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In Estoril, in the area around Lisbon.
1 km from Estoril train station.
1 km from the sea.
5 km from Cascais.
13 km from Sintra.
25 km from Lisbon.
Cascais Bay to the west of Lisbon, is famous for its fine sandy beaches, its sunny climate and its first-class seaside resorts, which caused it to be known as the Portuguese Riviera. At the end of the 19th century, European nobility following the lead of Portugal’s Louis 1st came here to enjoy themselves in sumptuous holiday homes. Land of exile for numerous leaders during the Second World War, the little seaside resort of Estoril became a real nest of spies, who plotted in the muted lounges of its large casino. It was here that British intelligence officer, Ian-Fleming, imagined the character of James-Bond, based on the double agent Dušan-Popov, a brilliant spy and inveterate seducer. This elegant, 4-storey villa on the road to Cascais, 20 minutes from the Portuguese capital, could have been used as decor in the adventures of 007. Its astonishing silhouette stands amidst a lush 600 m² garden, like the prow of a cruise liner. The entrance on the ground floor opens into a large hall which provides access to a study, a dining room and a kitchen. Stairways go up to the first floor of the house, comprising a lounge and a suite. The second floor includes another lounge around which are laid out two more suites with balconies. And lastly, the entire top floor is taken up by a fourth suite, with a view of the sea. A swimming pool enhances this property, with its discreet, old-fashioned charm, on the edge of the Sintra-Cascais Nature Park and just a few minutes from the magnificent beaches on Costa-do-Estoril.
1 750 000 €