About the property
In the eastern part of Lisbon, once the location of large farms belonging to the nobility, stands the Xabregas Palace, one of the Palaces with the longest tradition in Portugal. It is a monument with more than five centuries of history, being its first owner the famous navigator D. Tristão da Cunha. It is a palace full of charm and tradition, with a front view from the 2nd floor to the Tagus river.
In an enormous effort to maintain this old palace, combining it with the realities of today, its owners have endowed it with all the necessary requirements to host all kinds of events, without detracting from its original function as House Family. The interior is in good condition and has been partially restored for about 10 years.
In the interior stands the tile heritage of the XVII and XVIII century, the paneled ceilings and the paintings that decorate the different rooms.
Located in one of the Lisbon Parishes where there is more investment, the palace has great potential for tourism, namely for the construction of a 5 star hotel with the possibility of building about 100 rooms.
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