Detached Villa, Sierrezuela, Costa del Sol. 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, Built 484 m², Terrace 60 m².

4 Bed Villa For Sale in Sierrezuela

Bedrooms – 4, Bathrooms – 3

Built Size – 484m², Terrace Size – 60m²

Price: €900,000 – Ref: R3615056

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Spectacular Villa For Sale in Cascada de Camoján!

6 Bedrooms and 5 Bathrooms (with 4 additional toilets), cinema room, wine cellar, large heated saltwater pool, excellent views.

This is a very special property designed by renowned architect Carlos Lamas.

There are too many features to list here so click the image to find out more about this truly unique villa.



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Property Ref: Cascada Villa

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Increase in Sales Costa del SolThe Spanish property market due to the rise in sales of residential properties grew by eight per cent in June 2014 in comparison to last year.

Sales stats just released from the National Statistics Institute, indicate that Spain has seen a year on year jump in property sales for four consecutive months, ending a ten month drought of year on year declines.

Valencia boasts the largest increase of housing sales per 100,000 residents, followed very closely by the Canary and Balearic Islands.

In addition, Madrid performs the highest, with a 30.4% increase. Extremadura, with 25.7%, and Navarra, at 19.3%, placed at 2nd and 3rd.

There has been large amount of property sold on the Costa del Sol this year. Putting this into perspective: there have been 4 New housing developments on the Costa in 2013 compared with none during the last 3 years. Potential developers have to stay grounded though, as 30% of recent homes on the Costa del Sol are yet to be sold.

An average 2 bed apartment on the Costa can go for €196,956, while a family home comes in at about €393,520.

Experts prediction is that the Spanish property market is should stabilise towards end of 2014.

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Studies has shown evidence that there has been a considerable increase in property prices between Marbella and Manilva. New off-plan developments have reached their rock bottom prices and are now showing a rise due to foreign demand.

2 areas in Spain are showing concrete signs of recovery, Costa Blanca and Costa del Sol. This study gathered information from sixty costal regions of Southern Spain and showed due to financial institutions lowering property prices that housing was now selling faster.

Things are still premature in respect of the Spanish construction industry but areas in the Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca are giving very positive signs. Developments in the Estepona and Marbella area, which have been built for the foreign market are building great interest.

The general view is that property prices are now slowing down but this only seems to be in some  areas of Southern Spain where tourism is high. For example prices on the Costa del Sol have dropped to their lowest to about 1.1%  in the first quarter of 2013 & 2014.

Predictions are that sales could increase as much as 25% this year in Marbella due to demand by foreign buyers.

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The property market in Marbella is recovering and the town is now showing signs of being a leader in this sector. This emblematic town on the Costa del Sol ended last year with a total Property Sales increasedof 3,115 property sales , a figure which is similar to that of 2007, before the bubble burst. In terms of total figures, Marbella is now in a similar position to Malaga city, where the recovery in the property market has failed to take off and the number of sales has fallen for three consecutive years.
The results for property transactions last year, which have just been released by the Ministry of Development, reveal that Marbella is the Spanish town in which the number of sales has increased the most, by 23.6 per cent.