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Duplex T3 inserted in Palace, fully recovered, overlooking the Castle, with balconies and 2 parking spaces
Endowed with beauty and history, inside-out, the architect, RRJ, pictured the perfect apartment to have in the center of Lisbon.
- Entrance hall;
- Social bathroom;
- Fully equipped kitchen;
- Living room overlooking the Castle;
- 2 Good bedrooms en-suite, with wardrobes and balcony;
- Circulation area;
- Storage area or create another leisure area;
- Bedroom en-suite, with a balcony overlooking the gardens of the Palace, small closet, wardrobes and a bathroom overlooking the Castle;
- 2 Good parking spaces;
- Apartment inserted in a historic mansion, fully recovered by the RRJ Architect;
- AC (hot & cold)
- Close commerce and some schools;
- Close to public transport;
- Common garden areas;
- 2 Lifts;
Solar de Santana is one of the oldest and most fascinating buildings in the Campo Santana area. Built in the 17th century, it was once known as Palácio Vaz de Carvalho or Casa das Torrinhas. The oldest reference to this property dates back to 1661 by Cecilia Temudo in her study, Nobres Casas das Torres do Campo do Curral da Cidade de Lisboa.
In the early the 18th century, José Vaz de Carvalho took ownership of the property and invested large sums of money to refurbish the existing building. Based on documents dating back to 1973, the building would have comprised a number of rooms displaying a palatial like construction – recreating 15th century architecture and an idyllic residence of noble disposition.
Archeological studies beneath the building revealed that occupation of the property dates back to recent pre-historic times. It also revealed that specific details, structures and finishes pertaining to the property were constructed during different phases dating from the 17th century to the present.
Examples of this include the discovery of an extensive water and sanitation system that dates back to the 17th through 20th centuries. The water supply system was centered around a cistern, approximately 3m wide and 5.5m deep, found during the archaeological excavation works and is directly linked to the sandstone drainage ducts.
The historical layers of flooring buried.
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