3 bedroom apartment

Lisbon - Campo de Ourique

Apartments with excellent solar exposure 88 m2 – 2 balconies

For Sale: Price on request

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3 bedroom apartment

Lisbon - Campo de Ourique
For Sale: €420.000

About the property

With an excellent location, do not miss this excellent investment for your own home or to renovate and rent or to renovate and sell right away.

Apartment with excellent solar exposure, east-west, with 88 m2 of private gross area and 2 balconies, one of which is very wide closed that looks more like a terrace, on the 3rd and last floor of a well-maintained building. It located right next to the Campo de Ourique market in Lisbon where everyone wants to live.

This apartment has 2 bedrooms and a large double living room with balcony. The kitchen and bathroom need some updating. There is also the possibility of access to an attic which can possibly be private to the apartment with the agreement of all the co-owners of the well-maintained building. Two streets down, there is the possibility of parking in a public park for a monthly fee.

This apartment provides access to neighborhood life with everything nearby. The ideal life. It is also 2 minutes walk from Red Bridge School, Salesianos School, 12 minutes from Charles Lepierre French High School, 12 minutes from Amoreiras Shopping Center, 20 minutes drive from Lisbon Airport.

Campo de Ourique is one of the most characteristic and sought-after neighborhoods in the city of Lisbon. It is considered one of the trendiest neighborhoods with all kinds of traditional shops, many services, good restaurants, the popular Campo de Ourique market and a wide range of new shops. It is good to live there.


Complete List of Amenities and Features

Private Area

Private Area 88 m²


2 Balconies


Video Intercom System







Air Conditioner





Excellent Solar Exposure


Near International Schools


Near Ourique Market


20min from Lisbon Airport


Campo de Ourique

The least touristy neighborhood in central Lisbon is the last stop of trams 25 and 28. Its grid of streets was laid out in 1879, and today it’s mostly a suburban-like middle-class district that also has a growing number of foreign residents, particularly French.

There are a few attractive late-19th-century buildings (many with interesting Art Nouveau features), but most are much more recent, from the last half of the 20th century. The main attraction is the covered market, which opened in 1934 to sell fresh fish and produce, but since 2013 it’s also a major dining destination, thanks to a number of food stalls.


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