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ZC 50

5 bedrooms, sleeps 10

It doesn't get much better than this

This stunning family home is in a residential area on the Costa del Sol. It exudes style and comfort - from top to bottom, inside and out ...

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Bedrooms

Five (three double bedded; two twin bedded).

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Pool

Private swimming pool

9 m x 5 m, 1.2 m - 2.0 m deep.

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Location

In the Benahavis district, 7 km from the centre of Marbella, in the Western Costa del Sol region (Province of Málaga).

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Price

From 6,630 € to 8,240 € per week.

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This is the location of choice for many rich who have settled in and around Marbella.

This beautiful home has one of the most convenient locations on the Costa del Sol.

On the northern side of Marbella climbs steadily upwards into the hills of Sierra Blanca which rise up immediately inland from the coast. Three kilometres from the sea, at an altitude of 300 metres is where you will find this private community.

It's very easy to understand why many have chosen this location to build their homes. Totally peaceful, the setting is sensational. Just behind you is the verdant hillsides and mountain terrain of La Sierra Blanca, the fantastic backdrop to truly wonderful, panoramic southerly views. One looks down over Marbella to a huge, magical vista of coastal charisma far below.

An oasis of tranquillity

So peaceful, the setting is simply sensational. Verdant hillsides are the backdrop to wonderful, panoramic coastal views.

Beyond, the shimmering Mediterranean glistens gloriously blue, stretching right across the horizon. It's a view one will never tire of, whatever the time of day - or night. Watching from the terrace the golden sun setting over the sea is just one of many delights here.

Only minutes away from the 26 kilometres of glorious coves and fine, sandy beaches which surround Marbella, from the glitz and glamour of Spain's premier coastal hot spots (Puerto Banús is literally 'down the road'), within easy reach of half a dozen of the world's best golf courses, and short drive from the coastal motorway, right here it's an oasis of tranquillity.

And behind, up in the hills, you have the fabulous natural beauty of the Sierra de Ronda mountain range.

Space and comfort

The villa is decorated to a high standard, with fine furnishings throughout - and lovely details to match.

Everything is calm and joyful. A friendly neighbourhood of first class residences which offers a complete - yet complimentary - contrast to the palm fringed, golden beaches and super-cool lifestyle just down the hill. So near to everything - yet a different world!

And this is one of the very best of them ... it exudes space and comfort - from top to bottom, inside and out.

Lovingly decorated , with good taste and fine furnishings throughout - and fine details to match.

Not least of the advantages of this quite splendid home is that it is exactly that - a real home, designed and decorated by its owner as a family home for her children to grow up in, in the style, space and light she had enjoyed as a child in the open countryside.

So it's perfectly equipped and beautifully maintained - as all real homes should be.

Double gates open directly into the enclosed garden and parking space for two cars with parking. One enters into a delightfully planted attractive, enclosed garden - a profusion of colourful plants and trees all around.

Bougainvillea, jasmine and plumbago clamber up and over in a riot of spring and summer colour, at the same time providing dappled shade over the entrance; olive, palm and pine trees stand guard here and there.

Welcome to the good life!

Imperious views

Looking down over Marbella to a huge, magical vista of coastal charisma far below.

Grand double wooden doors open to the entrance hallway. Calm and composed, furnished beautifully, a staircase leading to the upper floor.

It sets the tone perfectly for the delights which follow throughout the rest of this fabulous house.

A few steps down takes you to an enormous and well appointed living room, sumptuously comfortable and very serene. A double door leads to a smaller "winter" sitting room, truly cosy under its partly beamed, vaulted ceiling. Original paintings adorn the walls, soft lighting casts a warm glow over plump sofas and furnishings. Its cool, blissful ambience is enhanced by air conditioning (throughout the house). Three sets of double doors open to the covered terraces and garden beyond.

An archway takes you through to the dining area alongside, equally appealing with it's elegant dining table taking centre stage. Also with double doors to terraces and garden.

Style and comfort

If you are looking for style, comfort and quality of life - plus the panache which is Marbella - then look no further.

The kitchen is, of course, impeccable! And very pretty too with its cheerfully coloured tile work and relaxed, easy style. You will want for nothing here, it's a very well equipped, and homely, it's a true country-style kitchen. Complete with an attractive breakfast area, a lovely space, light flooding in from the glass doors which open on to the gardens and terraces outside.

