Superb 3 Bedroom Townhouse In Estepona Spain
This superb property is located in the ‘Galera Park’ gated community, just five minutes’ drive from Estepona on the Costa del Sol in the Province of Malaga in Andalucía.
Galera Park is situated on Avenida Costa Galera
This beautiful townhouse is located end of row on the first line of properties in Galera Park.
The house itself is 240 square metres and it includes a 50-square metre terrace garden.
The garden has recently been paved using natural stone from Casares that is typical to the style of the region.
Partial views of the sea can be seen from garden terrace. Good views of the sea can be seen from the bedroom balcony and rooftop solarium.
Access to the garden terrace and rooftop solarium is via patio windows and doors in the downstairs living room and master bedroom.
Each of these windows is fitted with electric blinds and all other windows are fitted with manual blinds for added security and shade.
The terrace offers a wonderful area to enjoy outdoor meals, with a six-meter electric awning to provide shade in hotter parts of the day.
Also provided is a Weber gas grill for the terrace which is in almost new condition.
The property has its own private double garage situated directly underneath, and this can also be reached directly via a private elevator that runs from the garage to the ground and first floor. The garage offers plenty of space for two cars with additional space for storage.
The property comes with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms is furnished throughout and offers fast fibre-optic Wi-Fi.
The fully fitted kitchen has a large fridge freezer, electric oven and hob, washing machine and dishwasher.
La Galera Park is just 5 minutes’ walk from the beach, and the community has a padel court, four swimming pools (two baby/toddler and two adult communal pools) and is also a short walk from the great Albayt Country Club & Spa, where you can play golf, have a massage or relax in the spa.
About the area:
Axis between Europe and Africa and meeting point of the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, this region has been coveted by many different cultures throughout history and prehistory.
With at least five golf courses in the local area and the most obvious being the popular Estepona Golf resort, the area has much to offer golf players.
There is a huge variety of locally owned restaurants and bars offering all types of cuisine including Spanish, Italian and French. Many of the restaurants offer diners to eat al fresco (outside) during the late evening.
For those who wish to relax, there are two Blue Flag beaches to enjoy! The first being the small cove of Playa Del Cristo which is to the West of the town, and the other being the long sandy La Rada Beach to the East of Estepona marina.
For the adventurous, there are great hikes in stunning mountains and valleys that surround Estepona.
The nearest airport from the property is Gibraltar Airport being just 18.7 miles away. Malaga airport can be reached by car in under an hour.
The superb climate makes this area a great destination for holidays all year-round, particularly for Golf in the Winter months and for beach-side holidays in the Summer. Estepona enjoys over three hundred days of sunshine per year on average and day time temperatures in the Winter can reach as high as the low twenties!
Just a short drive from Marbella, Estepona is popular with locals and foreign buyers alike. You may have seen the beautiful blue and pink flowers that hang from the sides of buildings, well, you can expect that pretty feel in Estepona. The town has maintained its traditional Spanish character and the cobbled streets are maintained to a high standard of cleanliness and appearance to attract tourism and promote quality of life for residents.
The port in Estepona has grown greatly in popularity in the last decade as an alternative to Puerto Banus for boat owners and the large number of restaurants and bars around it are testament to its popularity. The town itself offers a wealth of restaurants. In the Summer, you can walk along Calle Real in the evening and be taken aback at the number of wonderful places there are to stop and eat, with the street full of people enjoying their evening meal in wonderful surroundings.
The town itself has a fascinating history dating backing back hundreds of years and evidence of this can be found in sites around the town where the influence of past Spanish and Moorish rulers can be seen. Estepona also has a beautiful seaside promenade that is great for a walk at any time of the day, particularly in the evening during the Summer when the cool breeze that comes off the sea is particularly refreshing. From the promenade, you can walk directly to the port or into the town centre in a matter of minutes, with ample underground parking situated below the promenade itself. In the day, there are beautiful beaches on offer and Estepona has one of the largest and longest on the Costa del Sol.