Alto do Restelo villas aim to be the ideal solution for those looking for a quiet and relaxing space without leaving Lisbon. A special project that aims to take advantage of one of the largest national and world treasures, nature.
Next to the Monsanto Forest Park, one of the last and largest green spaces in the city of Lisbon, the Alto do Restelo villas, not only for their location, but also for their characteristics, represent a unique opportunity in the Lisbon area.
Composed of 10 single-family houses in band, with areas between 209 and 236 m2, respecting the characteristics of the surrounding area, with particularities that make them unique.
Sharing among themselves the same typologies T3, each villa has its characteristics, such as the size of the patio with areas up to 127 m2, and the sun exposure itself.
Each villa will be entitled to two parking spaces, in an underground solution that optimizes space and increases security.
Enjoying good outdoor access, fruit of the characteristics of the surrounding area where they are part, the villas
alto do Restelo were designed with everyday life in mind and the added comfort that a covered parking lot with direct entrance to home can provide.
The natural luminosity and quality of the materials make this space a comfortable and relaxing environment. In order to take advantage of these features, the space combines practicality with design, full of details.
Also the selection of premium equipment is designed for an experience that best suits you and your lifestyle.
The ideal combination of noble materials, design solutions and superior finishes contribute to creating unique and comfortable environments where aesthetics and functionality communicate harmoniously.
The villas Alto do Restelo, located in the restelo area, belonging to the parish of Ajuda, on the threshold between this and the parish of Belém. It has a great facility of access (Av. das Descobertas; next to CRIL-A5 and close to Av. da Índia) and transport, such as buses and trams.
The environment is rich in services such as pharmacies, hospitals, day care centers, private and public schools, colleges, cafes and retail establishments, as well as museums and historical and cultural icons of the city of Lisbon.