Returning to the hallway, a door leads to the only ground floor bedroom. Decorated in elegant tones of white and beige, with a comfy chair to relax in as the cool breeze and sunlight pour in thought the extra large window that faces the tranquil, leafy greenery of the garden. This room enjoys a full en-suite bathroom.

Tucked away under the stairs there's a utility / laundry room.

There is also a WC in the hallway.

All mod-cons

There's air conditioning throughout, good WiFi internet connection, and many terraces to enjoy.

The other four bedroom are upstairs. They are every bit as delightful ...

The master suite is superb, serene and classically furnished (as are all rooms in this villa). The luxury en-suite marble bathroom includes both a walk-in shower and bath tub (with jacuzzi); there's masses of built-in wardrobe space and the king-sized double bed faces the private terrace, you can lie in bed and contemplate the fantastic - and ever changing - views down to the coast.

The second double bedroom lacks nothing in comparison - it's another beautiful room which also enjoys the fabulous southerly views from balcony windows. The spacious en-suite bathroom beautifully tiled with a shower over the bath tub.

The other two upstairs bedrooms are twins, sharing a bathroom.

It is, of course, a house with all mod cons - there's air conditioning throughout. There's good WiFi internet connection.

A terrace runs all the way along the front of the villa, offering delightful sitting and dining areas, some in shade, some in full sun.

Obviously, there are other villas around and about but none interrupt the magnificent views down to Marbella and seascapes beyond.

A beautiful swimming pool

It goes without saying that the pool and its adjacent summer gazebo are fabulous, entirely in keeping with the inviting surrounds.

To the front of the house a small lawned area with a few steps down to the inviting pool.

To the side, a lovely, summer gazebo with a dinning area, plenty of seating, an outdoor kitchen with barbecue, open all the way around, with white curtains catching the breeze, this is an ideal shady spot to relax and enjoy the day!

To the other side sun loungers for anyone wanting to enjoy the direct sun...although there are also parasols offering shade if wanted.

If you are looking for comfort and quality of life - plus the panache which is Marbella - then look no further.

This is a beautifully appointed property of good quality - from top to bottom, inside and out - which offers the perfect setting for a marvellous holiday on the Costa del Sol.

Andalucia at its absolute, heavenly best

Magnificent beach and seascapes

Marbella has a marvellous micro-climate, many claim it's the best of all, and a coastline to match, some 26 kilometres of sun-drenched beaches bathed by the Mediterranean Sea.

There's something to suit everyone here, with live music, theatre and shows, casinos and clubs, fabulous restaurants and beach bars, not to mention just about every sporting activity under the sun.

Marbella has carefully cultivated its image over recent years as Spain's answer to St Tropez, a place for jet-setters and film stars, a glitzy playground for the rich and famous.

The ultimate in coastal charisma, Puerto Banús, is just five kilometres from the villa. This is the place to be "seen", yacht-side of course! Needless to say, nightlife is buzzing here with alfresco bars, piano clubs and discos which are open dusk until dawn.

Marbella, here we come!

There's something for everyone here - sun and sand, casinos and clubs, shopping and restaurants, a nightlife which buzzes from dusk until dawn.

A seaside resort par excellence with a lot going for it - but there's also more to Marbella than that. It's also a very attractive town with genuine Spanish character and individuality - as a trip to the lovely old part of town, El Casco Antiguo, will testify.

It's very pretty, a tangle of little streets, orange trees and traditional buildings with the atmosphere of a small village, rather than a cosmopolitan town. There are, of course, a plenty of restaurants to choose from, you can take a horse and carriage and travel around town in style, relax in one of the shady parks or just take a stroll along Avenida del Mar, arguably one of the most delightful promenades on the Costa.

If you wish to venture further a field, it couldn't be easier. Excellent motorways will take you quickly along the coast, both east (towards Málaga) and west (to Gibraltar and Tarifa).

Or, head inland from Marbella on one of Spain's most spectacular roads which continues its climb up into, then through the mountains, to Ronda. Other magical parts of Andalucia's fabulous rural hinterland - the Grazalema Mountains and Sevilla to name but two - lie beyond.

