River Douro Water Front Apartment Vila Nova De Gaia (Porto, Porto, PT - 4440) Built


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  • Type: Condominium
  • Style: Apartment
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Garage: Single
  • Size: 94 sq. m.
  • Development Level: Built
  • Lot Type: Rectangular
  • Suite: Yes


A unique selection of luxury apartments for sale along the River Douro, at Vila Nova de Gaia in Greater Porto

T1 Apartment

With the river Douro at your feet, this superb upscale private condominium is located in one of the most privileged areas of Greater Porto between the Don Luis and Arrabida Point bridges.

These converted warehouses are the pinnacle where quality harmonises with the original environment and yet brings out the best in modern architecture.

The property covers an area of 1’644m2 which includes a variety of T1 and T2 apartments.

Areas range between 94m2 and 176m2.

The building boasts river views and covered parking for all apartment areas.

This invigorating project was the brainchild of the renowned architect Alexandre Burmester whose skill and foresight enabled him to maintain the structural integrity and design of the original building whilst enhancing the development with a labyrinth of quality materials. Functionality was maximised by maintaining and improving the open spaces with natural and subtle illumination.

The properties include wooden floors and ceilings, white marble bathrooms, central heating, fitted kitchens and interior gardens.

The property was nominated for the real estate Oscars 2010.

Lies across from Oporto on the banks of the majestic River Douro and was given town status in 1255 by King Afonso III.
Most of the world’s Port wine is produced here with some fifty Port wine lodges including both renowned Cellars Sandeman and Taylor's.
Gaia is home to the 16th Century monastery of Serra do Pilar where the Duke of Wellington planned his surprise attack on the French in 1809 and a few kilometers away in Grijo is the Augustinian monastery of São Salvador which was built in 1574 from the designs of Francisco Velasques.
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