Bahía del Velerín, Four bedroom flat in front line beach complex
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 3
- Built: 137 m²
- Terrace: 61 m²
Ground Floor Apartment for sale in Bahía del Velerín, Estepona
Situated in a complex of forty flats on the New Golden Mile, between the Las Dunas and Kempinski hotels, both five star luxury hotels, and on the beachfront. It is within walking distance to all kinds of amenities including top class restaurants and supermarkets.
This elegant ground floor corner flat is south facing. It has direct access to the communal gardens and swimming pool. The complex has access to the beach.
With a built area of approximately 137 m2 and a terrace of 61 m2 this 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom flat has been completely refurbished using state of the art materials and qualities. The kitchen, of exquisite and elegant design, has Neff appliances, double glazing, air conditioning, fireplace, underfloor heating in the bathrooms, sauna, electric awnings, video entry phone and many other features that make this property definitely worth a visit.
The lift connects the flat with the garage and the storeroom.
|Community Fees (Monthly):||627 €|
- LOCATED IN A NEW COMPLEX IN THE WEST OF SAN PEDRO
- FRONT LINE BEACH
- ON THE NEW GOLDEN MILE, BETWEEN THE KEMPINSKI HOTELS AND THE DUNES
- GROUND FLOOR WITH GARDEN AND ACCESS TO THE COMMUNAL GARDEN AND SWIMMING POOL
- GARAGE AND STORAGE ROOM
- COMPLETELY REFURBISHED
- FURNISHED AND EQUIPPED KITCHEN WITH NEFF APPLIANCES
- UNDERFLOOR HEATING IN BATHROOMS
- AIR CONDITIONING
Bahía del Velerín, Estepona
The gorgeous town of Estepona, a hidden gem on the Costa del Sol
Just half an hour from the hustle and bustle of Marbella, the traditionally Spanish town of Estepona offers a unique option as an address. This town of 65,600 inhabitants is nestled on the coast halfway between Marbella and the golf community of Sotogrande, and 70km from Málaga airport. The town is a study in contrasts, with a centre that retains the charm of Old Spain, while master-planned, upscale developments grow out of its east and west flanks.