Spectacular sustainable luxury urbanization made up of 18 individually designed villas located on the 200-hectare estate of the Real de La Quinta country club. Surrounded by a magnificent landscape that borders a UNESCO biosphere reserve, the villas are only 15 minutes from Marbella. The views, towards the Mediterranean Sea, the Strait of Gibraltar and the coast of Africa are simply spectacular.
World Class Design – These design houses will be unlike anything that has been done before. The 18 villas, as well as the furniture and accessories in them, are different from each other. What they have in common, apart from the wonderful views, is that they are all of the highest level of design and all show a level of innovation and creativity that is rarely found in residential developments. Home automation and general lighting is top quality, making each villa a truly smart home. All villas are located on individual plots to offer maximum privacy, have large terraces, extensive gardens, true infinity pools and spaces that can be used for entertainment rooms, gyms and home offices.
Indoor/outdoor living: This concept is central to the design of each villa, with the lounge and terrace merging seamlessly to form one expansive living space. In key parts of the villas the windows disappear into the walls, framing uninterrupted panoramic views of the idyllic natural surroundings.
Everything on your doorstep: All the amenities you could possibly need are at your fingertips, including golf, water sports on the lake, gourmet restaurant, bar and beach bar, an exclusive spa, tennis courts and a selection of shops. These amenities, combined with the comprehensive facilities in each villa, mean that owners never need to leave the resort unless they want to.
Sustainable luxury: Building for today without endangering tomorrow is a fundamental value of the project, which is in the process of being BREEAM certified. The design improvements brought about by this certification result in sustainable homes that improve the well-being of the people who inhabit them, help protect natural resources and make investment in the property more attractive.