction 3
- Fraction 2: 38.58 m2 with private patio (21.56 m2)
- Fraction 3: 36.00 m2 with patio (33.81 m2) shared with fraction 1
- Fraction 4: 35.07 m2 with varandim (4.24 m2)
- Fraction 5: 36.56 m2
- Fraction 6: 35.76 m2 with private patio (15.72 m2)

Floor 1

- Fraction 7: 35.03 m2
- Fraction 8: 35.04 m2
- Fraction 9: 35.08 m2
- Fraction 10: 35.86 m2
- Fraction 11: 35.75 m2


- Some of the fractions with patio
- Parking facility
- Ideal for investment

Ideal for investment to rehabilitate and put on sale or rehabilitate and put in the rental market.

Benfica is a Portuguese parish in the municipality of Lisbon, encompassing about two thirds of the large lung of the Portuguese capital, the Monsanto Forest Park.

Benfica began as a village of peasants from the Saloia region. In the 15th century, she was promoted to the state of justice of the Lisbon Term, being granted two private judges. It was also at that time that three important Brotherhoods were settled: Nossa Senhora do Amparo, Santo António and São Sebastião.

With the extinction of the Lisbon Term in 1852, the territory of Benfica is first integrated into the new municipality of Belém and, later, in 1886, is divided. The outer part of the new Lisbon Circumvalation Road is integrated in Oeiras (and currently in Amadora) and the interior part is integrated in Lisbon, giving rise to the current parish.

The city continued to grow, which was reflected in the increasing urbanization of the parish. From the 1950s to the 1990s of the 20th century, the population tripled from 17,843 inhabitants to about 50,000 inhabitants.

In 1959 the territory is divided again and gives rise to the parish of São Domingos de Benfica.

More recently, along with the growing building, there is a decrease in the resident population, not only due to the aging but also the migration of younger inhabitants to the periphery.



Living396.88 m²



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