Manilva villa Nora € 595,000,-
This villa has an exceptionally beautiful location in the urbanization La Chullera, Bahia de las Rocas. It has a built surface of 300 m2 and a garden of 1000 m2, with a beautiful panorama view of the Mediterranean sea, Gibraltar and the coast of Africa. The distance to the beach is just a 10 minutes walk (300 meters).
On the ground floor is the main house consisting of a large living room of 50 m2, a kitchen of 20 m2, 3 spacious bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, 2 bathrooms and a large terrace of 60 m2 with hard wood floor tiles and the most beautiful sea view of the Costa del Sol. Also located on this level is a swimming pool with outside shower and has a very private location without outside view.
The living room has a 7 meter wide sliding door with double glazing which opens onto the terrace, and a closed wood burner with 2 fans which is sufficient to heat the house on the cooler winter evenings. The hot water is obtained by means of a solar water heater, so that there is a very low monthly electricity bill. There are also solar panels on the roof to provide the rest of the equipment with energy.
On the lower level there is a complete apartment with kitchen, living room, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and again a spacious terrace of 60 m2 with the same beautiful view as the main house. This apartment has underfloor heating and a closed wood burner. Also a closed garage with space for 1 car, which currently serves as storage.
If you wish, the apartment is easy to rent for both holiday or long term. There is an option to realize a 2nd swimming pool belonging to this apartment.
This villa is located in a very quiet and safe environment and equipped with an alarm system with cameras which can be viewed 24/7 via your own computer. It is completely fenced with a stone wall and still has a breathtaking view. Furthermore, the house has security doors and the windows are equipped with rejas (bars for the windows).
The garden is mature and has palms, cork oaks, fruit-bearing trees and many flowering plants and shrubs.
The beautiful view is permanent. There is no possibility for buildings infront of the house in the future because it is qualified as a so-called ‘green zone’.
For the buyers there is a possibility to buy an adjoining plot of 1020 m2 at an additional cost of € 100,000, so that a total of 2020 m2 of garden can be realized or to build a 2nd villa. This plot is not sold separately!
Manilva is a municipality which lies on the coast at the southwesternmost edge of the province of Málaga on its border with the province of Cádiz in the autonomous community of Andalusia in Spain. It belongs to the comarca of Costa del Sol Occidental.
Manilva’s strategic position, close to the entrance to the Mediterranean, has resulted in a long history of settlement in the area going back to the Stone Age. In recent years traces of these early settlers has been found in caves in the Sierra Utrera, a ridge of limestone which runs behind the town. There is also a historically important Bronze Age hill fort which is currently the subject of a programme of excavations by experts from across Europe.
It is during the Roman period, though that the area first enjoyed prominence, as it was the site of a thriving fish processing industry, which exported products, including the highly prized garum paste (a kind of “Gentleman’s Relish”) which was in much demand back in Rome. Remains of the factory, a villa and bathhouse can be found today in Castillo de la Duquesa, one of Manilva’s coastal villages.
It was in the 16th century that the town of Manilva itself was founded, although a part of the neighbouring municipality of Casares, it gained its independence in 1795 and has grown ever since. For many years the chief industries were fishing, agriculture and viticulture. Manilva’s vineyards are famous for their moscatel grapes, used for the production of raisins and fine wines.
Since the 1970s, when the Marina and golf course were built, tourism has been added to this list, and in recent years Manilva has enjoyed the status of one of the Costa del Sol’s fastest developing municipalities, with almost a trebling of the resident population in the last 10 years.
Another area of development has been the business sector, with the establishment of an industrial estate just a few hundred metres from the Manilva exit to the A7 motorway, there are also literally hundreds of shops and office units available thanks to the construction boom of recent years.
Like all Spanish towns and cities, Manilva has an annual feria or fair, which in Manilva’s case is held in the second week of August, to coincide with Spain’s national holiday, Ascension Day on 15 August.
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- Privat Pool
- Guest House
- Sea View
- Big Terrace