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Extremely well-built and very easily maintained luxury villa located on a hillside with open countryside on one side and magnificent views to the Mediterranean from the house and the terraces. This is one of the best-built properties in the area. So much care and attention has been paid not only to how the house looks but to how it functions as well. Every element has been designed to maximise efficiency and minimise running costs, through the design itself, through the quality of the materials used in its construction, through the levels of insulation and through the triple glazing of the thermally efficient windows with interior electrically operated shutters. The ceilings are unusually high which adds to the feeling of space and light and all of the fittings throughout the house are of excellent quality.
The property is laid out as:
Ground floor: entrance, large light and bright lounge and dining area with views to the sea and patio doors to the swimming pool area, beautiful modern kitchen with island, two bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, one with en-suite bathroom and a second bathroom.
Outside, on this level, there is the swimming pool and approximately 200 m2 of terraces with spectacular sea views.
First floor: Very spacious master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, built-in wardrobe and two terraces with sea views.
Lower floor: huge garage with space for three cars, store room and machine room which houses the German-built central heating boiler.
Outside there are low-maintenance gardens and a deep swimming pool plus covered log store and a 10.000 litre water deposit. All services are connected and, in addition, domestic hot water is generated by solar power.
There are two main parts of Salobreña; The first is The Old Town which sits on top of a rocky prominence and is a cluster of whitewashed houses and quirky steep narrow streets leading up to a 10th-century Moorish castle. This is called 'El Castillo De Salobreña' which is one of its main tourist attractions. The second part of Salobreña is new developments which spread from the bottom of The Old Town right to the Beach. The whole town is almost surrounded by sugarcane fields on each side along the coast and further inland.
Another tourist attraction in Salobreña is 'El Peñon' (The Rock) which divides two of Salobreña's five beaches and juts out between Playa La Guardia and Playa de la Charca/Solamar and into the sea.
The last remaining cane sugar factory in Europe was located along the coast just west of the village of La Caleta de Salobreña. It closed in 2006.6
Panoramic Views Parking Area
Spectacular Views Terraces
Central Heating Fully Fitted Kitchen
Mains Connection Swimming Pool
Close To Village Easy Access Private Entrance
South East Facing Tranquil Location Very Private