Building in Santarém (Marvila), Santa Iria Da Ribeira De Santarém, Santarém (São Salvador) E Santarém (São Nicolau) of 758 sq m
About this building at Santarém (Marvila), Santa Iria Da Ribeira De Santarém, Santarém (São Salvador) E Santarém (São Nicolau), Santarém (Marvila), Santa Iria Da Ribeira De Santarém, Santarém (São Salvador) E Santarém (São Nicolau)
The building for recovery, with approved project, located in the heart of the historic center of Santarém, at Rua Braamcamp Freire numbers 19 to 23, in the parish of Santarém (formerly Marvila).
The extinct Marvila is one of the oldest parishes in the city, probably dating from the reconquest of the city, in 1147, initially designated by Santa Maria de Santarém, and then Santa Maria das Maravilhas, a fact that proves its preponderance over the other parishes of the then town, and the reason why it houses a vast and rich historical and cultural heritage that enriches the city.
This property is vacant and partially in disrepair, with much of its interior structure collapsed and in a very deteriorated overall state of conservation.
Being a traditional structured building with stone masonry and brick walls, it has arches and vaults on the ground floor, floors in rudimentary wooden framework and plank.
The bodies of the property that border the upper patio are without a roof (the eaves remain) and the interior walls are almost non-existent.
The project foresees to rehabilitate the property so that it is subdivided into independent housing fractions, with collective use of the public spaces.
Having managed to keep almost all the existing main walls of the property intact, there were, however, important changes in terms of plans on the existing floors.
The project comprises a total of 4 housing units, 2 duplex and 2 triplex, with three T3 typologies and a T2 typology. Each one is functionally subdivided into 2 or 3 floors and has independent access to the outside.
Rethinking our living spaces is an urgent need, as stress and anxiety seem to grow inversely with space.
The watchword is to create a new balance between man and the environment, with common green spaces for socializing and sharing moments of relaxation.
Casario da Graça gives priority to terraces and gardens and the greatest exposure to the sun, with its 326 m2 of area dedicated to green spaces, terraces and balconies.
Come and see this excellent opportunity.
Where is the property located?
This building is located at Santarém (Marvila), Santa Iria Da Ribeira De Santarém, Santarém (São Salvador) E Santarém (São Nicolau).
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Building in Santarém (Marvila), Santa Iria Da Ribeira De Santarém, Santarém (São Salvador) E Santarém (São Nicolau) of 373 sq m
Centennial building in the historical area of Santarém. It is in the capital of the Gothic that is this property that I present to you. A charming building, with 24 rooms, spread over 3 floors. It has a patio and four police numbers. In good condition, this building is an excellent option for investment, particularly in Local Lodging or Hotel. Come see, I'm waiting for you! "On the heights of a plateau, Santarém is a viewpoint overlooking the fertile region of lezíria, the Tagus valley famous for agriculture, livestock and bullfighting. The city incorporated the lands of the Order of Christ, which financially supported the Great Portuguese Discoveries, and therefore underwent great development at that time, which is still reflected today in its monuments, essential to the history of Portuguese art. Usually the meeting point to start the visit to Santarém is the Portes du Soleil garden (Garden of the Portas do Sol), the citadel of the ancient castle that Afonso Henriques, the first king of Portugal, conquered by surprise from the Moors during a night raid in 1147. After admiring the panorama offered by this natural viewpoint, where the UrbiSacallabis Interpretation Center is located, you can go out to explore the city. This is where the journey into Portuguese Gothic begins, which evolved into the Manueline inspiration visible in the Church of Nossa Senhora de Marvila, whose tile roof is also exemplary, dating from the 17th century. However, it is the Flamboyant Gothic style that prevails in the Church of Nossa Senhora da Graça . It houses the tomb of Pedro Álvares Cabral, the navigator who discovered Brazil. Next door you can visit the Casa de Brasil , which belonged to the family of this great figure in Portuguese history." https://www.visitportugal.com/fr/node/73798