On the top floor, residents will be graced with a view of the historic Castelo de Sao Jorge, Portugal's majestic seat of power for over 400 years.
This five floor property at the seat of Lisbon's history will avail a privileged few with the opportunity to own a property of unique significance and lasting value. All around Rossio 93, one can be feel the rhythm of motion echoing the ebb and flow of city locals and tourists. The neo-manueline façade of the Rossio train station dominates the northwest side of the square, a wonderfully ornate XIX century structure with horseshoe shaped stone doorways, roof topped by turrets and a clock tower, whilst beneath the square the major Rossio metro station can be found.
Despite its official name now being Praça Dom Pedro IV, the square is still fondly referred to as Rossio by residents.