This newly built villa is located in La Zagaleta, an exclusive residential development & country club in Marbella, Andalucia, Spain. La Zagaleta boasts 2 private golf courses, equestrian and tennis centre, heliport, fishing lakes and 24 hour security. This exceptional villa features approximately 26,000 square feet of living space entrance hall, courtyard,  7 bedrooms with 8 bathrooms, 2 of them identical master suites with dressing area, bathrooms with jacuzzi baths and separate showers. 2 guest suites on the ground floor sharing a lounge and kitchenette, huge reception room, dining room, modern fully fitted kitchen, (plus an industrial fully fitted kitchen in the lower floor), guest (or staff) self contained apartment with 2 bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms, kitchen and lounge. It has a fitted domotic system, Turkish bath and sauna, area for spa and gymnasium, formal gardens and a heated swimming pool. It is listed at €15,000,000 or $19,661,817.

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  • Daniel

    Quirky. Exterior looks like it would at home in Dubai. Same with the interior. The gigantic open spaces don’t look all that welcoming, and filling them will be difficult without having the same furniture setup 2 or 3 times over. The kitchen is extremely disappointing, and would be appropriate for a 2,000 sq ft apartment. View is lovely.




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  • Grrrowler

    I don’t mind the interior, but it doesn’t thrill me. It doesn’t have a ton of charm, nor a ton of grandeur, so it ends up being wishy washy.

    The interior could be somewhat interesting after a decent decorator got hold of it. The spaces are way too big and it would be difficult to tame them, and for the price of the place it’s not worth the effort. The first thing to go would be the Barbie Dream Kitchen; there’s no way to salvage that.




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  • mac22

    Icy cold, hard, unwelcoming…………..cant imagine ever feeling comfortable. Didnt know they had pink in the color wheel for kitchen cabinet design finishes and maybe that was a good thing. Looks awful. Grounds and views look nice but would prefer a great old white washed home in one of the hill towns in Southern Spain than this sterile behemoth.




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  • Chris

    Awful, huge let down.




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  • gallery

    Who the hell picks “Bubblicious Pink” for a kitchen?
    Muy Malo.




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  • mak

    now we know why Spain is in the crapper.




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  • BJ

    The kitchen brought to you on behalf of the Susan G. Komen Foundation. You will cook for a cure, every. damn. day. And I hear the rain does stay mainly on the plain. At least Spain has that going for it. Well, that and Bilbao. Cause it certainly isn’t this tiled cave of a house.




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  • James

    Pink!!! Omg wow




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  • Chris (#2)

    I like it, my only critic goes to the kitchen. The pink is wrong and the style doesn’t match the rest, it may be surprising but not pleasing imho.




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