The beautiful 18th century palace was constructed by the Count Ponte, of which the most famous was the 8th Count João de Saldanha da Gama Melo Torres Guedes de Brito. The Counts’ strong royal family connections are beautifully materialised in the entrance tile panels with motives of King Dom Dinis by artist Jorge Colaço and Fábrica Viúva Lamego.
It was the Norwegian Embassy before the refurbishment in 1960s for the Navy Ministry and later the Lisbon Port offices.
The property has 60 rooms of 3,745m2 in 2-3 floors with 2000m2 of gardens bordering a hospital. It holds a residential and commercial license to extend with 1300m2.
The central Lisbon location is next to the river Tejo and the Congress Centre.
€11m Central Lisbon Palace
3.000m2 plot with +5.000m2 construction
Residential and commercial licenses