Nestled within Lisbon’s historic Santa Catarina neighbourhood, The Carvalho blends the city’s traditional architectural style with modern finishes.
The residence’s name pays homage to Sebastião José de Carvalho e Melo, the first Marquês de Pombal. The most prominent government minister of his time, Pombal played a vital role in Lisbon’s reconstruction following the earthquake of 1755 and oversaw the city’s progressive reconstruction. His legacy lives on through the Pombaline architectural style, adopted across Lisbon following the earthquake, and through the use of azulejos, the blue and white tiles the city is now known for.
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Lisbon is Portugal’s growth engine. Operating as the country’s centre of government, technology and culture, the city is quickly becoming one of Europe’s smartest cities and a primary location for overseas investment.
Portugal, one of Europe’s oldest nations, is experiencing strong economic recovery following on from the Global Financial Crisis and offers exceptional investment opportunities.
Lisbon sits at the centre of Portugal’s growth. The city’s residential property market saw a 45.1% increase in rental prices between 2013-2017 and the city is set to see 19.2% capital appreciation between 2018-2022.