Features: Indoor: Fitness Center / Gym
This sophisticated set of only 4 independent villas is located in a prestigious urbanization on the Golden Mile – Lomas de Marbella Club. Known as one of the most popular luxury residential areas in Marbella, it is located opposite the Roman Bridge and close to the Royal Mosque. These villas are characterized by their beauty, elegance and comfort. All facing south and with a classic and modern appearance, with superior qualities throughout. Each villa has an elevated position which, together with its orientation, offers beautiful views of both the Mediterranean Sea and La Concha Mountain. The villa is well proportioned in layout, spread over 3 levels and a solarium to create an exquisitely tasteful 5-bedroom residence with multiple entertaining areas. Access to the villa is impressive thanks to its double height ceiling and large contemporary pillars.
The heated saltwater pool has a covered and an open terrace and an elegant hammock area that invites you to enjoy the beautiful Marbella climate with family and friends throughout the year. Upstairs the master bedroom offers privileged access to the large terrace with a spectacular view of the pool and the sea below. In addition to the entertaining areas in the garden, the spacious upper solarium has enough space for an outdoor gym with glass curtains, as well as more fabulous indoor and outdoor lounge areas. Marbella is located on the shores of the Mediterranean, between Malaga and the Strait of Gibraltar, and at the foot of the Sierra Blanca. Its municipal term occupies an area of 117 km², crossed by the highway and the toll road called the Mediterranean, the main accesses to the municipality. With 143,386 inhabitants in 2019 according to the INE, it is the second most populated municipality in the province and the eighth in Andalusia.
In addition, it is one of the most important tourist cities on the Costa del Sol and in all of Spain. During most of the year it is the center of attraction for international tourism thanks mainly to its climate and its tourist infrastructure. Although less known, the city also has a significant archaeological heritage, with several museums and scenic spaces, as well as a cultural calendar.