Garden Hills, where nature meets inside living, means luxury and sophistication. A new astonishing development with an area of over 8000 square meters, taking shape in the Benfica area of Lisbon. It is a well-balanced place that allows you to enjoy nature both inside and outside. With gardens surrounding the building, this is a one of a kind residence taking place.
The 5 floors consist of 62 one-, two- and four-bedroom apartments with a minimalist design using high-quality, natural materials. The parking is private and offers over 100 spaces in two underground floors. The building has a communal roof-top pool, while the two 4-bedroom penthouses enjoys their own private pool. From the landscaped terraces and balconies to the communal gardens of the building, Garden Hills offers a life of peace and quiet in the Portuguese capital.
Garden Hills it’s the place where you can find nature without leaving your house. You can breath pure air on your balcony or terrace, as all apartments has outdoor areas, or in the gardens where you can relax and enjoy nature. In this magical place, you will feel safe, serenity around you and be at peace. The whole building is full of nature even inside, this creates the perfect harmony between outside and inside.
Garden Hills guarantees plenty of light thanks to its wide windows, providing a view that embraces the horizon. The landscaped terraces and balconies welcome the fresh air, the nature and the pleasant weather of Lisbon, creating a perfect symbiosis between the minimalism inside and the greenery outside. Here you will have the privilege of living a safe life. With a double system of entrance, it is possible to isolate the passage between the outside and the inside, thus guaranteeing your safety and privacy every time you're going to your home. Living in Garden Hills means absorbing nature and embracing peace and quiet. It is having the leisurely and relaxing lifestyle you have always dreamed of.
- 5 Units available
- Size from 68m2 - 71m2
- Price range 471 898€ - 573 896€
- (1 Parking & 1 Storage Unit)
- 25 Units available
- Size range 87m2 - 118m2
- Price range 607 187€ - 891 960€
- ( 1 Parking & 1 Storage unit)
- 1 Units available
- Size 253m2
- 2 500 000€
- ( 2 Parking & 1 Storage unit)
In the northwestern zone of the city of Lisbon, you can find the residential parish of Benfica. A district where they say you’re never too far away from anything you need, Benfica property can be found in amongst a perfect picture of urban tranquility. Residents living in the parish of Benfica would say that you have everything you need in arms’ reach; the supermarkets, shopping centres, food markets and parks all create a bustling neighbourhood atmosphere that is familiar and welcoming. As Benfica is situated a little outside of central Lisbon, there is more of a suburban, family-friendly feel, less touched by the tourist waves that have transformed the city centre. This also makes it a better-value choice than other parts of Lisbon. Benfica property is well placed for those who seek a relaxed community lifestyle with beautiful scenery.
Benfica is currently home to more Portuguese residents than international buyers. Nonetheless, Portugal has seen an increasing amount of interest from international second home buyers, thanks to its favourable Non-Habitual Residence (nhr) programme: Those from Europe looking to buy a property here can apply for nhr, whilst buyers from outside of Europe can attain the so-called ‘Golden Visa’ when they invest at least €500,000 in Portuguese real estate.
The area of Benfica is under a fifteen minute drive from the airport and the same distance by car to central Lisbon. Santa Maria Hospital is just over a ten minute drive away from central Benfica, as is the Lisbon municipal police station. In terms of schooling, the PaRK International School in Praça da Espanha is just a ten minute drive away, and Benfica is also comfortably located for university students at the Lisbon University Institute.
Thanks to its location in the suburbs of Lisbon, Benfica residents enjoy easy access to the city centre and beyond. A weekend at the beach in Cascais or a hiking trip to Sintra National Park aren’t too much to ask, as both are less than a thirty minute journey in the car. Likewise, Benfica has multiple metro links to the centre of Lisbon, and its proximity to Sete Rios train and bus station easily enable travel across the country.
Benfica is comfortably surrounded by a host of beautiful green spaces that allow for a range of activities. Monsanto Forest Park is a beautiful green expanse, one of the largest in Lisbon, that would satisfy anyone’s love of the great outdoors; in your spare time here you can explore the hiking trails or have a picnic in the fresh air – this park is not called the ‘lungs of the city’ for no reason. There is also the Silva Porto Park with a playground and a charming wooded area. When you feel like some retail therapy, Benfica’s Colombo Shopping Centre is one of the largest malls on the Iberian peninsula, housing a variety of international brands. And just across the road you can find the Stadium of Light, home to Benfica football club. The stadium illuminates the town when the team wins and creates a sure feeling of community for those who are fans of the beautiful game.
Benfica has a range of leisure and sporting facilities on offer and is only a short drive from the Paço do Lumiar golf club. When it comes to fine dining, Portugal’s capital city definitely has its fair share of exquisite restaurants. Among the Michelin-acclaimed choices in close proximity to Benfica is Adega Tia Matilde, a modest family house that has been serving spectacular authentic Portuguese cuisine for almost a century. Another popular option is Eleven, gourmet cuisine served in a modern restaurant overlooking the beautiful Eduardo VII Park.
Lisbon is an increasingly cosmopolitan city, which only adds to its character; the city is full of cultural hotspots and unique attractions that even the local residents don’t tire of. Lisbon’s stunning viewpoints (‘miradouros’ in Portuguese) overlook the river, Sao Jorge castle and more. Here you can grab a bite or a coffee and take in the wonderful landscape amongst fellow locals. At night, the bars of Bairro Alto come to life and leave you in good spirits.
Benfica is an ideal Lisbon parish if a calm residential feel with plenty of facilities at your convenience is what you’re looking for. Tranquil with easy access to an urban centre, Benfica is the best of both worlds.