A contemporary villa situated in the town of Luz, Lagos, a place extremely popular amongst holidaymakers and people looking to relocate or make an income generated investment. Currently under construction it is expected to be completed by the end of October 2018.Spread across a build size of 377m2, this villa has multiple levels which include a basement, ground floor, first floor and roof terrace, an elevator has been installed to take you between each floor. The basement offers a garage with enough space for four cars, a games room, WC for guests, along with a technical area. An open plan living dining area can be found on the ground floor as well as a hallway, an ensuite bedroom, fully fitted kitchen with high end appliances and a large wrap around terrace which is great spot to relax with guests. Another guest WC is available on this floor. The first floor consists of a further two ensuite bedrooms which each have fitted wardrobes and access to their own private terraces. From this floor you have access to the roof terrace, either via an elevator or stairs.With an impressive plot size of 1130m2, the property itself will be surrounded by large, landscaped gardens which offers a private pool and BBQ area - perfect to enjoy the Algarvian sunshine or to entertain the friends and family. This villa is completely fenced so privacy is ensured, and offers a gated entrance which is electrically controlled. Some extras within the property include both underfloor heating and cooling, PVC doors, double glazed window and double ceiling lighting. Lagos is a town in the Western Algarve, hugely popular among people of all ages and attracting tourists from all corners of the world. It is well known for its iconic beaches and coves of Dona Ana and Praia do Camilo. The cliff tops of Ponta da Piedade provide a stunning view to the sea and surrounding natural beauty. The centre of town is home to many historic landmarks, including the 18th-century church of St. Antonio, castle walls and the Castelo dos Governadores, one of the town’s oldest features.