Sierra Blanca, in Marbella, has become an emblem of the high-end real estate market in Spain. Within this panorama, there is one property that stands out, a villa that stands as a testimony of art, history and architecture.
Born in 1999, the house extends across 1,270 m², but what makes it special is the meticulousness with which it was designed. The Galician marbles and stones chosen for its construction reflect an unusual attention to detail, giving the villa an almost palatial air. This choice was not random, but sought to evoke the majestic constructions of yesteryear.
Although it was initially put up for sale for a price of 7,900,000 euros, its current value of 7,300,000 euros generates curiosity among the real estate market in the area.
From the first step inside the villa, one is met with double-height dome-shaped ceilings that lead to a central courtyard with a marble fountain. Other aspects that stand out in this home are its spacious living rooms and living rooms with a fireplace, the dining room with a vaulted ceiling and an ultra-modern kitchen.
The basement, equipped with a gym, a large games room and a garage capable of housing up to four vehicles, reflects the importance of combining functionality and style. Additionally, the property has a separate apartment, perfect for guests or staff.
The property shows a commitment to sustainability. Its energy certificate highlights a consumption of 1 kWh/m² year, with an F efficiency rating and a D emissions rating.
The property also boasts a heated outdoor pool, underfloor heating in all rooms, central air conditioning and double-glazed windows that guarantee maximum energy efficiency.
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