Marbella Hills

From € 365,000

Overview

  • Updated On:
  • September 2, 2022

Description

Property Type: Apartments, Penthouses

Price: From €365,000

Bedrooms: 2-3

Bathrooms: 2

This is a new resort nestling into the Sierra de las Nieves mountains in an area of exceptional beauty with 100 year-old forests where you can relax in tune with nature, even though the attractions of Marbella and Puerto Banus are less than 20 minutes drive away.  The Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park has been declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO and awarded an EDEN prize “Excellent European Destinations” in the Tourism and Intangible Heritage category.  You will find almost a dozen hiking routes around the Istán area in Sierra de las Nieves and six BTT mountain bike routes. Other activities available in the area include fishing, canoeing, climbing and canyoning.

All 32 apartments in our new residence have unrestricted views with a south-easterly aspect towards Marbella Bay and Gibraltar.  The project includes 4 blocks of 3 floors with homes in contemporary “open plan” style but with a rustic appearance that blends into the natural surroundings, with communal pool and gardens.  All 2 and 3 bedroom apartments have a solarium, a large terrace, premium brand finishing, a storeroom and underground parking.  It takes less than 45 minutes to get here from Malaga airport.  Apartment prices are from €365,000 for 2 beds and €440,000 for 3 beds (ex Vat at 10%).  Penthouses are from €510,000.  Construction is underway and the homes are expected to be ready in August, 2023.  And, of course, all deposits are protected by law under the Spanish bank guarantee scheme.

If you are interested in this property, please get in touch with Martin here.

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Country: Spain
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Property Id : 30459
Price: From € 365,000
Other Features
Near the beach
Close to amenities
Near Golf
Communal swimming pool
Parking
Gated community
Sea views
Storage room

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