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Making the most of the natural slope of the plot that forms a magnificent vantage point over the sea, this luxurious house has been designed and divided into two floors, on a 2306 square meter plot, in one of the most prestigious residential areas known as, the Sol Luxury Reserve, within the district of Benitachell.The façade of the house is a combination of white rendering, Bateig natural stone cladding and a spectacular double-height glass wall that allows the sea views to filter into the house. The strategically situated entrance hall provides magnificent sea views upon entering the property. A careful distribution achieves spatial continuity between the daytime areas and the outside areas through large windows and the spectacular double storey glass window, measuring 6 square meters, that lies at the heart of the house. The dining room, audiovisual room, garage and kitchen open out to the sea through large windows that connect to a terrace designed for summer dining. The dining room forms an open space in the main hall and leads on to an outset staircase that takes you down to the lounge on the ground floor, where you can admire the double storey high ceilings. The second storey is designed mostly for nocturnal use, inclining itself towards evening leisure activities. It is surrounded by a terrace which features an infinity pool, crowned with the same navy blue tiles that it is tiled with. On this level there are three bedrooms with private bathrooms and large windows for contemplating the magnificent landscape from inside the home.This luxury home also contains a private apartment with independent access: a guest module with its own living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. The exterior of this house is beautifully finished off with typical Mediterranean touches and materials, such as the dry stone walls that create a series of terraced gardens interconnected by external stairs with stainless steel and glass handrails.
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