Imagine classic seaside resorts such as the idyllic spots of South Californian, Ligurian or Côte d’Azur coasts… El Madroñal is comparable to those finest hillside residences, with its breath-taking panoramic views over the sparkling blue Mediterranean towards the Strait of Gibraltar, African coast with Rif Mountains, majestic Andalusian mountains, pastoral hills and picturesque Guadaiza River Valley with golf-courses.
Buying and selling property is not an easy process and requires certain knowledge from both parties involved in the real estate deal. It is important for the buyers to understand that their expenses are not only a fixed price and a figure in the contract. In addition to the payment for the square meters of a future property they will have to pay some additional costs. It is equally important to be clear about the ongoing expenses you will face as a property owner.
For 25 years Costa del Sol considered to be one of the safest areas in Europe with Marbella having the unprecedented low crime rate. Some people connect it with the controversial personality of Jesús Gil, who ruled Marbella as a mayor for three terms and conducted a powerful campaign against prostitution, begging and drugs. He did make Marbella safer by evicting “unwanted citizens” and improving police by recruiting legionaries and elite military forces from Spain and North Africa.
There are many luxurious properties in Marbella, but this beautiful nine-bedroom villa in La Quinta de Sierra Blanca on the inland extension of the Golden Mile ranks among the very best this region has to offer. A mansion in the elite category of Marbella real estate, if features 2.438 square metres of built space on a plot of over one hectare. The property is set within landscaped gardens surrounded by its own green belt of trees and open nature.
Beautiful Sierra Blanca … One of the most privileged, fabulous parts of southern Spain, justly appreciated as one of the most sought-after areas in the whole Mediterranean. What makes it so desirable and truly exclusive? First of all, its stunning luxury properties set against the picturesque foothills of Marbella’s symbol, the majestic mountain of La Concha, proudly towering above the city at 1,300 m. These are mostly magnificent mansions and elegant villas with ultra-modern amenities, advanced features and a diverse array of luxurious elements, with exquisite interiors, own fitness centres, home cinema, authentic wine bodegas, with plots of impressive size, lush subtropical and park-like gardens with large swimming pools and outdoor areas ideal for enjoyment of nature, food and wine.
It is necessary to open a bank account in Spain if you plan to reside in the country for several months of the year. This is even more important if you are buying a property or starting a company in Spain, as apart from paying the property transaction, you will also need a bank account to contract utilities, such as electricity, water and gas for the residence. Other advantages of having a Spanish bank account include access to mortgages and loans.
The Drumelia Real Estate Project Management department offers a service that is flexible and tailored to the client’s needs, building on our technical know-how, management skills and experience to give investors and private homebuilders total peace of mind through an approach that is entirely transparent, accountable and aimed at delivering your home or project on time and to the agreed budget.
From 14th to 16th March this year, a Marbella delegation consisting of the Mayor, José Bernal, leading figures from the Town Hall, and the principals of Drumelia Real Estate represented the town at the 2017 edition of MITT Moscow. The 24th edition of the Moscow International Travel & Tourism Exhibition – one of the top five travel exhibitions in the world – brought together over 1,600 companies and 27,500 people in the Russian capital. Still one of the fastest-growing tourist markets in the world, Russia is particularly important in the luxury segment…
Translated, Capital Gains Tax in Spain is officially called the tax on the Increased Value of Urban Land (IIVTNU), but most commonly it is known simply as Plusvalía. By definition, the tax applies when you sell a property for a profit and have to pay a percentage on that margin. Yet for several years now town halls across the country have been charging it when there is no profit—or even a loss. A recent ruling by the Constitutional Court in Spain heralds an end to this practice.
We are celebrating a double success after being announced the winners at the prestigious International Property Awards which honour the highest levels of achievement by companies operating in all sectors of the property and real estate industry. The objective of these awards is to recognise excellence in the property industry worldwide and to promote an international standard.
- D2086 Ref
- 5 beds
- 6 baths
- 978 m²Built
- 2.002 m²Plot
- D2087 Ref
- 5 beds
- 6 baths
- 680 m²Built
- 6.295 m²Plot
- D2085 Ref
- 4 beds
- 4 baths
- 756 m²Built
- 1.280 m²Plot