BECO DO MONTE is a beautifully refurbished building with Portuguese tiles on its facades, offering apartments with approximate gross areas between 75 and 120 m, ranging from a T1+1 to 3 bedroom units. The building has easy access by bus, tram and metro to most of Lisbon's sights and is within walking distance of the traditional neighborhoods of Graça, Mouraria and Intendente.
A mere 50 meters away from the building you can climb the steps that will take you directly to the Miradouro de Nossa Senhora do Monte. It was in this ancient Saint Gens Hill that the king D. Afonso Henriques set up camp for the conquest of the city from the moors. Today you can enjoy the Miradouro by sitting quietly on a bench and enjoying the most beautiful sunset over the city.
- Lower Ground Floor with garden: T1 + 1 with living room, bedroom, bathroom, equipped kitchen and office with direct access to garden. This apartment has an independent entrance.
- Ground Floor: T1+1 with living room, bedroom, bathroom, equipped kitchen and office
- 1st Floor: T2 with living room, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, equipped kitchen and terrace with view over the city
- 2nd Floor Duplex: T3 with living room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, 1 suite and terrace with view over the city
Within a few minutes walk you will find the hotspots of Largo da Graça, Mouraria, Olarias and Intendente, the viewpoints overlooking the Castle of São Jorge and the Tagus river, as well as the typical houses that surround the castle hill.
Graça is one of Lisbon's oldest districts, located on the top of its highest hill, northeast of Castelo de São Jorge. The most iconic streetcar in Lisbon, number 28, has its final stop here. This neighborhood benefits from some of the most spectacular views of Lisbon and is a charming place, whose narrow streets are filled with pastries, restaurants and traditional commerce.
Below the hill, you will find Mouraria, Lisbon's most multicultural neighborhood, cradle and still the home of fado houses. In Mouraria one can still glimpse the old Lisbon, a true to its heart city that is still full of tradition. Let yourself be guided by the stone signs that adorn the buildings, they will lead you to the discovery of patron saints, trades long gone, famous aristocratic families and ancient pathways.