The market values a design by García at 6.5 million euros

A house created by Ignacio García IGGA International on Marbella’s Golden Mile is described as a “masterpiece” by an international real estate company.

The last single-family house designed down to the smallest detail by IGGA International is sold for 6.5 million euros just a few months after its delivery to the client. The revaluation of the investment has been almost immediate.

This masterpiece is undoubtedly the most impressive modern villa on the Golden Mile beach.

This is how describes the project of Ignacio García, a renowned international real estate company that exclusively markets the sale of this recently built home in the heart of one of the most exclusive areas of Marbella.

The sale price of this magnificent home designed by García would be even higher if the plot on which it was built were larger. In any case, despite the fact that Marbella is probably one of the most competitive and demanding real estate markets in Europe, it has only been a few months since it went on sale for a buyer to hand over the reservation deposit.

For the Marbella delegation of the international real estate company, it is one of the most luxurious villas in Marbella, because it reflects the highest quality of luxury and innovation in one of the most coveted urbanizations where the sea and the city merge. An exceptional property that provides first class services, with home automation on all four sides and the highest security. Built by a renowned architect, it marks a trend on the Costa del Sol between the avant-garde, the modern and the sublime, raising the highest level of luxury.

Description – Detached single-family house with pool, 7 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms in 600 sqm of living space and 870 sqm built on a landscaped plot of just 985 sqm located on the beach side of Marbella’s Golden Mile.

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