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This is a 300 years old building split into multiple apartments in the middle of Lisbon. When doing some cleaning (removing some cover tables), what supposed to be a "small" cubicle/closet turns out to be the old access to the top of the building and isis 3 times bigger.

The flat needs some construction work/renovations but now with this weird finding and trying to take more advantage of the space (flat is only 40m2) ideas about needed, below some pictures:

Any ideas about how to take advantage of this space are more than welcome.

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My 6 year old grandson would love to make a “fort” there...

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Access the top of the building.

A funky semi-vertical closet does not let you charge much extra rent. But if this tenant has private access to a rooftop patio that is huge extra value. She can have potted plants, deck chairs, maybe a grill.

If you do not want her on the roof, open the top of the stairs to the roof and cover it with a skylight. Paint the stairs with water resistant paint. She can use the stairs as a solarium / grow room.

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