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MarbellaBank Repossessed Luxury Villas35% Discounted, Savings of €145,000 Spacious gardens with private swimming poolsAir conditioning in every room,Underfloor heatingMaster Bedroom en suite with balcony, whirlpool tu
Price:€289,900
Location:Spain
Size:175m2
Nearest Airport:Malaga
Bedrooms:3
Riviera Garden Hills II is located in Mijas Costa, between the Riviera del Sol and Sitio De Calahonda Urbanizations, both of which are well established areas with all services, shopping centres and golf courses. Minutes away from Marbella's boutique Marina of Cabopino and La Cala Golf Resort, 3 championship 18 hole courses. The 22 detached and semi-detached villas located in Riviera Garden Hills II have spacious gardens with private swimming pools. Approx 175m2 with 3 bedrooms, air conditioning in every room, master bedroom en suite with balcony, whirlpool tub and shower, all bathrooms with underfloor heating. Alarm system and built-in safe. Furthermore, each house has 2 terraces and solarium, all with private garage, private pool and garden,fully fitted kitchen, living and dining room with fireplace and spectacular sea views. The Villas have superb views from all rooms of the beautiful coastline of Mijas. Riviera Garden Hills II offers all the privacy and tranquility of living in the countryside, yet is only ten minutes from Marbella and thirty minutes from the city of Malaga.
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