Marbella Club Hills
Marbella Club Hills will be developed into an elegantly designed residential community, which will include 16 Semi-Detached Villas with 4 bedrooms and 110 Villa Apartments with 2 to 4 bedrooms ranging in size from 104 to 224 square meters; in addition to spacious terraces and gardens.
The Project, by the exquisite 5* Marbella Club Hotel, is located alongside the Marbella Golf and Equestrian Club in Benahavis.
The property on which Marbella Club Hills will be built, has an area of 150,000 square meters. It is 15 minutes away from Marbella and 10 minutes from Puerto Banus.
The views from the property are spectacular, overlooking the Mediterranean, Gibraltar and the Atlas Mountains, and surrounded by green hills, which renders it an ideal location for the development of an elegant gated community.
The project is designed by the prominent architectural firm of Villaroel-Torrico, which has a 40 year track record in successfully developing resorts and residential communities with sophistication, technological rationality and modern architecture. The project will incorporate modern design along with an Andalucian touch and quality finishing.
Villaroel-Torrico's “integral design approach” has received international recognition, particularly in the resort and residential sectors.
The development will cater to those seeking a residence in Marbella, either as a second or holiday home, in a comfortable and attractive setting, or as an investment opportunity.
It also caters to those looking to benefit from the Golden Visa privileges that grant a permanent residency to buyers and their families.
On-site facilities include 24 hour security, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, gymnasium and padel tennis courts.
The property will be developed in 2 phases, whereby the number of units in Phase 1 will be 55 and 71 in Phase 2.
The timeline for the project is less than 3 years. The construction of Phase 1 has started in August 2017 with a planned delivery by the end of 2018, while the construction of Phase 2 is scheduled to start in early 2018 with a targeted delivery by the end of 2019.