Location: Mijas, Spain
BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED VILLA LOCATED WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO THE IDYLLIC WHITE WASHED VILLAGE OF MIJAS, ENJOYING POSSIBLY THE BEST PANORAMIC VIEWS IN MIIJAS - SPECTACULAR IN IT´S SPLENDOUR DURING THE DAY AND CAN ALSO APPRECIATE THE TWINKLING LIGHTS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN COASTLINE AT NIGHT! SPACIOUS AND BRIGHT - TRULY MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED!
On a pretty and tranquil urbanisation with fabulous communal pool and gardens, the views are breathtaking. There are 15 steps approximately to the charming street with hanging pot plants and only 2 properties on each side. Entering the main door to the light hallway which leads through to the superb open plan "L shape" living and dining room with quality doors out to the glorious private garden and awesome views.
The kitchen is fully fitted with first class units and white goods with a window to the exterior. Plus there is also a large under stair wardrobe and a guest bathroom with a walk-in shower, w.c and basin.
Upstairs, there are 3 double bedrooms - all with inbuilt wardrobes. The south facing bedrooms look out to the views and have access to a wonderful private terrace which has elegant arches framing these stunning views.
The family bathroom is ample in size with a bath with shower attachment, w.c, bidet and basin - tiled to a high standard excellent fittings and fixtures.
This home has it all, ideal as a permanent residence or a holiday home with all the mod-cons included yet plenty of charm too - Viewing is highly recommended!
Mijas Pueblo or known locally as the white village sits in the foothills of the Mijas Mountains some 428m above sea level. The village provides some of the most stunning and breath-taking views of the surrounding areas down to the coast, inland and the rugged rocky landscape.
The village is not only very popular with tourists visiting for the day or vacationing in the village but with local residents from nearby towns and villages. The attraction of Mijas Pueblo is the authenticity the village provides of the Spanish way of life from the cobbled streets, white washed walls and array of artisan shops and boutiques to the many traditional festivals celebrated from the main plaza (square) sat centrally in the village.