748770 Property description

DETACHED FAMILY VILLA IN VALDEOLLETAS

Comprising of 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms this property offers luxury coast living for the whole family.

On the ground floor is a reception room, large open plan living room with fireplace and access to the south facing terrace overlooking the gardens and pool, great sized kitchen with separate utility room and access to the garden and a double bedroom with en-suite bathroom.

The first floor has 3 large double bedrooms with en-suites and fitted wardrobes, the master bedroom has its own walk in closet and also a private terrace that overlooks the pool and benefits from an amazing sea view that over looks Marbella and Puerto Banus.

There is a large roof solarium with an even better panoramic sea view and makes a great place to relax. In the garden the terrace has an integrated BBQ & pool side shower.

The property offers a huge basement, great as a games room or home cinema, there is a wine cellar, great sized store room, another double bedroom/office and bathroom.

Comes with a private double garage.

Close to the beach & all amenities

Considered unofficially as the capital of the western Costa del Sol, there is no doubting the fact that Marbella has all the qualities required to merit its position as one of Spain's premier tourist resorts. Its privileged location, at the foot of the Sierra Blanca and on the coast, create an excellent climate and a landscape of immense beauty.The town dates back to Roman times, a period from which abundant archaeological remains are to be found; two towers and the castle walls bear witness to the presence of the Arabs; and in the old centre of the town, Our Lady's Church, the Chief Magistrate's House and St. John's Hospital were all built after the Christian reconquest. However, it is for its excellent sun and sand holiday facilities that Marbella is best known: magnificent spacious beaches, natural AREAs of great interest such as Cabopino Dunes or Las Chapas Pine Groves,pleasure harbours, golf courses, sports clubs and a wide variety of establishments to justify its reputation.Seven kilometres from the centre of Marbella is the densely-populated San Pedro de Alcántara district, which lies within Marbella's municipal boundaries and appeared as a result of the building of a sugar refinery in 1860.