El Casar, Benahavis
Situated in a picturesque hillside position overlooking the beautiful green valley of Benahavís, and within walking distance of its charming village, El Casar is a fabulous Andalusian-style development that offers luxurious townhouses with modern amenities and style.
The complex, which was very popular with foreign buyers but suffered the impact of the financial crisis, has once again been beautified with gardens, swimming pools, lifts, fountains, and the onsite gym brought right up to a fresh, gleaming state that makes El Casar look as though construction had finished yesterday and a new coat of paint was recently applied.
As part of the ongoing improvements, the El Casar development benefits from a renovation and beautification programme that is carried on through meticulous maintenance, and the complex is once again in good health physically and financially, with a lively community that has revitalised El Casar. Those who suffered the impact of the global crisis sold their homes to new buyers, and the complex is now as good as new.
What’s more, a much-awaited bridge was constructed to link El Casar’s social club with the residential area, and Casa Club – a brand new bar – has opened its doors. Not surprisingly, El Casar is very much in vogue with those looking for properties for sale in Benahavis, especially people searching for comfortable modern homes in a vibrant community close to nature, the village and also a full range of amenities, including schools, shops, dining, medical clinics, nightlife, sports facilities and of course golf courses.
Benahavis offers peaceful country living surrounded by gorgeous natural scenery in a location that is just ten minutes away from the bright lights of Marbella and Puerto Banus, not to mention sandy beaches and the pleasures of beach clubs, shoreside restaurants and all the other attractions of the Costa del Sol. Contact us for more information or to arrange a personal viewing of one of the most attractive locations and modern townhouses complexes in the Marbella area.
Originally published in July 2012, updated by Adam Neale in November 2018
Adam Neale | November, 2018