House designed by the prestigious architect Agostinho Ricca, executed with high quality materials.
Rosewood floors and American oak ceilings. All the woods used are massive. Underfloor heating.Garden and garage (2 cars).
Interior Top floor
Master suite with a dressing room area, a living room area and a full bathroom
large living room with a fireplace
service area / scullery
1 half bath
small living room
servant's room (suite)
- 3 bedrooms
- 2 full baths
room with a big safe deposit
mechanical room (with heating machines)
Garage: 2 cars
Total Land Area: 1100 m2
Private Living area: 513 m2
30 minutes from Porto
About the architect Agostinho Ricca Several exhibitions and conferences marked, in 2015, the celebrations of the one-hundredth anniversary of the architect Agostinho Ricca birth (1915-2010), one of the most important figures in the cultural scene in Portugal. Agostinho Ricca developed its activity mainly in the city of Porto, were he was born. Among his architectural works, reference to a housing complex in Júlio Dinis Street (1960-1961); a housing complex in Boavista (1962-1973), in collaboration with João Serôdio and José Carlos Magalhães Carneiro, which includes the church of Nossa Senhora da Boavista (1975-1979); a beach house in Valadares (1962), Vila Nova de Gaia; Santo Tirso City Council premises (1970); the industrial buildings of EFACEC, in Leça do Balio (1948/1984); the urbanization of Quinta de Miramar in Foz, Porto (1980-84).the Palace of Justice in Baião (1980's); Santo António Sanctuary, in Vale de Cambra (1993); the church of the Sagrada Família, Chaves (1995).