House boat T1 in Parque das Nações of 47 m²
About this house/villa of 1 bedroom at Parque das Nações, Parque das Nações
1 bedroom river barge for sale, Marina Parque das Nações/Expo, Lisbon, Portugal
»» The boat:
The traditional British river barge is a unique accommodation that has existed for many years in the English river navigation channels. This type of accommodation is fully equipped and furnished and offers all the comfort of an apartment with private access/entrance, bedroom (1), bathroom, kitchenette with open plan living room, air conditioning, LCD TV (with cable TV), Wi- Fi and parking access.
»» The business:
If you’re looking for a business aimed at the tourist market (local accommodation), something different from the usual and quite appealing, invest in a typical British barge permanently anchored in the Parque das Nações Marina.
The entire logistical and support structure, which involves the operation of a tourist accommodation, is already organized and in operation, with a reduced investment you can obtain an annual return of 8%
»» The location:
At the Expo Marina - Integrated in the Tagus Estuary Nature Reserve, we find the modern and cosmopolitan Marina where the barges are anchored!
With 24h/day security for pleasure boats (with mooring posts) the Marina is equipped with support infrastructure - Event pier and a Pier Bridge - prepared to accommodate cruise vessels, large historic vessels, nautical events , but also as a support area for onshore events.
»» The surrounding:
Parque das Nações – located in the eastern part of Lisbon with a contemporary architecture (the result of an urban and environmental redevelopment project), has several leisure, sports and cultural facilities, inviting residents and visitors to practice all year round sports, recreational and/or cultural activities.
We also find the cable car that offers a fantastic ride with panoramic views over the river and the city, as well as countless restaurants, shops, cafes, bars and all the essential commerce and services for everyday life.
Some equipments: Science and Technology Museum, Portugal Pavilion, Knowledge Pavilion, Altice Arena, Vasco da Gama Tower, Lisbon Oceanarium, Casino, Oriente Station, Vasco da Gama Shopping Centre, CUF Hospital, etc….
Due to its location next to the river, Parque das Nações has an extensive riverside area full of green spaces inviting to long walks, cycling, canoeing lessons, sailing, etc... with the stunning beauty of the Tejo River always guaranteed as a backdrop!
Come, climb aboard your new business!
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Where is the property located?
This house/villa is located at Parque das Nações.
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