2 bedroom Townhouse in Benalmádena

Townhouse Unfurnished
90 m2

2 bedroom Townhouse in Benalmádena

Newly renovated Townhouse located in the cozy and quiet area "Tío Charles" within walking distance to Benalmádena Pueblo.

The home is located in a private enclosed community with 2 swimming pools and common shared areas.

On the ground floor you have the entrance hall, WC, fully equipped kitchen with washing machine and dishwasher, living room with fireplace and direct access to the sunny terrace.

On the 1st floor you will find 2 spacious bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and the large bathroom with bathtub, shower, bidet and double sinks.

In the master bedroom you have direct access to the terrace on the 1st floor, where you have both views of Benalmádena and the Mediterranean Sea.

In the second bedroom there is also direct access to the room’s own balcony with beautiful mountain views.

Recently renovation of the bathroom, among other things, as well as replacement of new windows and doors with armored glass has just been carried out.

The home has a tourist license and can be rented out all year round and it’s sold with a private parking space.

In the complex you will find two large pools, one of which is just 30 m. away from the house. From the large pool you have a great view to 10 km. coastline in both eastern and western direction from 250 m. altitude.

The residence is located within walking distance to Benalmádena Pueblo, where you will find cozy restaurants, bars, shops and shopping opportunities. You can reach the sea in just 3 minutes by car.

The complex is closed and monitored 24 hours a day.

Here you get an excellent opportunity to acquire a beautiful and ready-to-move-in holiday home in lovely surroundings, which you can enjoy all year round.

Property to suit every budget, beautiful beaches, shopping and nightlife to rival the best in the Costa del Sol, Benalmadena is the ultimate sunshine destination.

Benalmadena is one of the Costa del Sol’s most popular resort towns for good reason. It comes with everything you might expect from this part of Spain: great weather all year round, access to a coastline packed with fabulous beaches and a marina to rival the glamour of Marbella further to the west.

Visit the Arabian style Puerto Marina, where you can wander (or berth, if you are lucky) among some jaw droppingly beautiful yachts, take a trip out to sea and get a glimpse of dolphins or just stop and enjoy the many restaurants, bars and shops. Continue along the Paseo Maritimo promenade that stretches the length of the resort all the way to Torremolinos.

Away from the coast, Benalmadena has much to keep you occupied, including an amusement park, aquariums and one of Spain’s most visited casinos. And if you want to get away from it all, this varied resort offers stunning sanctuary: take the cable car to the summit of the 769-metre Calamorro mountain, meditate in the monumental Buddhist stupa or stroll around the lake at Paloma Park along with the rabbits, peacocks who roam free. Benalmadena is so much more than just another resort.

The official number of inhabitants in Benalmadena is 67,000 and around a quarter of the people you will meet here will be foreigners, a third of whom are British.

Benalmadena is well known for its developments large and small; you’ll find affordable apartments in larger high rises or pricier penthouses overlooking the marina.

You’ll find two public clinics and a hospital in town – or more accurately in Arroyo de la Miel, the largely residential district immediately to the west.

Getting around isn’t a problem in Benalmadena. You’re just twenty minutes’ drive from the centre of Malaga and its Airport. Public transport is also extremely convenient, with a regular bus service and an urban railway which runs through town and connects to Malaga and Fuengirola every 20 minutes.

Benalmadena is a town that loves to shop, and you’ll find plenty to spend your money on, whatever your budget or taste. Most of the small shops are on the main street in Benalmadena centre and around the marina. You’ll also find a small shopping centre and a bustling street market in the car park of Tivoli World every Friday selling clothes, jewellery, shoes, toys and food.

Cost of Living
With the town catering heavily to tourists you’ll find prices a little higher than in some of the Costa del Sol’s quieter spots. But with easy access to out of town shopping you should easily be able to keep your mont

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