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Architect: Ernesto Palanco
Built surface area: 546m²
Surface area of terraces and porches: 383m²
Plot size: 2.061m²
Overlooking the 18th hole and enjoying stunning views of the Mediterranean, this fantastic, south-facing villa is spread over two floors and is built in a traditional Andalusian style.
The entrance leads to a bright 46m² living room with fireplace, dining room, fully furnished rustic-style kitchen equipped with the latest appliances and separate utility room. Two en-suite bedrooms, one with mansard ceiling with exposed wood beams and dressing room, finish off this area.
The first floor has a study, master bedroom with high mansard ceilings with exposed wood beams, dressing room and bathroom.
From the terrace, the property enjoys stunning views of the sea and Africa.
On basement level, next to the wine cellar, we have created an exclusive 39m² area which can be converted into a games/TV room or gymnasium. A bedroom, full bathroom and spacious dressing room finish off this lovely haven. Both share the use of the terrace which opens out to the garden.
The floors feature a combination of Travertine marble and solid oak wood. The exterior carpentry comprises wood with safety glass. Old roof tiles add a nice finishing touch to the property. The house has hot/cold air conditioning as well as an underfloor heating system which runs on water circuits and both are individually controlled throughout the property.
The garden is spread across two levels. On the upper, is an infinity pool surrounded by a mature garden with century-old olive trees and aromatic plants and vegetation. The french-style rose-garden, located on the lower level, adds a charming touch to the overall setting.
The villa has surface parking and a garage for two cars.
More info at: email@example.com