Villa Details

The Villa in Detail

All the facts and features about this villa

Distribution

Ground Floor

  • Entrance hallway
  • Living / dining room with access to the furnished rear terraces
  • Winter living room
  • Kitchen (which opens to the garden terraces)
  • Utility / laundry room
  • Bathroom (WC)
  • Double bedroom (king-sized bed) with en-suite bathroom (bath with shower over)
  • Office

First Floor

  • 4 bedrooms :
    • (1) master double (super king-sized bed) with en-suite bathroom (walk-in shower and jacuzzi bath tub with shower over)
    • (2) double (king-sized bed) with en-suite bathroom (bath with shower over) and balcony views over the gardens
    • (3) double (twin small double beds)
    • (4) double (twin single beds)
  • Bathroom (bath with shower over) shared between bedroom 3 & 4

Facilities

Entertainment

  • 47" flat screen TV (UK Channel Information)
    This property has a full complement of channels in multiple languages including UK terrestrial programmes, BBC, ITV etc.
  • DVD player
  • Selection of DVD's, books, toys and game boards
  • Fibre Optic WiFi Internet (bring your own devices)

Amenities

  • Open fireplaces in the living room
  • Air Conditioning (Cooling & Heating) throughout house
  • Under floor heating
  • Ceiling fans (in Kitchen, Porche and living room)
  • Washing Machine, Tumble dryer, Iron & board
  • All linen is provided (including pool and beach towels)
  • Hair dryers
  • Cot & Highchair available (on request)

Kitchen

  • Electric Oven
  • Ceramic hob and cooking grill
  • Microwave
  • 2 Fridge / freezers
  • Dishwasher
  • Toaster, Juicer, Kettle, Coffee machine (Dolce Gusto) and Blender
  • Cooking utensils, Cutlery, Crockery

Outdoors

  • Filtered chlorinated swimming pool (9 m x 5 m, 1.2 m - 2.0 m deep) accessed by steps, with underwater lighting
  • Chill out area with barbecue (firewood or charcoal), sink and small fridge
  • Sun beds, sun shades & hammocks
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  • Night lighting on the terraces
  • Outdoor dining and garden furniture
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  • Parking
  • Gardens, terraces and grounds
  • Electronic Security Gates

Notes

Weather permitting, the swimming pool will be open throughout the year (although, because it's not heated, the normal swimming season is from late April to September, inclusive).

Please, no smoking inside the villa.

Air conditioning is additional to the rental price and is paid locally at 190 Euros / week

During July and August, this property only accepts 2 week (Fortnight) bookings. The start day for bookings is flexible.

 

A weekly linen change and house cleaning are included.

Extra maid services, cooking and baby sitting can be arranged on request (payable locally).

A welcome pack (Fruit, milk, bread, butter, coffee and water) is provided on your arrival.

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Villa Prices

Prices and Seasons

ZC 50

2017 Season Dates Week Fortnight
7th January to 24th February 6,630 € 13,260 €
25th February to 2nd June 7,030 € 14,060 €
3rd June to 30th June 7,440 € 14,880 €
1st July to 15th September 8,240 € 16,480 €
16th September to 3rd November 7,440 € 14,880 €
4th November to 15th December 6,630 € 13,260 €
16th December to 5th January 2018 7,440 € 14,880 €

ZC 50

2018 Season Dates Week Fortnight
6th January to 23rd February 6,630 € 13,260 €
24th February to 1st June 7,030 € 14,060 €
2nd June to 29th June 7,440 € 14,880 €
30th June to 14th September 8,240 € 16,480 €
15th September to 2nd November 7,440 € 14,880 €
3rd November to 14th December 6,630 € 13,260 €
15th December to 4th January 2019 7,440 € 14,880 €

Special Offer

Special Offer: Early Bookings

Offering a 5% discount on any 2018 booking taken before Easter 2018 (does not apply to high season)

A further 5% discount on last minute bookings (booked within 4 weeks of arrival date)

Offer Ends: 24th March 2018

Notes

The villa is available for rental throughout the year but during July and August there is a minimum booking period of two weeks.

Air conditioning is charged at 190 Euros per week and is paid locally on arrival.

Security Deposit

A 1,000 Euro security deposit is required on each booking. This is held against your credit or debit card and will be cancelled one week after your holiday, subject to any reductions for breakages or damage. See Terms and Conditions for full details.

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Villa Location

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In the Benahavis district, 7 km from the centre of Marbella in the Western Costa del Sol region (Province of Málaga)

Location

In the Benahavis district, 7 km from the centre of Marbella, 5 km from Puerto Banus in the Western Costa del Sol region (Province of Málaga).

Costa del Sol beaches 10 mins.

