Casa Loriana in Marbella on sale for 50 million Euros


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  • #56464
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    I read in the Spanish press that it belongs to Michael Smurfit.

    The asking prices is reported to be €50 million, making it the most expensive property on the market in Spain. “Experts” quoted in the Spanish press say it’s worth €30m. What would you pay for it if you had all the money in the world?

    By the way, what do you think of the video? The language strikes me as typically over-the-top and pompous. Does anyone fall for that kind of sales language these days? I find it highly off-putting, but maybe it’s just me.

  • #107265
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    That voice sounds the same as the one in Bhudda Beach club radio ad. As if she was speaking to dementia patients in a care home 😆 Why can’t she pronounce “Paseo” correctly :mrgreen:

    Nice location but the rest is naff, typical box upon box Spanish architecture and similar to lots of other expensive houses around Marbella. If I had all the money in the world I wouldn’t be looking around Marbella anyway. At that price I would want a heli-pad and a boat mooring 😀

  • #107266
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    You would think they would actually make a video, not simply animate some still photo’s. 30million is taking the piss, its worth 3million… maybe.

  • #107267
    Profile photo of katy

    Necker Island is only worth about £60 million (well it was before the house burnt down!)

    I liked this one featured in the Telegraph…..8 acres, beach front, extra cottages. less than half the price 8)
    Would have to do something about the decor.

  • #107268
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    Yes but Katy, look at the length of time it takes to get there, and theres no local wildlife like Marbellas finest, you know, the TOWIE team, Jordan or Katie or the classy hen parties we have in Banus now 😉 Easily worth 50 mil 😉

  • #107271
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    “Easily worth 50 mil “
    Glad you are not in the real estate anymore !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • #107273
    Profile photo of Melosine

    Judging by the interior decor of both houses just goes to show however much wealth one has good taste cannot be bought.

  • #107301
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    Fuengi (Andrew)

    If they can find someone who wants to buy it, it would say it would sell for around 18 million euros or so. based on location, square metres, etc….

  • #107309
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    I’d imagine the estuary English accent works for the emergent Chinese, Far Eastern Indian and Gulf buying class residing & already invested in London- with the pockets and egos that will define the next 50 years of top end residential markets, their patterns in terms of taste, moods, design, etc…
    The last 50 have belonged to the US and EU…things chance and it’ll go for a song…prob not $50m…who knows…

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