Superb 4 Double Bedroom Villa in Mijas Malaga Spain
Euroresales Property iD – 9824776
This is a tremendous opportunity to purchase this exceptional detached villa situated approx 100 metres to the beach.
Living accommodation is distributed over two levels and comprises of a wonderful open plan lounge and dining area with patio doors leading to sunny terraces with sea views.
A fully fitted kitchen, guest cloakroom, 4 double bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.
The sweeping driveway leads to a large 2 car garage and storage with internal access to the house.
The property is fully enclosed and private with lawned tropical gardens, ample terraces and a wonderful pool.
This property lends itself to a lovely family holiday home or permanent residence and would make a great investment due to its current fantastic rental yield.
This villa must be viewed to appreciate the location and property size.
Calahonda is between Fuengirola and Marbella.
Mijas is a town and municipality in the Province of Malaga, in the autonomous community of Andalusia.
Located on the South-Eastern coast of Spain, Mijas belongs to the region of Costa del Sol Occidental.
The property could be used either as a holiday home or as a permanent residence.
A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Mijas Spain.
About the area:
The are of the province of Malaga is 7,308 km2 and its population is 1,652,999 (2013), which is concentrated mainly in the metropolitan area of Malaga, province capital, and throughout the coastal area. The population density surpasses both the Andalusia and Spanish averages, reaching 222.53 hab/km2. Malaga contains 102 municipalities. Besides the capital, its main cities are Marbella, Mijas, Fuengirola, Velez-Malaga, Torremolinos, Estepona, and Benalmadena, all in the coastal zone. The towns of Antequera and Ronda are located in the interior.
The prevailing climate is a warm Mediterranean with dry and warm, long summers with short, mild winters.
The geographical relief varies greatly from zone to zone. in general, the coastal zone has a subtropical Mediterranean climate.
To the north, a continental Mediterranean climate exists with cold, dry winters and warm summers.
its main industry and claim to fame is its tourist resorts, particularly those on the beaches along the Costa del Sol (“Sun Coast”).
These beaches are visited by millions of European tourists; other attractions include the gorge of El Chorro near alora, the Torcal de Antequera, the Moorish-Mudejar district of Frigiliana, the Dolmen of Menga, and the Caves of Nerja.