Boasting spectacular views of La Concha mountain and surrounded by lush tropical greenery, Villa Nueva has recently undergone an extensive transformation. The result is a modern property with expansive open-plan interiors, bespoke furnishings and generous outdoor spaces ideal for soaking up the Spanish sun.
Entering the whitewashed villa on the ground floor, the hallway leads into a bright, airy lounge dotted with simple white sofas, a table that comfortably seats eight and panoramic windows with billowing white drapes.
The bright, airy lounge on the ground floor / ©Finlay Brewer International
Floor-to-ceiling retractable doors open onto an ample southeast-facing terrace. Adjoining the living room is a contemporary kitchen featuring dark wooden floors, a marble-topped island and stylish light fixtures.
Descending to the lower ground floor, future owners will find four en-suite guest bedrooms (all with the villa’s signature sliding glass doors) and an impressive master bedroom with its own dressing room and access to the terrace.
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Also on this floor is a cozy cinema room complete with plush green velvet sofas, an art deco style bar and a gym with a sauna and washroom. Perhaps most impressive is the spacious solarium and Jacuzzi (ideal for sipping a glass of bubbly at sunset). Of course, there is also a beautiful pool at the heart of the villa, surrounded by white stone loungers and sunshades for cooling off in the afternoon sun.
The pool at the heart of the villa is surrounded by white stone loungers / ©Finlay Brewer International
Eco-conscious buyers will be pleased to hear the redesign was undertaken with energy efficiency in mind. The villa is fitted with air source heat pumps that take the warmth from outside and use it to circulate heat inside (including cozy underfloor heating and comfort cooling) and eco-friendly bioethanol fireplaces when evenings get chillier.
When future owners aren’t busy teeing off at one of the area’s many exclusive golf courses, Villa Nueva is also located a stone’s throw from Puerto Banús, a bustling marina home to an array of luxury boutiques, waterfront bars and restaurants, and popular with celebrities.
“Within easy reach of Puerto Banús and in the heart of the Golf Valley this is perfect for those looking for a private home close to local hotspots,” said Rista Backovic, director of Finlay Brewer International (the agency selling the property). “The market on the Costa Del Sol is undergoing a period of exceptional activity, so we expect this to be a very attractive option for those looking for a high-profile holiday home.”
Villa Nueva is on the market for €4.995 million (approx. $5.786 million), finlaybrewerinternational.com
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