The seriously spacious
Because I want plenty of room to stretch my legs
Will I like it here?
It would be hard not to.
Looking for something spacious inside and out, in a relaxed part of Lisbon? This classic charmer could be the ticket.
Really? Tell me more...
You will love the living room and patio. It's classically furnished and very spacious, so you can invite all your friends around - since we went to visit the landlord has installed a TV with cable channels too. The shared patio is even bigger, and since it's covered you can enjoy it in any weather.
We think it’s ideal if you’re looking for a quiet but convenient spot to unwind. You're a 20-minute walk from the Nova University Faculty of Science and Technology, and a 10-minute drive to the Costa da Caparica beaches.
Your top 3 reasons to live here:
But you need to know this...
Your Home-checker, Rafael, said:
“I loved this property. It’s in a great spot close to the beach and the local Nova University campus. It has a huge living room and an enormous patio, with great views of the surrounding area."
Help me make up my mind...
This is a spacious ground floor, 3-bedroom apartment on Rua Vasco da Gama, Pera de Baixo. It boasts a large and open living room, as well as access to the patio, which you share with the rest of the building.
This property is ideal if you’re looking for some peace and quiet in a residential area. If you've got a car, you'll be able to get to the beach in just 10 minutes. You can even walk to the nearby Faculty of Science and Technology.
Price shown is for 1 person. Price for 2 people +€150/month.
Monthly rent350 €
*only in garden
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The landlord says...
..."You're a 20-minute walk (or a 5-minute bike ride) from the Nova University Faculty of Science and Technology."
_..."And a 7-minute drive (or a 30-minute walk) from the Costa da Caparica beaches." _
..."You’re 10-minute walk from direct buses (TST) to central hubs in Lisbon (Praça do Areeiro, Praça de Espanha, via Alcântara) that connect you to Lisbon Metro and central bus stations."
..."You're a 20-minute walk from the “Universidade” Almada metro station. From here you can get to the Cacilhas Port boats in 20 minutes. The boats cross the river to downtown Lisbon. And the crossing takes 10 minutes."