Estepona 25 mins; Málaga 40 mins.

Gibraltar 1¼ hrs; Tarifa 1¼ hrs; Costa de la Luz beaches 1½ hrs; Jerez 2 hrs; Cádiz 2¼ hrs;

Ronda 45 mins; Gaucín 1¼ hrs.

Granada 2 hrs; Córdoba 2¼ hrs; Sevilla 2½ hrs;

Nearest Airports

Málaga 40 mins; Gibraltar 1¼ hrs; Jerez 2 hrs; Sevilla 2½ hrs.

See our Links Page for web sites of airlines traveling to Andalucia from the UK.

Around and About

This is an excellent base from which to explore this delightful and very beautiful part of Andalucía.

Excursions

  • Here you are in the very heart of La Costa del Sol with its wealth of sandy beaches, sun, fun and nightlife. Puerto Banus, where the rich like to parade their wealth (there is excellent shopping too) is just down the hill, 5 km from the villa. More folksy (by comparrison), Marbella with its beautiful old town (the Casco Antigua) is just a little further.
  • There's plenty of glitz and glamour in Marbella too, but it also has a more down to earth side, an air of individuality which can best be appreciated by exploring the honeycomb of narrow streets in the very pretty old part of town. Homes and shops intermingle to create the atmosphere of a small village.
  • There are, of course, mile upon mile of beautiful beaches, marinas, restaurants, bars, night life, every sporting activity imaginable ...
  • Fabulous nature isn't far away either. Immeadiately behind the town, the magnificent mountain known as "La Concha" is part of a range that extends right across the skyline. Within minutes you can be up in the hills with wonderful vistas across the sea.
  • Take the road to Ronda - always worth visiting anyway - which traverses the rugged, almost eerie mountains of La Sierra de las Nieves. There are a plethora of beautiful white villages and hilltop towns to explore and enjoy in the magnificent countryside of the Serranía de Ronda – Gaucín, Casares and Genalguacil to name just a few.
  • Other National Parks not so far away include the fabulous Los Alcornocales Natural Park and, just to the north of Ronda, the Grazalema National Park, one of the most beautiful tracks of mountain anywhere in Europe. Jagged peaks, gorges, chasms, faults and caves, underground rivers and deep canyons are interspersed, here and there, by some of the prettiest villages in Spain, Grazalema, Zahara, Setenil and the other famous "pueblos blancos".
  • Beyond lies Sevilla (2½ hours). It is impossible not to be captivated by its exuberant atmosphere: stylish, confident, ancient and proud, yet also convivial, intimate and fun-loving. If you don't know what alegría means, Sevilla is the place to learn!
  • If you head west along the coast there is another magical mystery tour of some of Spain's best attractions. Which doesn't include Gibraltar, in our opinion, although plenty want to visit for its history, VAT free shops … and fish & chips. It's an easy 1¼ hours drive from here.
  • Tarifa on the southernmost point of Spain is also an 1¼ hrs away. Looking directly across the Straits of Gibraltar to Morocco, Africa is so close you feel that you can almost touch it! Talking of which, the fast boat from Tarifa to Tangiers in Morocco takes just 35 minutes, so you can be exploring the local souks in just a few hours. Fascinating and colourful, it really is a different world.
  • Beyond Tarifa lies mile upon mile of magnificent white beaches on Spain's Atlantic coast, La Costa de la Luz.
  • Spain's unique sherry wine region (Jerez and Sanlúcar), is well worth a visit, enhanced no doubt by stopping at one or two of the famous bodegas along the way! Jerez de la Frontera is 2 hours.
  • Cádiz (2¼ hours) continues to evoke the romance, intrigue and mystery of centuries of trade (some legal, some not so) between Europe, Africa and the Americas.
  • Córdoba and Granada are both a couple of hours drive from here.

Activities

  • Here you are in the heart of the "Costa del Golf" with at least 25 top quality golf courses (including Finca Cortesin, Valderrama, Sotogrande, and San Roque) all within half an hour's drive. Even closer to home, there's La Quinta (on the slopes immediately below the house), Monte Mayor, La Zagaleta, Los Agueros, Los Naranjos, Aloha, Flamingos, EL Paraiso and Marbella Golf Club.
  • On the coast there’s every beach pursuit imaginable, from sailing and windsurfing, diving and snorkelling to whale and dolphin watching.

The Area

Costa del Sol

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Marbella

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