Nestled in the heart of Nueva Andalucia’s Golf Valley, this magnificent family villa has undergone a complete renovation, offering an opulent and expansive living experience. With three levels of living space, the property boasts an open and airy layout that is awash with natural light, creating a serene and welcoming atmosphere. The entrance level features a chic and contemporary living room that flows seamlessly into the open plan kitchen, making it the perfect space for hosting guests. Additionally, this level has three generously sized double bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a guest WC. Ascend to the top floor, and you’ll discover two more bedrooms, including the stunning main suite and a guest bedroom, as well as another bathroom.
One of the most striking features of this property is the expansive 90m2 solarium terrace that offers awe-inspiring views of the surrounding area. From the majestic La Concha mountain to the east, to the stunning vistas of the golf course and Puerto Banus towards the south, and the mesmerizing evening sunsets on the west side, this terrace is the ultimate space to unwind and relax.
But the outdoor space doesn’t end there. This property also boasts a range of recreational spaces that are sure to delight. The basement area is home to a TV room, gym, sauna, and games area, while the outdoor facilities include a salt water pool.
Nueva Andalucía is the largest neighbourhood in Marbella, extending over several square kilometres. With an official census population of around 15,000, the area sees an influx of visitors during the summer months. The key attractions today are the vast residential estate, reasonable access to the highway and Marbella, and, for many, the convenient taxi ride home from the Puerto Banús nightlife. As a large residential area, Nueva Andalucía offers plenty of small commercial centres and restaurants for those who prefer to stay local. This residence is not just for golf enthusiasts – it’s an ideal abode for anyone who loves an active lifestyle surrounded by dreamlike nature, yet still wants to take advantage of the area’s hotspots.