||Plot - Residential
||Sea, Mountain, Country, Panoramic
A unique opportunity to acquire a 165,236m2 estate, with planning permission to build a substantial villa (or villas) of up to 2,820m2, on the Costa del Sol, close to Marbella
All utilities in place. 5 minutes to the beach.
This property will appeal to someone wanting an extensive natural estate close to Marbella, which is unobtainable other than through this very unique circumstance.
Located in Estepona on the new Golden Mile, near Marbella, and San Pedro de Alcantara, just 1,5 km from the beach in Andalusia.
A 165,263m2 estate with elevated panoramic sea views, with guaranteed urban planning consent for a grand residence of up to 2,820m2 in a completely natural, secure, private and
peaceful setting, yet only 15 minutes to Puerto Banus.
(22,295m2 urban; 142,968m2 rustic)
Abundant and wide variety of hard and soft wood trees throughout the estate.
Flat area of approx: 20,000m2.
All urban services are already on site, city mains water supply.
Electricity supply from recently installed transformers which never fail. Mains sewerage. Telefonica cable supply for phone and high speed internet. Perfect mobile signal throughout the estate.
6 meter-wide illuminated, asphalted road to boundary.
It may also appeal to a top-end developer who has experience in the creation of trophy assets. In this case, five million euros for the land and, say, another five million euros for construction will create a unique estate probably values at upwards of twenty-five million euros.
There are several large rustic estates available in the area but none with planning permission.
There are several urbanisations on which one can build a villa but the plots are small and cannot, in any way, be termed an "estate".
However, planning permission is certain and easily obtained within pre-defined characteristics. Permission is not determined in any way by style, only physical criteria (as set out in the presentation).
This is the only way to combine planning certainty and high-quality infrastructure with country estate living. The villa will overlook the whole estate with Gibraltar and Morocco in the distance.
There is an original farmhouse of approx. 350 m2 on the rustic land which can be restored and used for any type of leasure pursuit such as horses, farming etc. A subsidised mains water supply is on site on the farm. (This 350 m2 is not included in the 2,820 m2 maximum construction).
Building licences on rustic land are handled by the regional authority (the Junta de Andalucia) and almost never granted. And, if granted, can take years.
On the other hand, planning permission on urban land is granted by the local Town Hall at the time that the land is reclassified from rustic to urban. In fact, the building volume is actually inscribed in the title deeds.
Permission to build cannot be refused by the Town Hall, so long as the buildings meet the outline conditions ( height etc.)
With rustic land, you are on your own! Even if some infrastructure exists, the problems of rights of way, distances etc. can be insurmountable or extremely expensive, often costing hundreds of thousands of euros and uncertain in outcome.
On the other hand, urban infrastructure is required to meet stringent standards.
- Close to Marbella and only 2 kms. from the beach.
- Panoramic sea views to Gibraltar and Morocco.
- Guaranteed building licence.
- City-quality infrastructure on site.
- Guaranteed natural environment - suitable for horses, leisure, farming etc.
- All titles are clean.
- Titles and planning will stand up to due diligence.
- Very secure.
FACTS REGARDING PLANNING PERMISSION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
Estepona Town Hall reference SUP-C14
Maximum internal construction: 2,820m which is established in the property title
deeds. Porches and basement are in addition.
Maximum height of building: 2 oors above ground with a maximum height of
7.5m. In addition, a basement may be constructed. A tower may be added above
the rst oor, which can measure up to 20% of the ground oor area, taking the
building to a maximum height of 11m above ground.
The Town Hall of Estepona normally takes around 3 months to grant building
licences. No permission is required from the regional authority, The Junta de
Utilities: all currently connected
Mains city water to boundary with a reserve of 400m3. (municipal
provider: Aquagest). Fail-safe, state of the art system, producing
Mains to boundary. High capacity, top quality installation. (national
Land line to boundary. (Telefonica) Internet speed approx. 8 Mbs.
Strong mobile signal throughout the estate.
Approached from coast road by tree-lined boulevard leading to a
6m-wide road with pavements and street lighting to the boundary.
Asphalt road from coast road to boundary. Roads, pavements and
lighting in excellent condition.
Condition: New Construction
Orientation: South, South West
Views: Sea, Mountain, Country, Panoramic