Reis Margos is a small fishing hamlet and its claim to fame is the Portuguese Fort that was built as an additional support to Fort Aguada to protect the mouth of the river Mandovi from enemy attack. To the modern day visitor the village is more welcoming, ideally situated half way between the beaches and restaurants of Candolim and the shops and nightlife of Panjim. This is one of the few places in Goa where the road follows the coast giving magnificent views over the sea with numerous photo opportunities. This is also a good area for birdwatching. Last season a fish eagle was nesting a few minutes away from the house and some keen birders spotted 30 different species of birds.
The house is a modern villa on two floors. It has a large first floor terrace and balconies from the master and first floor bedrooms, all with magnificent views. There are french windows from the dining room onto a small paved patio and a small plant filled garden and lawned area to the front and sides of the villa.