Costalita, Beautiful duplex penthouse completely refurbished
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 3
- Built: 154 m²
- Terrace: 92 m²
Duplex Penthouse for sale in Costalita, Estepona
Situated in the area of Costalita, this property is ideally located. It is within walking distance to all kinds of amenities such as restaurants and supermarkets and approximately 1 Km from the beach.
The property is a duplex penthouse. Recently fully refurbished it has been decorated and finished with a Scandinavian aesthetic, cosy and functional, perfect for year round living or as a holiday home. It has panoramic sea and mountain views and is bright and warm.
It has 154 m2 of constructed area plus 92 m2 of terraces distributed over two levels, three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The exquisitely designed kitchen is made of wood and has a practical central island and all the latest appliances, an original glass bottle rack, wine cellar and a beautiful terrace overlooking the sea with a kitchen, outdoor barbecue and jacuzzi. Air conditioning by airzone in every room and underfloor heating in the three bedrooms.
The property is sold with a garage space and a storage room.
The urbanisation has a communal swimming pool and children’s play area.
|Community Fees (Monthly):||250 €|
|IBI/Local Tax (Annual):||1.000 €|
- DUPLEX PENTHOUSE COMPLETELY REFURBISHED
- SCANDINAVIAN STYLE
- APPROX. 1 KM FROM THE BEACH
- GATED COMMUNITY
- CLOSE TO ALL KIND OF SERVICES
- AIR CONDITIONING
- UNDERFLOOR HEATING IN THE BEDROOMS
- ONE PARKING SPACE
- STORAGE ROOM
- BARBECUE AND OUTSIDE KITCHEN
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.