MARBELLA – The most expensive house in Spain has 12 bedrooms and is located directly on a popular beach. The property occupies an area of 3,900 square metres and is located on a plot of 9,000 square metres. Furthermore, the villa is for sale on the Idealista.com website.
However, not many people will be able to afford the asking price. The most expensive house in Spain has a price tag of €55 million. If the property is purchased with a mortgage and a down payment of €16.5 million – equivalent to 30% of the value of the property – the monthly repayment would be €197,352 over 30 years. That is an amount that only a few can afford.
The impressive villa is located in the exclusive area of Marbella Country Club and is surrounded by beautiful gardens directly on the beach. The property also features 19 bathrooms, a spacious living room and a fully equipped kitchen with quality furnishings and appliances.
In addition to its beachfront location, the villa also offers a cinema, gym, sauna, private heated pool, indoor pool, solar panels, guest house, staff accommodation, bar and a garage for 8 to 9 cars.
Second most expensive property in Spain
According to idealista.com, the other most expensive properties on the Costa del Sol are also located in Marbella. In second place is a 16-bedroom villa in Lomas de Marbella Club, in the Golden Mile, with a price of €35 million.
Third most expensive villa in Spain
The third most expensive property is a 16-bedroom villa in the Puente Romano area, for sale for €32 million, followed by a nine-bedroom villa in the exclusive Sierra Blanca area, with a sale price of €29.5 million, according to the information from idealista.com.