Positioned in Lisbon’s northwest region, lies the neighborhood of Carnide. The area is rarely featured in tourist guides, the charm here lies in its authenticity. The population in Carnide has been on the rise in recent years. Housing complexes are frequently popping up to meet local demand. If you’re looking to get a foot on Lisbon’s expanding property ladder, Carnide could be a worthwhile investment.
A major appeal of this neighborhood lies in the old town, which is ordained with lively shops and restaurants. Typically, this Lisbon district is populated with locals. It offers little in the way of expat communities and tourist attractions. Despite that, the infrastructure is good. You’ll even find some enticing park areas to enjoy. Perfect for an evening stroll beneath the amber glow of surrounding lights.
🏠 Property prices: Low
📸 Tourist density: Very low
🌳 Green areas and parks: Some
💻 Coworking density: Very low
🌍 Nomad/expat popularity: Not very popular
📍 Distance from the city centre: Remote
🚌 Public transportation: OK-ish
🚇 Access to metro: Yes
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🌳 Green areas and parks: Some Jardim Bento Martins, Jardim do Largo da Luz, Jardim da Alameda Roentgen
🥑 Local market: Mercado Bairro Padre Cruz
🏥 Hospitals: Hospital da Luz (private)
🏊 Swimming pools: Espassus Piscina
🖥️ Coworking spaces: 1 Virtual Office Telheiras
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🚇 Metro: Carnide (blue), Colégio Militar (blue)
🚂 Train stations (intercity): 0
🚌 Bus station (intercity): No bus station
🏖️ Direct bus/train to the beach: No
🚲 Bike lanes density: High
💸 Average price: 3627 €/m2
📊 Comparison with the last year: -3.3 %
⚖️ Average price in Lisbon: 4595 €/m2
Photos by @mmichelerinaldi