Marbella Golden Mile New Development Property For Sale With Golf & Pool Launched

The popular Andalucia Realty, available at +34 952 814 767, is offering a new townhome with three bedrooms, four floors, large landscaped gardens and a pool in the Golden Mile area of Marbella.

Marbella, Spain - February 9, 2018 /PressCable/ —

The leading Costa del Sol real estate agents Andalucia Realty expanded the range of properties they have available for sale in Marbella with a new contemporary townhouse development in the prestigious Golden Mile area.

More information is available at https://andaluciarealty.com.

Andalucia Realty is a popular real estate agency in Marbella, with more than 20 years of experience providing clients who would like to move, retire or invest in Costa del Sol beautiful villas, apartments and townhomes near the golf and the beach.

The agency has now expanded the large range of new development properties it has available for sale in Marbella with a new luxury development of townhouses surrounded by beautiful landscaped communal gardens and a pool in the prestigious Golden Mile area.

With 600 sq. meters of total living space laid out over four floors served by a private lift, the homes feature three large bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and built-in wardrobes on the first floor and a rooftop solarium with far-reaching views of the Mediterranean on the one above.

The ground floor includes a beautiful open space kitchen and a living/dining area with sliding doors to a private garden perfect for some al fresco dining, and the basement enough space for three cars and a home cinema or a fitness room.

It’s designed with large windows and high ceilings for a light and spacious interior, finished with large, classy porcelain tiles, fitted with a convenient Smart Home system for the electrics and kept safe by a solid wood front door with a security lock.

As one of best located new developments in Marbella, it also ensures the family is just minutes away from all the best shops, tapas bars, golf courses and beaches the Golden Mile area has to offer and a short drive away from the Old Town, the La Canada Shopping Center and the Málaga Airport.

Currently in pre-construction, these luxury modern townhouses are provided with a variety of floor plans and optional partition walls, open to personal design ideas or colors schemes and still available below the market value.

To get more information on this new property in Marbella’s Golden Mile or reach out to the friendly, multi-lingual team of agents at Andalucia Realty, the public can call +34 952 814 767 or browse the listing at https://andaluciarealty.com/en/propiedades/property-for-sale-in-marbella-golden-mile-ardh1139-3.

Contact Info:
Name: Laura
Email: sales@andaluciarealty.com
Organization: Andalucia Realty
Address: Avenida Del Prado, c/ viena , Marbella, Malaga 29660, Spain
Phone: +34-952-81-47-67

For more information, please visit https://andaluciarealty.com/en/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 299145

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