Elviria villa Sierra €1.250.000,-
This villa has 5 bedrooms, 4- bathrooms, a built area of 479 m.2 and a garden of 2000 m.2.
This beautiful modern villa was completed in 2008 and has a lift to all levels.
It is situated on a large corner plot on a unique viewpoint and is surrounded by nature with spectacular uninterrupted sea and mountain views.
The villa has 3 floors with elevator to each floor and has a south-eastern orientation. The windows are designed to take full advantage of natural light and to enjoy the view of the surrounding green spiral hill and the view over the Mediterranean.
Features include air conditioning and heating, satellite t. v., double garage, landscaped gardens with a large overflowing infinity swimming pool.
The villa is located in the La Mairena district in Elviria. Only minutes from 2 schools, restaurants, tennis center and a short walk to the golf courses of La Cala. If you are looking for a truly exceptional villa, which is competitively priced and exudes both charm and character, it could well be for you.
The distance to both La Cala de Mijas, the beach and Elviria is 10 minutes driving.
Ojén (population approximately 3,500) is a town and municipality that sits in the mountains behind Marbella in the autonomous community of Andalusia in southern Spain. Nearby cities include Mijas to the east, Marbella to the south, Istán to the west, and Monda and Coín to the north.
Its name is oddly derived from an Arabic word, hoxán, meaning “rough” or “bitter” place, thus it is curious that the Moors should establish a settlement in a place they presumably did not care for. In common with other inland villages such as Istán, Ojén was spared the Christians’ embargo on the Moors living too close to the sea after the Reconquest.
The town is situated beside the Almadán stream above the valley of the River Real at an altitude of approximately 200 metres, hemmed in by the Sierra Blanca and the Sierra Alpujata. These may provide a clue to the Moors’ determination to stay in spite of their apparent antipathy, for both ranges of mountains have long been known as rich sources of talc, nickel, iron and lead. This mineral wealth put the area in the forefront of the Spanish industrial revolution of the 19th century.
Close by, in the Serranía de Ronda, is the Refugio de Juanar. Originally the private hunting lodge of the wealthy Larios family, and a favoured retreat of King Alfonso XIII, this is now a hotel popular with tourists and hunters. The Serranía is still very much a hunting reserve where ibex, wildcats and eagles abound. It is also a favourite with ramblers and hikers who come for the mountain air and the panoramic views of Marbella and the coast 1000 metres below.
Ojén is famous for the production of Aguardiente de Ojén , or simply “ojen” (“OH-hen”) as it is known in English, an anise liqueur that once played a major part in the town’s economy. This liqueur, nowadays locally produced by the distillery company Dominique Mertens Impex. S.L., gained widespread fame abroad and is very popular in the city of New Orleans, Louisiana, especially during the Mardi Gras festivities.
- Privat Pool
- Very Luxury
- Sea View
- Big Terrace