Spacious penthouse apartment with stunning views to the sea, the lake and the mountains, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The living area is divided in 2 floors and a rooftop terrace. On the first floor, the entrance, through the hall area you'll find 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, kitchen, a spacious living and dining area, and a terrace with amazing views to the sea, the lake of Istan and the mountains. On the under floor we have the main bedroom with Master bathroom and a private terrace with the same views. From the upper terrace we can find the access to the roof terrace with the same amazing views. In total the penthouse consist of 90 m2 of living and 55 m2 of terraces and is south orientated.
The penthouse is situated at the carretera de Istan between km 6 and 7 in a quiet urbanization with 3 communal pools, ideal for a couple or a family. But in the same time you within only 12 min in puerto banus or 8 min to the next supermarket.
Additionally the Penthouse has one private parking space in the garage.#
If you are looking for a stunning location to relax, yet only a short drive into Puerto Banus, Marbella with shops, restaurants and clubs and the village of Istan further up the mountain, with is local cafes/restaurant/amazing views and friendly locals this is the apartment for you.
The A-7176 is a favourite of cyclists to take in the amazing scenery.
Although you can travel using the local buses or taxi's ideally a car is best suited for travelling around.
Puerto Banus marina is a short drive with great restaurants/bars/shopping this area truely has whatever you feel like sampling. Steeped in history with great beaches, scenery,nature reserve, shops and restaurants.
Marbella is a thoroughly modern resort town, but a walk through the Casco Antiguo shows that Marbella still retains a hold on its glorious but turbulent past. Here, you could clearly see what an old fishing town would look like. Indeed, the Old Quarter still looks like a traditional Andalucian town by the sea – plazas filled with trees, lovely churches, white washed houses and buildings with elaborate wrought metal railings, Muslim-inspired decoration and cobblestone streets.
The center of the Old Quarter is the Plaza de los Naranjos (Orange Square). It is so named because of the many orange trees growing there. The plaza is surrounded by a lot of notable buildings and structures- the town hall or ayuntamiento (16th century), the Renaissance fountain (15th century) and the Casa del Corregidor (17th Century) are just but a few. There is also a number of interesting shops around the Plaza.