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Reference 239443

4 bedroom Villa for sale with panoramic view in Alhaurin el Grande, Andalucia

1,195,000 EUR
1,027,700 GBP 1,278,650 USD
Superb 4 bedroom villa with fantastic far reaching countryside and mountain views, set within a large mature plot of 1,500m2 with a swimming pool and garage, ideally located in a quiet residential setting within walking distance of Alhaurin el Grande town centre.

Features include: electric entrance gates, stunning pool area and a Tiki Hut style summer kitchen and bar area, all of which makes an excellent entertaining area.

Ground floor: grand entrance hall with double height ceiling, spacious and bright dual aspect living/dining room with a fireplace and access to the luxurious fitted and equipped kitchen with a central island, which in turn leads out to the pool and entertaining area. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a WC. The 3rd bedroom could be used as a guest annex as it has a living room with the bedroom upstairs and doors leading directly out to the terrace.

Upstairs: master bedroom suite with a full bathroom, dressing room, very spacious bedroom plus a balcony and a side terrace, both with incredible views.

Lower ground floor: 96m2 garage, which is large enough for several cars. There is also a machine room housing the technical equipment for the house. There are solar panels which run the underfloor heating, domestic hot water and the pool, depending on the time of year.

The property has been built with first class materials and in addition to the underfloor heating, there is hot and cold air conditioning throughout.

Features

Reference239443
Price1,195,000 EUR
Number of Bedrooms
Bedrooms
4
Number of Bathrooms
Bathrooms
3
Floor Space in Metres Squared
Floor Space
440.0m2
Land Size in Metres Squared
Land Area
1,500.0m2

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This Villa is located in Alhaurin el Grande in Spain

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