On the top floor of the old Palace of the century. XVIII of the noble family of de Melo Teles this house is cozy, with the charm of the time ... With wooden interiors, survived the earthquake of 1755. It is cool in summer and warm in winter. Has no direct view of the river, but lurk or sit on the windowsill of the room you can watch it comfortably! The appropriated families who still inhabit the Palace provide, to the rear of the house (bedroom and kitchen), a nice view of wooded gardens. And not just because it can, in Lisbon (!) Wake up to birds. In practical terms, has a lounge with sofas and dining table, a bedroom with double bed, a bathroom, kitchen with microwave, stove and oven cooking, and dishes (the basics). You are on the 3rd floor, and of course, has no lift!
The house is located in the old palace of the Teles de Melo (Rua dos Remedios). Built in 1701, the Palacio de Melo Teles urban housing was a family belonging to the nobility. The Palace survived the earthquake that struck Lisbon in 1755 and later, in 1868, is converted to 3-storey building (with 3 homes per floor). It stands out for its size in Alfama and the odd shape of its four facades and on the list of properties officially classified or being classified, the Municipal Development Plan (PDM) http://ulisses. cm-lisbon. pt/data/002/004/pphistoria/colina/termos. pdf Places of interest in the perimeter of the house • National Pantheon • Flea Market • Fado Museum • Tile Museum • The Museum of Water Transport 3min. walk from the train station of Santa Apolonia, Metro and The Square Taxi 15min. walk from the Lower City in R. dos Remedios, located in traditional commerce, all the essential items: • grocery • bakery • Sta Apolonia supermarket (Pingo Doce)
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