The Island - New Townhouse Development Estepona
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The Island - An innovative residential project located in a tranquil frontline beach setting on the Costa del Sol, offering absolute privacy, verdant surroundings and state-of-the-art amenities. As one of the most coveted and well-established residential destinations in Europe, the Costa del Sol covers just about every attractive option for homebuyers seeking a luxurious lifestyle on the Mediterranean, or even an excellent for-rent investment opportunity. It has, therefore, become increasingly difficult to discover a new property that extends the boundaries of high-end living.
Located in the most exclusive part of Estepona’s western outskirts, the project comprises 50 state of-the-art designed by the prestigious architecture studio Maíz y Díaz, with sea views.This privileged project was named The Island to capture the essence of the setting: a fully-gated haven of serenity and security in the heart of one of the Coast’s most popular residential areas. It is well isolated from other nearby urbanisations and protected by a wide pinewood and public green areas.
Comprising three, four and five-bedroom exclusively-designed luxury townhouses, from 319 to 449 square metres including underground area,terrace and solarium. An innovative design that enhances natural lightning, including architectural details, double heights and open kitchens that provide spaciousness and spatiality.
Disclaimer: The images are for guidance only, and are therefore susceptible to modifications for technical, legal or other reasons. The furniture reflected is purely decorative and does not constitute a contractual document. The equipment of the houses will be as per the corresponding quality specifications document
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