A substantial house overlooking Puerto Sotogrande will always be a popular option for homeowners in the Costa del Sol region to aspire to, and the ten homes presently being built by construction management group Urbycasa SA and marketed by RLS Property Group in an elevated spot in Torreguadiaro are worthy of their promotion as the answer to a dream.
Situated on a hilltop site, the Midsummer Mansions development consists of ten impressive villas set within their own private gardens in a gated and walled community. There is a choice of designs, featuring three, four or five bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, spacious living areas set on two floors, extensive terraces and private gardens complete with their own swimming pools.
Uniquely, there are alternate layouts available in each design, substituting the fifth bedroom with a truly magnificent master bedroom suite featuring an extensive walk-in wardrobe, for example, or replacing a guest bedroom with an integrated garage. In one of the designs, the area reserved for a bedroom and en suite bathroom can be turned into a spacious game and leisure area these choices can be discussed when reserving your home within this desirable community.
These magnificent homes are designed to take advantage of their elevated hillside site, securing a peaceful setting and spectacular views over the sea and countryside. Each home has a spacious entrance hall, large bedrooms mainly with en suite bathrooms, a guest toilet, a fully fitted kitchen, and a very large living/dining room. The many terraces and the landscaped gardens with their own private swimming pools are a perfect complement to the spacious houses.
Added to these advantages is the development’s location in Torreguadiaro, close to the wide range of sporting and leisure opportunities offered by the Sotogrande estate and within easy reach of both Gibraltar and Malaga airports.
The Midsummer mansion homes are both spacious and luxurious. They are solidly built, with reinforced concrete foundations and structure, and featuring brick exterior walls with cement render and thermal insulation; the facades are finished with waterproof paint. Roofs have the traditional and charming Andalucian glazed clay tiles on a waterproof membrane.
Interior walls are ceramic brick and are finished with a smooth layer of fine plaster, with decorative coving in halls, living room, and master bedroom. Flooring throughout the interior is cream marble with matching skirting and a decorative clay frieze on the large entrance hall and upper landing floors. The spacious terraces and porches are laid with rustic terracotta-effect clay tiles.
The many bathrooms in the properties are fitted with high-quality sanitary ware, built-in cupboards and marble vanity tops, which are double in many cases. The master bathroom has cream marble wall tiles to match the flooring, while the secondary bathrooms and the guest toilet have ceramic tiling with a decorative trim. The kitchens are fully fitted with high-quality wall and floor units and have decorative ceramic wall tiles.
The entrance door in these houses is hardwood-panelled and is fitted with attractive brass effect fittings and a security lock. The fitted wardrobes in each bedroom have latticework or louver doors and are fully fitted with drawers and hanging rails. The windows and terrace doors are of high-quality white plastic-coated aluminum. To complete the fittings, there are telephone points in the hall, living room, kitchen bedrooms, and master bathroom, with television points in the kitchen, living room, and bedrooms.
The gardens of the Midsummer Mansion homes are to be handed over with full landscaping and ready-laid lawns; they will be enclosed by a plastic-coated chain link fence, backed by hedging for additional privacy. With their own swimming pools within the private gardens, constructed areas of between 207 and 257 square meters, and plots between 700 and 886 square meters, these ten comfortable and luxurious homes should find eager buyers. The development itself is enclosed by a wall and has a gated entrance.