This Villa with a project commissioned by the Royal Consul of Hungary to the architect Vasco Pereira de Lacerda Marques, son of the Tertuliano de Lacerda marques, 1921 Valmor prize, was originally the home of Santa Isabel of Hungary, located on a lot of 1944 meters, with a gross construction area of 586 square meters and spans three floors. The ground floor sprawls with the large hall, three bedrooms, two of which have a fireplace and all with access to the Terrace, the garden and the swimming pool. On this floor we have the social bathroom, kitchen, pantry and food storage. On the upper floor, in the most private area of the house, we have four bedrooms, one en suite with access to the balcony, and the other with access to the Terrace. The remaining rooms are supported by a full bathroom. On the garage floor, with enough space for four cars, we find a multipurpose room with wine cellar, laundry, a bathroom and two bedrooms. Located in one of the best and quietest streets of Estoril, this Villa has all the potential to become a unique house, just minutes away from the beach, the casino, the golf course, the train station, the access to the A5 and the marginal.