Benahavis apartments Unico from €396.600,-

Unico consists of apartments with 2- and 3- bedrooms on the ground floor and first floor, and duplex penthouses with

3- bedrooms all of which have a spacious terrace or private garden. This is a small-scale new development project of only

24 apartments and is located in the Los Arqueros district.

The apartments are spacious and have a size between 97 m.2 and 138 m.2. The size of the terraces is between 38 m2 and 117 m2.

The distance to the beach and the shops is 10 minutes drive. Marbella and Puerto Banus are also 10 minutes away by car.

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Benahavis is a Spanish mountain village between Marbella, Estepona, and Ronda, 7 km from the coast. Renowned for its restaurants, it is often called the dining room of the Costa del Sol.

It holds 9 of the 60 golf courses in the Costa del Sol; that number is expected to increase to 15 in the next decade.

On the southern face of La Serrania de Ronda mountain range, Benahavis is one of the most mountainous villages on the western Costa del Sol, near the resort beaches as well as the spectacular mountains of the Serrania de Ronda. Its terrain is traversed by the Guadalmina, Guadaiza and Guadalmansa Rivers. Places of great natural and historic interest are to be found within its boundaries, such as El Cerro del Duque, Daidin and the Montemayor Castle.

The town itself is surrounded by natural parkland and still has a modicum of a secluded, cozy feel. La Zagaleta, an exclusive gated residential estate and country club overlooking the village, is within its municipal boundaries. It contributes to Benahavis’ status as the richest municipality per capita in Andalucía.

In recent years there has been extended development of the village and the surrounding area with many hundreds of dwellings being built, not only reducing the proportion of local inhabitants but also despoiling some of the beautiful landscapes in the mountains and approaches to the village[citation needed].

During the late 1990s, the Junta de Andalucia constructed a dam on the site of an old marble quarry, and now for much of the year the once ever-flowing Río Guadalmina is merely a dried-up riverbed.

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Property Features

  • Community Pool
  • Garage
  • Luxury
  • Contemporary
  • New Developments
  • Sea View
  • Big Terrace
  • Airco