Cerrado Hills Mijas Costa is a new luxury development of just 13 magnificent villas, each with four en-suite bedrooms. These incredible villas are generous in size and quality.
Three of the bedrooms are located on the upper floor of the property, while another is located next to the living room. A large basement gives you the opportunity to modify the space to suit your needs; another bedroom, cinema room, wine cellar, a gymnasium? it’s up to you!
The properties are positioned so that they arch around one of the greens of the Cerrado de Aguila golf course. This also means you have spectacular panoramic views of the Costa del Sol.
The luxurious open-plan living area is designed to facilitate daily living and entertaining. The kitchen, dining room and living room are connected on one level to give you easy access and open areas from which to enjoy your views.
The bathrooms and kitchens are fitted only with high-quality products from leading European luxury manufacturers. The properties are also equipped with VTouch Pro, allowing you to control many aspects of your home with the swipe of a finger. Lights, blinds, security, heating and air conditioning can be controlled via an app on your mobile phone or directly via the touch panel.
Far from its rather unfair image as a British ghetto, Mijas Costa is thriving – socially, commercially and culturally. This is thanks in part to the property boom that hit in the early to mid-noughties, when thousands of British and Irish property investors and lifestyle buyers flocked to the area, pushing the expat population past 40 per cent, the majority from the British Isles.
Mijas Costa includes, among other areas, El Faro, La Cala de Mijas, Riviera del Sol and Calahonda but basically, the swathe of land between Fuengirola and Marbella is pretty much Mijas Costa. As a result of the British and Irish presence in the area, Spanish influences are somewhat diluted, but still noticeable, particularly in the new-build architecture. After all, a mock-Tudor mansion would look distinctly out of place on the Costa del Sol, so most private villas and large apartment complexes have stuck true to their Andalucian origins.