In beautiful downtown Porto

All covered with refined period azulejos mosaics, Entreparedes is a superb example of 19th century Portuguese architecture.

In beautiful 
downtown Porto

All covered with refined period azulejos mosaics, Entreparedes is a superb example of 19th century Portuguese architecture.

INTERIORS

RESPECTFUL OF THE BUILDING’S ORIGINAL STRUCTURE

The living spaces will flow and spill out towards the courtyard patios and the lush private gardens spanning to the back of the building. A rare find, the building offers an abundance of light due to the high number of windows and the high ceilings that let the light shine across the homes’ volumes. Additionally, Entreparedes is facing a T junction, further increasing the light available on all floors.

A COLLECTION OF 11 APARTMENTS

The building boasts a total space of 1200m² across 4 floors. The restorative and transformative work is being prepared by Promontorio Architects.

Choice by floor

A
186
3 Bedrooms + 1 Terrace
GF
B
131
2 Bedrooms + Terrace
GF
C
144.8
2 Bedrooms + 1 Terrace
1
D
88
1 Bedroom + 1 Terrace
1
E
73
1 Bedroom
1
F
147
2 Bedrooms
2
G
88
1 Bedroom
2
H
74
1 Bedroom
2
I
157
4 Bedroom + Balcony & 2 En-suite Terraces
3
J
95.8
2 Bedrooms + Balcony + En-suite Terrace
3
K
82.4
2 Bedrooms + Terrace & En-suite Balcony
3

"you don't really need modernity in order to exist totally and fully

You need a mixture of modernity and tradition. Theodore Bikel

ARCHITECT

pedro apPleton / Promontorio Architects

The well-established Portuguese-born architecture firm is known for its striking works across Europe, the middle east and the USA over the past 30 years.

A collection of
11 apartments

The building boasts a total space of 1200m² across 4 floors. The restorative and transformative work is being prepared by Promontorio Architects.

Explore each floor
by clicking the facade arrow_right

Heritage & History

Over the century of Porto’s slow expansion,

each new layer had to be sculpted out of the surrounding hills, flowing outward in concentric circles. As was the norm in medieval society, defensive walls were erected to complement the natural protection offered by the city’s hilly setting. Eventually, what became Rua Entreparedes found itself between two such antique walls. Some of these venerable stones have been conserved at the back of the garden.

Neighborhood

SITTING BETWEEN RIBEIRA AND BAIXA AREAS IN THE HISTORIC PARISH OF SANTO ILDEFONSO.

Entreparedes has the distinction of being nested against the city’s ancient medieval walls. Accordingly, its name means ‘between walls’.

Ribeira

The most popular neighbourhood, it is filled with restaurants, cafés, beautiful houses, and sunny walkways alongside the Douro River.

Baixa

The ‘downtown’ district home to most of the city’s significant landmarks, is it also famous for its traditional azulejos artwork, an excellent example of which is the nearby São Bento railway station.

Highlights

It is within short walking distance of the trendy riverside Ribeira area (600m), the train station (500m), the Ageas Porto Coliseum showcasing concerts, operas and other events (350m)

  • Teatro nacional São João
  • Biblioteca Pública Municipal
  • Faculdade Belas Artes
  • Coliseu do Porto
  • Teatro Sá Bandeira
  • Praça da Batalha
  • Praça dos Poveiros
  • Majestic Café
  • Baixa district famous for its restaurants
  • Jardim Marques de Oliveira
  • Jardim do Campo 24
  • Jardim Municipal do Horto das Virtudes
  • Rua Santa Catarina
  • Maus Hábitos
  • Mercado do Bolhão
  • Fnac

The Experience

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