Villa Jardín – a beauty sourrounded in its own lush garden!
Situated in probably the best residential area in Marbella’ Golden Mile, this house was custom designed in 2000 and the 1200 sqm interior is distinguished by impressive craftsmanship with elaborate detail affording elegance and privacy. The entire residence reflects the designer’s ability to create a warm and crisp atmosphere with natural light. This superbly scaled home offers 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms.
The entrance to the main house is through antique double doors and the wide lobby which opens to the right to the living room highlighted with vaulted ceilings, fireplace and wooden floors. The lounge flows into the dining room and further TV room with a fireplace. To the right of the entrance hall there is a corridor which leads to the fully fitted country style kitchen connected to the 2 car garage and the staff bedroom with bathroom. To the left of the entrance hall stairs lead up and down to the bedroom wing which houses 4 bedrooms. Three of them are fitted with en-suite bathrooms and dressing areas. One of the suites occupies two levels where the bedroom and the bathroom are on the upper floor and the dressing area and the lounge with the fireplace are on the garden level. The suite also has direct exit to the Andalusian style garden.
The spacious master bedroom suite is situated on the upper floor and offers his and her dressing rooms, large bathroom and lovely sea views.
In the western wing of the villa there is another duplex bedroom suite with independent entrance from the garden, used as guest accommodation.
The house is surrounded by landscaped garden decorated in traditional Andalusian style and features a variety of palms, tropical plants, orchard with orange and lemon trees. The poolside area highlighted with old olive trees offers a barbecue area and covered dining zone.
In the garden level there is a heated swimming pool with Turkish bath, gymnasium and greenhouse area which opens to the garden with pond.
In addition, the property is fitted with underfloor heating via diesel and water, air conditioning, climate-controlled wine cellar, alarm system, safe box, wooden, terracotta and marble floors and video entry phone.
The house incorporates valuable materials and items from antique buildings, recycling architectural elements of old Andalusian houses giving them a second life.