La Panera, Plot with sea views within a 27-unit development
- Plot: 2.957 m²
Plot for sale in La Panera, Estepona
The development is situated in the coastal municipality of Estepona, on the New Golden Mile. It is located approx 2 km to the north of the beach and the main coastal road, mid-way between the coastal towns of San Pedro de Alcantara and Estepona (7 km).
Puerto Banus and Marbella are only 10 km and 14 km away respectively. It is a 40-minute motorway drive from Malaga airport and 30 minutes from Gibraltar airport.
The complex is accessed from a new asphalt road starting from the N-340 road. Due to it’s the commanding position in the area, both the panoramic sea views to Gibraltar and Morocco and mountain views to La Concha and Sierra Bermeja are completely open and untainted by any high-density construction, giving it a quiet, unspoiled rural feeling yet being close to all amenities.
The development is high-quality urbanization consisting of 27 luxury villa plots, each of a minimum size of 2000 m2. Of these, 10 have been sold on which 6 impressive luxury villas have either been completed or are in the course of construction.
An attractive green zone consisting of 10,000 m2, some of which has been planted with trees and shrubs, is situated in the lower parts and to the south.
- 21% VAT not included
- 2.957SQM. LUXURY VILLA PLOT
- PLOT 18
- 500 M2 MAX BUILD
- PANORAMIC SEA AND MOUNTAIN VIEWS
- NEW ASPHALT ROADS WITH STREET LIGHTING
- DECORATIVE PAVEMENTS
- 10,000M2 GREEN ZONE
- MUNICIPAL STANDARD COMPLIANT
- FULL SERVICES:ELECTRICITY,WATER,SEWERAGE,TELEPHONE,ADSL
More about the development
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.