Two-family villa located in the iconic Avencas district in Parede. It stands out for the 1960s architecture, designed by architect João de Sousa Araújo. The villa is split into two houses with private gardens and independent entrances, both with two floors (ground floor and first floor). The largest house has 332 square meters of living space. The main floor consists of a hall with an imposing staircase, a 70m2 living room opening onto the garden, a dining room, an office, a guests' toilet, a kitchen, and a maid's room. The first floor comprises three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a studio. This house also has a private garage. The second house has 130 square meters of living space. The main floor consists of a living room and a dining room - both with direct access to the garden, a guest's toilet, a kitchen, and a maid's room. The first floor features three bedrooms and a full bathroom. Close to the train station, beaches, shops, and various amenities.