This property is located on a magnificent plot of 3,400 mtrs. Andalusian style, located next to the beach. Its magnificent open rooms with wooden doors, a wonderful Andalusian patio and all its architecture make this property the ideal place to live. It consists of a main house with 4 bedrooms plus service and a second completely independent gues home with a bedroom.
The main house consists of an entrance hall with access to a large living room and separate dining room, large terrace facing south east overlooking the garden and pool, guest toilet, modern fully equipped kitchen with dining area and large windows from which to enjoy of the beauty of the garden. An independent exit from the house communicates service area where there is a bedroom with en suit bathroom. On the first floor there are 2 large bedrooms with en suit bathroom and access to a wonderful terrace overlooking the pool. The guest house consists of a large fully glazed living room with access to the pool and tennis court. The kitchen is open to the living room and the master bedroom with en suit bathroom are located on the upper floor. Features: Fireplace, private pool, tennis paddle, indoor garage for 2 cars and outdoor for more than 5 cars.

Guadalmina Baja

Guadalmina baja is separated from the commercial zone of Guadalmina Alta by the highway A7, and of the municipality of Estepona by the River Guadalmina.

In its origins, Guadalmina Baja was a sugar cane plantation, until Norberto Goizueta recognized the tourist potential of the area, and developed not only the golf course, but also the Guadalmina hotel, in the late 50’s and early 60, which still retains its prestige due to its proximity to the beach and its beautiful view to the golf courses that surround it.

The airs around the hotel were parceled out for the construction of luxury villas, demanded largely by the locals who came to Marbella in search of tranquility, privacy and proximity to both the sea and shopping areas. Some aras, like Roman vaults of Century 3, have been protected of the urban development, to preserve and to assure a unique environment apt for the citizen’s enjoyment.

Guadalmina Baja has its own church, the Chapel of the Immaculate, which houses international students from different institutions, such as the Spanish College, San Jose, etc.