Villa of modern design from the 50s, with three floors and excellent solar exposure, in need of refurbishment. The architect of this property, Ruy Jervis d'Athouguia, was the one who designed the headquarters and Museum of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, which won him a Valmor prize and which IPPAR considered as a national monument. Upon entering the gate we have access to a garden with a swimming pool (at the moment covered with grass, by option). The main entrance to the house is via the south facade, granting access to the private area with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. A west balcony accompanies the entire facade. Downstairs we find a large living room with several environments, with a fireplace and a dining area as well as a pantry, kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom. From the kitchen you have access to a patio which is ideal for meals. The living room has a full-length balcony. On the access to the outside floor we have two storage rooms and another bathroom with the terraced garden to the west, which ends in a watercourse. This villa is located in the center of Cascais, in an excellent and very quiet area.