Casares apartments Celere from €184.200,-

This residential complex consisting of 104 apartments with 2 and 3 bedrooms. Each block has 3 floors, spacious terraces with sea views and parking. It is an urbanization with large common areas including gardens for a relaxing walks. The apartments have a modern and innovative design where quality, versatility and durability are fundamental to a comfortable life.

The apartments have a B-energy rating, which means a reduction of CO2 emissions and a significant reduction of energy bills. The estimated annual savings of the energy consumption of gas and electricity can go up to € 700,-

Common areas are one of the priorities for this project. They are open and attractive spaces to have a healthier lifestyle, stay in shape is now easier than ever.

The swimming pool

The pool is designed so that adults and children can enjoy a common room with friends and family that makes the summer months more pleasant and above all refreshing.

Fitness room  The fitness room is fully equipped and exclusively accessible to the residents.

Célere is located in Casares Costa in the Doña Julia district. Various recreational activities are possible, such as the Doña Julia golf course or the port of La Duquesa and Estepona. Casares Costa is easily accessible from the A7 motorway or the AP-7 toll road. It is just 60 minutes from Málaga airport and train station, 10 minutes from Estepona, 15 minutes from the center of Marbella and Puerto Banus and 38 minutes from Gibraltar airport.

Casares is one of the most beautiful villages in Spain. It is located in the province of Málaga and bordering the province of Cádiz and is often considered an icon of the typical Andalusian white villages with narrow steep streets and whitewashed houses. Casares is also known as the “hanging city”. It stretches over 160 square kilometers and has a population of about 7,000 inhabitants. Apart from being a charming village, the historic center has been declared an artistic ensemble. The views are phenomenal! At the highest point of Casares is the castle, with a beautiful view of the valley, hills and coast that form part of the Serranía de Ronda and continue to the bay of Algeciras. The tradition of Casares, the warm and winter mild climate have made it a popular tourist and residential destination. And, except that it is considered one of the most beautiful in Spain, it also has 1.3 km of beach.

2 bedrooms:

Apartment constructed from 92.83 m2 to 98.25 m2.

Terraces constructed from 33.01 m2 to 43.58m2

Prices between €184,200 and €284,500

3 bedrooms:

Apartment constructed from 112.39 m2 and 114.21 m2.

Terraces constructed from 35.33 m2 to 52.48 m2

Prices between €205,700 and €333,600

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In Roman times the spa of la Hedionda, located on the road to Manilva, was already well known, and this is where Julius Caesar supposedly was cured of a liver complaint, thanks to the sulfuric waters that still pour out of the local spring. For this reason that during the Roman Empire, Casares was allowed by emperors to mint its own coins.

The 12th century Castle, around which grew the present town center, was founded by the occupying Moors. In 1361, Peter I of Castile and the dethroned Muhammed V signed the Pact of Casares, by which the Moorish King recuperated his throne, leaving Casares as part of the Nasrid Dynasty. The town surrendered to the Catholic forces after the fall of Ronda in 1485 and was handed over to Rodrigo Ponce de León, Duke of Cádiz. Later during the Rebellion of the Moriscos, Rodrigo’s descendent, the Duke of Arcos, accepted the surrender of the rebel Moriscos, the Moors who had “converted” to Christianity. Casares had taken an active part in the Morisco rebellion, put down by Don John of Austria. The town separated from Manilva in 1795, being granted the title of Villa. At a later period, Casares was the only town, apart from Cádiz, that the Napoleonic troops has not been able to take.

More recent history indicates the old village as the birthplace of the father of Andalusian nationalism, Blas Infante Perez de Vargas, labor lawyer, politician, and writer, who is considered to be the largest historic figure in Andalucia. He was born in 1885 and died during the civil struggle in 1936.

Since 1978 the historical and artistic heritage of the village has been officially protected.

 

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Property Features

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

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