New, contemporary 5 bedrooms villa in prime residential area.
The villa is distributed the following way:
Floor 0 (Ground Floor):
- Entrance hall;
- Living room (56 sqm) with fireplace;
- Dining room (23 sqm);
- Fully equipped kitchen (25 sqm) with access to the barbecue area;
- Office /Bedroom (17 sqm);
- Guest bathroom;
Floor 1 (First Floor):
- 2 En-suite bedrooms (both with 16.50 sqm) sharing a balcony;
- 1 En-suite bedroom (20 sqm) with balcony;
- 1 Master Bedroom (21 sqm) with closet and terrace;
Floor -1 (Basement):
- Multipurpose Room (42 sqm);
- Maid's en-suite bedroom;
- Storage room;
- Technical area;
- Garage (70 sqm) for 3 cars.
- A/C in all of the sections of the house;
- Heated floor in the bathrooms;
- Solar panels;
- Double glazed windows;
- Thermal and sound isolation;
- Fully equipped kitchen and laundry room;
- Sound system in all of the divisions of the house;
- Electric blinds;
- Private pool and garden;
- BBQ area;
- Central vacuum.
Cascais is located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Serra de Sintra, Cascais has always been an important tourist center, having received during and after World War II a large number of refugees and exiles, among which stand out the Counts of Barcelona, King Humberto II of Italy, Carol II of Romania and numerous figures from the sports and cultural scene.
In the second half of the 12th century Cascais was a small fishing and farming village and from there it seems to derive the toponym Cascais, plural of shell (mound of shells), which should be related to the abundance of marine mollusks there.
From its inviting beaches to water sports, its rich historical / cultural heritage, the majestic landscape of the Sintra - Cascais natural park, to the lively nights, there are many options and opportunities for fun and leisure in Cascais.
Cascais, are the most westerly beaches of the county, being Guincho Beach, characterized by its strong winds coming from the west, which is why it is one of the scenarios of the European Windsurf Championships.
The best way to appreciate all the beauty of Cascais's coastline is by taking a 'seafront' walk along the 'seawall', a pedestrian path approximately 3 km long, between São João do Estoril and Cascais.
The center of Cascais is an old and picturesque fishing village, with small urban beaches where fishermen boats can be seen. Be sure to visit the historic center of Cascais and its typical and picturesque alleys. From Largo 5 de Outubro, where the former palace of the Counts of Guarda is today the Paços do Concelho building, you can admire and appreciate the beauty of Cascais Bay, or start a stroll to the marina through the Citadel and the former Convent Cultural Center of no. Mrs. of Piedade dated from the Century. XVI.
Energy Rating: A+