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 Townhouse For Sale in Benalmadena Pueblo, Malaga
 No.:  266688
 Price:  385000 EUR
 Region:  Land: es, Region: Andalusia
 Place:   Benalmadena Pueblo,    [ Map, no guarantee ]
 Number of rooms:  
 Living space:  125 mē
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 Description property:
Wonderful townhouse located in Mirador Rancho Dominge, with only 15 min walk to the beautiful Benalmadena Pueblo, with its many cozy restaurants, cafes, public transport etc. The property appears very presentable and is ready to move into. The large hall offers a welcome and from here you step into the bright living room where there is access to 25 m2 terrace, and the wide open bright kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with all white and has a stunning view to the Sea. The terrace is an extension of the living room and kitchen, and makes this terrace the heart of the property. Sun from morning to late afternoon. At the entrance there are one bedroom, with fitted wardrobes. On the lower area you will find Two large bedroom, which has access to a terrace and a small private garden. All room in this property enjoyes the stunning views towards the sea. The two bedrooms use the second bathroom. The property also has a fantastic roof terrace. This approximately 60 m2 large terrace has a panoramic view of the entire coast from Torremolinos and Fuengirola. A great place to find sun from morning to sunset. To this urbanization there is a beautiful garden and pool area, located just steps from the residence. The property has marble floors throughout, underfloor heating in most areas, alarm system and appears luxurious and very presentable. A residential high quality, which is priced for a quick sale. Mirador de Rancho Domingo is an area where there are very large luxury villas, townhouse and an area with 24 hours security. The urbanisation and its areas are very well kept. Viewing is highly recommended.<br /><br />Benalmadena Pueblo dates back to Moorish times. The village still retains the Benalmadena town hall and mayoral office. The Pueblo sits on a hillside, 280 metres above sea level with marvellous views across Malaga bay. On a clear day, vivid views of the Sierra Nevada mountain range can also be seen. Over the years the developers have moved up the hillside from the coast, but the Pueblo has still managed to retain its character as a typical Andalucian village, with its whitewashed houses, narrow cobbled streets and balconies decorated with flowers according to the season. Whilst walking around the streets you will come across natural springs which were put to many uses in days gone by, for example the spring at Calle Chorrillo fed the stream where until the 1960s the ladies from the village did their laundry. The main village square in the centre of the pueblo is Plaza de Espana and contains the statue known as Fuente de la Nina. This is of a young girl who has become the symbol of Benalmadena, and her outline is on all official tourist information and websites. There are many places of interest to visit in the village, including the Archeological Museum with its many artefacts and collections of Columbian relics. Castillo Colomares commemorates Christopher Columbus's arrival in the New World. Built by a father and son and completed in the early 1990s, to some it looks like a fairy castle as you approach, but it is not what you imagine a castle to be. Just outside the village is the Benalmadena Stupa with its golden copula. This is the largest Buddhist monument in the western world and is well worth a visit even if it's just for the fantastic views towards Fuengirola and beyond. Returning to the Pueblo itself, a visit to the Church of Santo Domingo, sitting high on a promontory with magnificent views in all directions is another highlight not to miss.There are many tapas bars and restaurants to visit here where you can take refreshment and people watch. After a while you too will become to understand why the Pueblo, even with all the tourists is still just a village at heart. On leaving the Pueblo, and as you head down the hill towards Arroyo de la Miel, you will pass the sports centre with outdoor swimming pool and fitness centre. Next to this is the municipalities bullring. A frequent bus service operates from Benalmadena Costa and Arroyo de la Miel to the Pueblo, and takes around half an hour.

Features: garage, garden, pool
 Advertiser reference-No.:  R2644595
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