13 luxury homes are being built in Porto. Four have already been sold

Ein the city of Porto, 13 new luxury homes are being born. According to the idealist, these houses are part of the Mansion Cedofeita which is being converted into a residential condominium by the Porto studio Morais Soares. Of these units, four have already been sold and another four are under reservation. Prices vary between 4,800 and 5,411 euros per m2. The real estate agents JLL and Predibisa are in charge of its commercialization.

This 19th century palace, which is now gaining new life, is located on Rua de Cedofeita in the city of Invicta and the aim is to preserve its original design, according to the atelier responsible for the project.

The 13 new luxury houses are divided into two buildings. One of them is the mansion that brings together five apartments of types T3 to T4+1, with areas between 218 and 300 m2, two of which have private gardens. And the other concerns the Residences building, “a new construction that is born integrated in the property and is surrounded by a true urban forest”, where eight other apartments will be integrated, of T2 duplex typology and areas from 130 to 154 m2, all featuring private garden areas, explained in a statement to JLL and Predibisa.

For Patrícia Barão, Head of Residential at JLL, “The Palacete Cedofeita is not only a condominium of excellence, but a true fusion between the city’s history and its current vitality.” Predibisa considered that the project “represents the opportunity to live in a modern condominium with the charm of finishes and generous areas of a historic building”, says the idealist.

Note that this is a project promoted by Lifestyle and Leisure Ltd, based in Hong Kong and Portugal, which has decided to develop luxury homes. It should be noted that the promoter has already developed and marketed the São Nicolau project in Portugal, in downtown Lisbon, also a rehabilitation of a secular building.

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