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2 D
Miragaia I

Piso Siguiente

2 bedroom holiday apartment / up to (….) guests

6 guests

2 rooms

1 bathroom

A holiday apartment located on the corner of the building with windows looking out onto Rua de Entre Quintas and Rua da Restauração with large living room and kitchen. The corridor to the bedrooms has windows looking onto the street and a small writing desk.

The apartment has two double bedrooms that can be in double bed or 2 single beds format, that look out over the second level of the quiet internal courtyard. The bathroom is complete with shower and a window opening onto the exterior.

The orientation of the living room, the corridor and the bathroom mean that the mornings are very luminous. The kitchen is equipped with an oven, an espresso coffee machine, a dishwasher and a washing/dryer machine. The wooden flooring provides both warmth and comfort.

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 68.70 m2. The terrace measures 7.50 m2.

Area = 68.70m2

Apartment location:

Massarelos House - Miragaia I
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Collections present in the apartment

Marta Botas

Marta Botas lives between Madrid and Mexico City.
From her studio she carries out design and illustration projects that are characterised by the use of drawing, flat colours, care for materials and the classic use of typography and calligraphy...

Rui Macedo

Rui Macedo, a Portuguese artist born in Évora in 1975, graduated in painting from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon in 1999 and obtained a postgraduate and Master’s degree in Painting at the same University. He has received numerous Merit Grants in Visual Arts and Painting: Plastic Arts Project – Painting for the installation Le récit spéculaire, Centro de Artes de Sines, DRCA/Ministério da Cultura...

Elena Santonja

Elena Santonja comes from a family of artists: her great-grandfather was the painter Eduardo Rosales, her father was also a painter, her sister Carmen, apart from painting, was music (Vainica Doble) and her husband was the film director and writer Jaime de Armiñán.
She studied at the School of Fine Arts of San Fernando in Madrid, being a classmate of painters such as Luis Feito, Lucio Muñoz, Antonio López or Manuel Alcorlo, and graduated in 1955, participating in exhibitions thereafter...

Miragaia Factory

In 1775 Joᾶo Rocha, a rich merchant who made fortune in Brasil, founded Miragaia with his nephew Joᾶo Bento da Rocha. It was located in la rua da Esperança of the Miragaia neighbourhood on the right bank of the river...