This holiday apartment has a beautiful living room that is connected to a large kitchen with windows that look out onto the Rua da Restauração. Being on the ground flooring means that the apartment has high ceilings and large windows that are open to the midday and evening light. The wooden floor provides both comfort and warmth.
The 2 double bedrooms – which can be in 1 double bed or 2 single beds formats – have views of the quiet main street that has little traffic and few passers-by. The living room has a sofa bed for 2 guests. The bathroom comes with a shower. The kitchen is equipped with an oven, espresso coffee machine, a dishwasher and a washing/dryer machine.
The original windows of the apartment have been replaced with new wooden ones with double glazing that provides both noise and heat insulation. The wooden flooring has an area of 65.60 m2.
António Bolota was born in Benguela, Angola, in 1962 and moved to Portugal at the age of 15. He currently lives and works in Lisbon...
Manuel Caeiro (Évora – Portugal, 1975). His solo exhibitions include those held at Palácio Vila Flor, Guimarães, Portugal, at Lurixs Gallery, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (DownTown, 2009), at Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporânea Gallery, Lisbon, Portugal (12 000 m2dentro de um T0, 2011, Welcome to my Loft, 2007) and at the Portuguese National Museum of Natural History in Lisbon (Casas da Caparica, 2005)...
San Antonio Val de Piedade was built around 1784 by the Genovese Jerónimo Rossi, Vice Consul of Sardinia in Porto. In 1804 it employed 39 people, and its production was destined for Brasil...