- August 20, 2012 at 3:24 pm #57011
It consists of three good size bedrooms, three bathrooms (two en-suite), a nice size lounge with a small but complete kitchen and a terrace (actually, three) surrounding the whole (round) flat with open views to the sea, harbour, back park with children amenities, the mountains and the lighthouse. It’s on the first line in the Puerto of Marbella, best spot you can get. It also enjoys two garage spaces (not crammed, easy to park), a large storing room and two small ones. It also has a small dock for a boat very near in the harbour. It’s on the fourth floor (with elevator) in a total of seven in the whole building. Would also consider flat in Madrid (city) as part of the payment. This is a private sale, direct from the owner.
- August 20, 2012 at 7:27 pm #111648
Don’t expect any interest without pictures.
- August 20, 2012 at 7:48 pm #111649
Yep on your site they dont load photos on idealista they load photos of the the WC and if they are really serious in selling. The toilet seat is photographed for good measure.
- August 21, 2012 at 10:24 am #111661
You’re right Mark, thanks for pointing it out. However, not only am I very bad at taking photos, but the real reason is that the apartment is not in the open market and don’t want to call much attention either. Not that I am not serious to sale, this is of course the previous step to leave it at the hands of the eager pro’s, ready to fill the cyberworld with lovely photos. Sunset a must. Meantime, maybe someone rather buys something which is not yet featured in the open market. This is Marbella, don’t forget, Noel Edmonds woz here, and that chap from Eastenders, as well as other famous personalities from this and other planets.
The building features in many postcards taken from the boats, (so much for aesthetic privacy!) and if you’ve been in Marbella, chances are you were stopping yards from my doorstep. It’s singular shape and well divided three terraces, two with entrance from the bedrooms and one from the lounge, with good space to have your family lunch there or playing table football (included in the lot if so wished), keep you in control of 360º around. Now the style. Well, unless you’re a crazy eightie’s fan of metacrylate and white wardrobes and floors with golden pomes, you better call the fashion police, but the quality is sturdy and easy to clean, children proof (bison stampede style children, such were ours coming from the banana boat) but otherwise perfectly ready to move in, to rent out or just to invest in Marbella’s classic hot spot, which answers to a wider market than just the spanish bubble seaside crash.
Children are grown and we live up north, so we’ve decided to part with it after nearly 20 years, it’s not the kind of property bought and sold every season and has not “by the way” attachments. Thanks again.
- August 31, 2012 at 11:33 am #111930
- October 1, 2012 at 9:27 pm #112522
- October 2, 2012 at 1:27 pm #112536
i asked; he wants a million !!!!!!! 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 well, i nearly fell over, a crappy little building with a crappy little entrance on the tatty part of the seafront – you can buy an apartment in Playa Esmeralda for less than a €1,000,000, in fact in most of the “major” prestige front line complexes!!!!
the biggest problen agents have in Spain is managing the stupid and unrealistic expectations of vendors who think the recession is only for other people 😆 😆 😆 😆
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