People have always spoken of luxury as a description of fine amenities and good living, but the concept of luxury has continued to evolve over the years and does so even now. This is especially true of residential luxury, for along with other prized items such as fashion, cars, jewellery and art, a home is the ultimate expression of one’s taste, status and lifestyle.
With around 320 days of sunshine annually, the Costa del Sol encourages an outdoor lifestyle. Residents of Marbella are rarely stuck indoors because of bad weather and choosing the right property to make the most of the mild temperatures in winter and the summer sun, as well as the longer daylight hours throughout the year, will ensure that you spend much more time in the health-giving fresh air.
Marbella is among Spain’s top destinations for overseas buyers according to data from Tinsa and other organisations. The statistics show that the growth in the Marbella property market is not just a rumour being spread by the coast’s real estate agents; it is a verifiable fact.
Mention the Golden Mile of Marbella to anyone who knows the area and what are the first words that spring to mind? Exclusive, luxurious and elite are probably guaranteed to be among them, for this area, while actually closer to five kilometres than a mile, really is gilded in property terms.
When considering the purchase of a luxury apartment on the Costa del Sol, many people’s thoughts automatically turn to Sierra Blanca with its discreet luxury environment close to Marbella’s fabulous Golden Mile, or the glamour of Puerto Banús, overlooking exclusive yachts in the harbour.
Situated in the mountains of Alhaurin de la Torre, with panoramic vistas sweeping down to the sparkling Mediterranean, is an authentic Spanish finca that will be a dream home for its new owner.