Type: Villa - Detached
This elegant and secluded estate is designed by the local Marbella architect, Miguel Tobal, and is situated in one of Nueva Andalucía's most private and desirable gated communities in La Quinta. Positioned at the end of a cul-de-sac, a magnificent driveway embraced by lavish gardens is followed by a beautiful porte-cochère that leads you into a 1 700 m2 villa. A double-height hallway overlooks the main living spaces and opens to a beautiful Bermuda grass garden and a pool area with unique panoramic sea and mountain views. Outside, you will find an enormous wrap-around covered terrace with several different seating and dining areas - an ideal environment for relaxation! The heated saltwater pool with a great rock cascade feature is accompanied by a gazebo with an outdoor kitchen and barbecue area. The main centrepiece of this property is an open gallery with two libraries overlooking the double-height ceiling…
Marbella, 100 kilometres square and 24 kilometres of beach, is known all over the world as one of the classiest and most beautiful holiday destinations in Southern Europe. It has everything: beaches, mountains, old world charm, cosmopolitan atmosphere and services, countryside and city, and a wonderful climate that keeps the temperatures cooler in summer and warmer in winter than the rest of Malaga province. From Cabopino to Guadalmina, passing through the pleasure ports of Marbella and Puerto Banús, the coastline is fine sand all the way, and the land that goes back from the beaches is a paradise of luxury housing developments, golf courses and beautiful mountain scenery. It is little wonder that Marbella has attracted millions of visitors for many decades, and that many people who come here on holidays decide to stay.
With over 330 days of sunshine a year and scorching summers with long warm evenings, Marbella is the place for exquisite living Having undergone major rejuvenation in recent years, Marbella has now truly regained its rightful place as one of the world’s premier resort locations. This is primarily due to the worldwide investment that has been attracted in recent decades, restoring the city to its former glory as Spain’s most exclusive destination. Whilst France has the Côte d’Azur and St Tropez, Spain has Marbella and Puerto Banús on the Costa del Sol, and they share many special attributes: an endless supply of world-class restaurants, beautiful sandy beaches, first-rate golf courses, fashionable shops, lovely yachting marinas and a vast number of chic bars and clubs to keep you entertained.