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Ref DPIR2503256
Type Villa - Finca
Bedrooms 10
Bathrooms 10
Parking Garage, Private
Garden Private, Landscaped
Pool Private
Built Area 5.065 m²
Terrace 0 m²
Plot 21.000.000 m²

Property Enquiry

This is one of the largest private hunting estates in Europe spanning 21 km2 from Casares to Gaucín into the Ronda Montain range. It comprises of various buildings, including a main house, a guest house, a chapel, various guard houses, stables, kennels and even it's very own private helipad.

Property Features

Climate: Air Conditioning, Fireplace
Condition: Excellent
Features: Covered Terrace, Fitted Wardrobes, Private Terrace, Satellite TV, Guest Apartment, Barbeque, Servants Quarters, Stables, Near Church
Furniture: Fully Furnished
Garden: Private, Landscaped
Kitchen: Fully Fitted
Orientation: North, North East, East, South East, South, South West, West, North West
Parking: Garage, Private
Pool: Private
Security: Gated Complex, 24 Hour Security
Setting: Country
Views: Sea, Mountain, Country, Panoramic, Garden, Pool, Courtyard, Forest
Utilities: Electricity, Drinkable Water, Telephone, Gas

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Area Information



Casares is a picture postcard village with a population of just under six thousand residents. Set inland from Casares Costa and just West of Estepona, Casares municipality has seen a dramatic transformation over the past decade, with new world class golf courses and residential urbanisations being constructed in the area, such as Valderama and Dona Julia golf resorts.

The unspoilt beaches offer a more traditional natural feel, however, in recent years more upmarket beach clubs and hotels have emerged on the coastline, bringing with them a more upmarket level of cliental.

Casares Village is a popular tourist destination with traditional cobbled streets and a variety of homely restaurants offering Andalusian Cuisine, the Village is particularly renowned for its view point and panoramic views.

Steeped in tradition the 12th century Castle, around which grew the present town center, was founded by the occupying Moors in 1361. Julius Caesar is even renowned to have visited the Spa of Hedionda and was cured of a liver complaint due to the sulfuric waters that still pour out from the local spring.

Property prices in Casares are still undergoing re-adjustment and offer some exceptional bargains for the price conscious buyer. However, with increasing demand and sales levels, this is set to be a short lived opportunity.