Situated in a quiet exclusive cul de sac in the prestigious urbanisation of Guadalmina Baja, this is a remarkable property resembling a modern Moorish palace. Designed by Cesar de Leyva the home is distributed over one floor except for the enormous master bedroom and a further guest room. An unassuming entrance from the street opens onto a large interior courtyard with fountain leading to the main entrance of the house. Situated just off the courtyard is a luxurious home cinema with a guest toilet, a fully equipped laundry room, and a staff apartment.
From the double height entrance hall, you can see into the living room and through to the pool. The living room has a fireplace with windows overlooking the swimming pool and gardens; adjoining the living room is a formal dining area by the entrance to the very modern Bulthaup kitchen which is fully fitted and features a cold walk-in pantry room and breakfast area. French windows lead from the kitchen to a beautiful covered terrace with barbecue and secluded dining area. Returning to the entrance hall, stairs lead to the master suite and a further large guest suite and ensuite bathroom and terrace overlooking the pool. The master suite is the same dimensions as the living room and has a fireplace, private salon and separate enormous his and her bathrooms and his and her dressing rooms. The master suite has views over the pool to the gardens and indoor pool house. On the ground floor level are 2 further bedroom suites and bathrooms and a room currently used as an office but could be a 6th bedroom if required. Adjoining the suites and overlooking the pool is a private TV room and guest cloakroom. Also, there is a separate 7th bedroom suite accessed by a beautiful private terrace with a fish pond.
Wooden decking surrounds the pool and the modern chill-out dining /seating gazebo. A path leads to the beautiful formal garden at the rear of the property; the garden areas were designed by Madison Cox. At the back, there is a separate spa which has a long indoor pool perfect for swimmers and includes a Turkish bath, sauna, guest cloakroom, and kitchen area.
The house also has a garage for 2 cars and off road parking for at least 4 more cars. The property benefits from underfloor heating throughout, air conditioning, a Crestron home automation system, an internal vacuum system, solar panels and even has its own well. Situated just a short walk from the beach, the Guadalmina golf course and hotel, tennis club and all the amenities of the Guadalmina commercial centre.
Guadalmina Baja, San Pedro de Alcantara 10/24/12Guadalmina (“River of the Mines”) refers to a small river in the province of Málaga and to the residential area at its mouth on the beach of San Pedro, near Puerto Banús and Marbella.