Gilmar Real Estate sells one of the best and most beautiful villas in Malaga. In the area of Puertosol, close to the best schools, with easy communication and access from the A7, located and in a quiet and very pleasant environment in a residential area, this fabulouse property is approximately 685 square meters built on a plot of 1,250 square meters.
The plot were this property stand is totally flat, without any unevenness, it has has spectacular views it was designed and built in 2000. With a very comfortable layout it has the following distribution. On the main floor, as one enters, there is a magnificent hall with a staircase, which leads to a very large fitted kitchen of about 25 metres with an office area and service entrance, a second living room or sitting area with afireplace, a guest toilet and a large living room also with a fireplace proportional to the size of the house.
The sitting area and dining area give access to the covered porch with a swimming pool and a leisure area; on the upper floor there is a master bedroom at one end, independent from the rest of the bedrooms wich includes a terrace, a dressing room area and en-suite bathroom; on the other hand, there are the other 3 bedrooms, all doubles, with fitted wardrobes and a bathroom. On the basement floor, we find a fully equipped cellar with its bar area, two rooms that can be used as guest bedrooms, a study areas, an office area, a children’s play areas, etc. , a laundry room and toilet. This floor is very complete and has a very comfortable layout for families.
As we indicated, the property was built not too long ago, so its state of conservation is impeccable, it was made with first class materials, it has many large windows to allow the entrance of natural light. The property includes a covered garage, with automatic doors for 4 vehicles.
Additionally the garden has a beautiful swimming pool, with barbecue and a chill out area, a small oasis in our own house.
Málaga is the second most populous city of Andalusia and has established itself as the coast’s commercial and cultural hub. Famous for its museums, restaurants and ferias (traditional festivities), Málaga’s new, modern port (Muelle Uno) has also become the docking ground for large cruise ships, inviting thousands of passengers to explore this historic city feeling the solid ground beneath their feet, before ruining carefully maintained diets over a spread of delicious tapas and generously flowing Tinto de Verano.