Apartment for sale in Porto, Portugal



Apartment • 1 Bath. • 32 m² • Ref: C0413-00600

Apartment T0 / Studio modern and cozy, fully equipped, in Cedofeita.Located in the center of several points of interest that can be visited on foot. Namely, Lapa Metro Station, Bom Sucesso Shopping Area, Hospital da Luz and Military, Rotunda da Boavista, Casa da Música and Cedofeita Church.Transport and accessibility to services and commerce. Of modern and welcoming construction, the dwellings inserted in this development will be coated and featured by:- Pine floor floors;- Interior walls of plasterboard or double painted board, including the incorporation of insulation. - Suspended ceilings in plasterboard, with insulation incorporation, with built-in projectors;- Safety doors;- PVC window frames, with oscilo stop and double glazing opening systems;- Kitchens with plywood cabinets, pine veneers with wood agglomerate interiors, white melanin coated and stainless steel dishwasher with chrome mixer OFA. Balay appliances or equivalent: exautor, plate, form, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher and laundry, cylinder.- video intercom;- Electric wall heating or air conditioning. Great investment for you like to live in comfort and tranquility. Its History: Away from the medieval urban core of Porto, bounded by the Fernandina Wall, the area of the current parish of Cedofeita, it welcomed the church of São Martinho, whose foundation is thought to go back to the 6th century, which testifies to the experience of this area in very remote times. However, the opening of Rua de Cedofeita only took place in 1762, integrated in a vast plan of urban renewal put in place by João de Almada e Melo, through the Public Works Board. The new plan aimed to relate the riverside port area with the city's high, through regularization and creation of flow axes, as well as its cross-sectional articulation. Among the most important roads was the so-called Rua da Estrada, today Rua de Cedofeita.The urbanization of the street was fast. Although it was not yet completed at the end of the 18th century, the so-called Balck Round Plan, published in London in 1813, shows the street already in its current extension — between Carlos Alberto Square and Boavista Street — and with abundant implementation of buildings on both sides. The vast majority of the buildings that today constitute Rua de Cedofeita date back to the end of the 18th century and beginning of the following. They are predominantly narrow and long, with a certain architectural homogeneity, much of them boast balcony balconies, stonework in the definition of spans and pilasters, granite cimalhas or with stone and ceramic balusters, and tiles on the façade, these already from the nineteenth or twentieth century. (ref:C0413-00600)




Living32 m²
Land32 m²


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Construction year2020
Energy efficiency ratingNo data
Environmental (CO₂) impact ratingNo data