Paraiso Barronal, Close to the beach
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 3
- Built: 340 m²
- Terrace: 53 m²
- Plot: 1.248 m²
Villa for sale in Paraiso Barronal, Estepona
Southwest facing villa built over 2 levels in a beachside location next to the 5 star hotel at approximately 200m from the beach and bars, restaurants, shops and 10kms from Estepona and San Pedro de Alcantara and Puerto Banus.
The property welcomes the visitor to the entrance hall with a guest toilet, three bedrooms to the left hand side and a fully fitted kitchen with laundry area and sauna to the right handside. Two of the bedrooms share a bathroom and lead out to the covered and enclosed terrace and the third bedroom has bathroom en-suite. The ground level also features a split level lounge with a fireplace and dining area. The lounge also lead out to the covered terrace with built-in barbecue.
The upper level houses a master bedroom with a dressing room, a bathroom with a bathtub and shower, private open terraces with south and west orientation with views to the garden and pool.
In addition the property features air conditioning hot and cold, solar panels, marble flooring, PVC double glazed windows, video entry phone, sauna and jacuzzi.
|Community Fees (Monthly):||108 €|
|IBI/Local Tax (Annual):||1.887 €|
|Garbage (Annual):||240 €|
- SOUTH WEST FACING VILLA IN A PEACEFUL SETTING NEIGHBOURING A 5-STAR HOTEL
- LOCATED IN A BEACHSIDE ESTATE BETWEEN SAN PEDRO AND ESTEPONA
- WITHIN SHORT STROLL TO THE BEACH
- MARBLE FLOORING
- SOLAR PANELS
- CARPORT FOR 1 CAR
- STORAGE ROOM
- LAUNDRY ROOM
- PVC CARPENTRY WITH DOUBLE GLAZING
- AIR CONDITIONING
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.