3 bedroom Villa in Málaga

Villa Unfurnished
361 m2

3 bedroom Villa in Málaga

Magnificent villas of high quality, Mirador Colinas del Limonar, these are designed to enjoy unique and natural surroundings. It is characterised by a privileged location in the heart of Malaga, the meticulous care of every single aspect is what makes villas de Mirador de Colinas del Limonar a unique and unrepeatable promotion.

It is a modern and functional project with 3 or 4 bedroom houses where the large terraces are the leading lights. This is a design that has been studied to satisfy the current needs of the market and its main aim is to ensure comfort, well-being and quality in every aspect and finishing.

The house space is distributed as follows:

Ground floor:
Each house has a direct and individual access.
The entrance hall is the main axis to enter the house, it integrates us in its big and bright living room with large windows, creating an indoor-outdoor continuity aided by clean lines that provide light and peace to the house.
In the same floor we can see a large and fantastic kitchen from which we can enter to the attractive outside porch with a paved surface depending on the type of house. In practice, it becomes an open-air dining room, extending the space of the already spacious living-room.
The rest of the accommodations of this floor present different distributions, from one to three bedrooms. The toilet of this floor is distinguished by its quality, with all the features focused on comfort.

The house also has a private garden up to 225 m2 in the ground floor, depending on the type of house, like that we not only achieve an aesthetics or amusement function, but also the right temperature at any time of the year.
It is divided into two areas: a paved area and a vegetation and garden area.
A pool with a chill-out zone. We have created this unique space that connects the terrace and the pool to live special and unrepeatable moments (depending on the house).
We have made use of a staggered area in the ground to design on the side of the pool a rest area next to the waterfall (depending on the house) which is a unique space of this area. It produces a relaxing effect, creating a natural and fresh environment.
It has a garage for two or three cars depending on the type of house.

Top floor:
It is distributed in: a master bedroom that has a large dressing area and an en-suite bathroom. You can enter to the toiled through a glass door, designed specially to provide sea views, in addition, the bedroom also has a large private terrace that is south orientated.
According to the typology, we have houses of two or three bedrooms and one, two or more bathrooms. All of them are south orientated and provide sea views.

It has three big parking spaces (depending on the type of house) and a multipurpose area that could be used as a cellar, a den or a play area.
One of the qualities of this project is the way in which the natural light enters to this area, it comes from the English-style patios enabled. They provide light and ventilation, turning this open-plan space into a pleasant corner with views to a garden area.

Málaga city is not just the gateway to the Costa del Sol, it’s filled with art, historical sites, modern shops, beaches and some of the best food in the world.

This once shabby port city has undergone a reinvention in the last twenty years. With the opening of the Picasso Museum in 2003 (he was born in Málaga), there has been an influx of public money spent on a cultural expansion. From the urban street art of MAUS (Málaga Arte Urbano en el Soho) in Soho to the building of the new Centre Pompidou in the luxury Muelle Uno Porto, there’s a feast for eyes everywhere you turn.

The overspill is the modernisation of the infrastructure and an explosion of hospitality towards creative types – with high-end restaurants, vintage clothes shops, boutique hotels, roof terrace bars and a generally cosmopolitan atmosphere thriving well into the night.

Then there’s traditional Málaga. The Alcazaba is a Moorish fortress adjoining the ancient walls of the city. There are 15 beaches, all lined with Chiringuitos – traditional beachside eateries, grilling the morning’s catch on the sand. The locals are nicknamed boquerones (anchovies) because of the quantities they eat and there are many tapas bars, specialist ultramarinos (traditional grocery stores), street and covered markets selling the bountiful local produce. The clement year-round weather makes this a brilliant city for outdoor events. From street performers to grand city-wide festivals, there is a never a lack of activity.

Unlike some Spanish cities, Málaga does not wind down in summer, with over 1 million tourists a year and many of those in the heat of June – August. Expats can expect a lifestyle of parties, good food and multilingual chat for much of the year, with a particularly bustling summer.

With the rapid overhaul came higher property prices in Málaga’s city centre. Fortunately, there are interesting districts where you can still find affordable housing, for example, the university district, Teatinos, is popular among students and young families. The centre typically offers apartment living, while villas and townhouses are available in the suburbs.

Málaga has established a good reputation for shopping. The Calle Larios pedestrianised zone has hundreds of international high street stores whereas Muelle Uno has designer boutiques servicing the wealthy cruise ship dockers. The Málaga branch of El Corte Inglés is packed with Spanish fashion, homeware and a good supermarket. Many districts have local leisure facilities, banks and postal services.

Málaga airport has flight connections to over 60 countries worldwide. From the airport, you can reach the city via train (8 minutes), express bus service or taxi. The Renfe train service operates out of María Zambrano station and you can travel to pretty much anywhere in Spain. Málaga to Madrid is just two hours 45 minutes on the AVE fast train. You can also catch the local train from Málaga to Fuengirola and there are buses serving the city centre and suburbs.

Málaga is densely packed with medical practitioners in either clinics or private practice, seven of whom advertise English language services. There is a well respected Maternity Hospital, a nursing school and several hospital sites spread throughout the city.

Cost of Living
Housing in Málaga is cheaper than both nearby coastal resorts and most UK towns. The outdoor lifestyle makes leisure a lot cheaper too, eating out can be either very expensive or very cheap, depending on your budget.

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