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Massarelos III

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1 bedroom holiday apartment / for up to 4 guests

4 guests

1 room

1 bathroom

A charming apartment on two levels that looks out onto Rua da Restauração. It has a spacious living room with a kitchenette and a small WC. The windows that let in the light of the midday and evening, make this a very luminous property. The wooden flooring provides both warmth and comfort.

On the upper level, there is a double bedroom with a wooden ceiling and a garret that looks onto the roof that can be in double bed or 2 single beds format. The bathroom is complete with shower and has a window onto the exterior. The living room has a sofa bed for 2 guests. 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 43.25 m2.

Area = 43.25m2

Apartment location:

Massarelos House - Massarelos III
Massarelos House - Massarelos III

Collections present in the apartment

Joao Felino

Joao Felino is a Postwar & Contemporary artist who was born in 1962, trained in Economics and Architecture

He usually works in series, in all kinds of supports, with conceptual and minimal methodology, Among his works stand out the colors that he selects in his paintings Pant)one or the pages of newspapers intervened with paint and transferred in his Newspaper paintings, an artistic habit that he develops since 1989.

Numerous key galleries and museums such as Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art have featured Joao Fellini’s work in the past

Alipio Brandao

Sculptor, carver and painter, born in the parish of Riba Ul (Oliveira de Azeméis), in 1902 and died in 1965. Wood carvings made with chisel, are sometimes characterized by their primitive air and popular taste...

Massarelos factory

The Massarelos factory was founded by Manuel Duarte Silva and started its production in 1764. During its first period it focused on faience, dishes and soup bowls in blue and white under the influence of the French town of Rouen...