Valencia, Alicante, Altea, Spain
- Air Conditioning
- Internal lift
- Storage room
- South facing
- Close to beach
- Infinity swimming pool
- Underfloor heating
- Panoramic sea views
- Double garage
One of the true simple pleasures in life is waking up to the view of the Mediterranean Sea, which can be enjoyed from these fabulous statement villas.
The modern sophisticated design of the villas compliments the wonderful terrace with panoramic sea views where you can rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul at the end of each day with a relaxing dip in your own swimming pool where the water seemingly merges with the sky.
With floor to ceiling glass expanses from the living areas opening onto the terrace perfect for hosting a dinner party and to enjoy cocktails where guests can witness the magic of the seductive sky as the sunset over the sea brings out the most captivating pattern of colours.
The area of Mascarat is a spectacular enclave located 3 km from Altea and a few minutes’ drive from Altea Golf Club, formerly known as Don Cayo Golf Club, it is the oldest and one of the most picturesque golf courses on the Costa Blanca. With the exclusive Puerto Deportivo Luis Campomanes-Marina Greenwich located near the development, this prime location is also a true boat lover's paradise. The only marina in the world that coincides with the Prime Meridian 000º 00, it is the ideal place to rest and relax surrounded by luxury yachts, enjoying one of the most emblematic bays in the Mediterranean. The Marina itself offers a cosmopolitan lifestyle with high quality bars, restaurants, nightclubs, nautical/fashion stores, and numerous water sports activities suitable for all the family.
Synonymous with luxury living, Altea is home to some of the most sought-after residential areas on the Costa Blanca. Popular with the rich and famous, the town offers fantastic locations and facilities for boating, golf, and water sports enthusiasts. Its coastal boulevard offers endless fine dining options and a host of upscale boutiques to browse. Characterised by its blue-domed church and impressive beaches, this picturesque town is an entry point for educated travellers and artists alike, having preserved its beauty and elegance.
Each villa priced as follows:
Villa A1 Price: €1,950,000
Villa A2 Price: €1,850,000
Villa B1 Price: €1,850,000
Villa B2 Price: €1,950,000
New project of 4 luxury designer villas in Mascarat, Altea. Located 400 m from the beach and Puerto Deportivo Luis Campomanes-Marina Greenwich between the cosmopolitan and historic town of Altea and the upmarket beach resort of Calpe. Each villa has its own private pool and enjoys stunning sea views.
Each villa with south orientation will have its own private pool and garden. Built over 4 floors with an elevator for ease of transport the spacious accommodation will consist of on the main level an entrance hall, guest toilet, large open plan living area with floor to ceiling glass expanses, divided into a lounge, a dining area and a fully fitted high spec kitchen with large island counter with built in hob to enjoy cooking whilst admiring the fantastic sea views. The living area seamlessly opens to the outside blending indoor and outdoor living to enjoy the private pool and garden area. Upstairs on the first level there are 3 ensuite bedrooms with access to a terrace on the top level you will find the master bedroom suite with ensuite bathroom, dressing room and private terrace. On the lower basement level there is an integrated double garage, laundry room and storage area.
Many benefits include air conditioning, underfloor heating, telephone connection, electrical appliances, etc.
LOCATION Mascarat is situated between the towns of Altea and Calpe in the southern-most-point of Valencia. In a privileged location boasting wonderful views of the bay and Mediterranean Sea.
The area has excellent communications, with all the Mediterranean coast by the A-7 motorway and the peninsular center by the A-3 motorway. Altea is almost halfway between the airports of Alicante (61 km.) And Valencia (116 km.). By sea, only 65 miles from Ibiza and Formentera.
Mascarat is just minutes away from Altea Golf Club (formerly known as Don Cayo Golf Club), an exclusive golf club that has hosted international competitions. One of the features that make the Costa Blanca North a special place for golf lies in the differences between nearby golf courses, not only in terms of number of holes but especially as regards to its design and location giving a variety of challenge to both professionals and amateurs.
Near Mascarat you will find several private medical centres of excellent quality. One just 10 kilometres away from Mascararat with more than 25 years of experience. This is one of the most prestigious Medical centres of the Valencian community. It is a multidisciplinary medical centre with a highly experienced and multilingual medical team giving fully personalized service, ensuring the health of you and of your family.
In addition to the many restaurants on the Marina, Altea and the Costa Blanca North offer an enormous range of restaurants and eating houses from top Michelin star restaurants to beachside snack bars covering all prices and all types of gastronomic styles.
Due to the cosmopolitan nature of Costa Blanca North, the Spanish educational system has been complemented by a large number of prestigious schools, providing a wide range of private academic education from preschool through to high school, with possibilities for multilingual, bilingual and boarding, etc.
Altea itself is one of the most beautiful and sustainable towns in Spain and its viewing points are renowned. The Old Town is full of charm with cobbled streets to wander through finding fabulous local family-run shops whilst stumbling across some historic buildings. Along the way you will see remains of the ancient walls and gateways which protected the hilltop town from pirates.
The beautiful Plaza de la Iglesia church square with its blue domed church, the Virgen del Consuelo, taking pride of place. Although the church itself was built in the 19th century with work being completed in 1910, there has been a place of worship here for more than 900 years. It also bears the battle scars of the Spanish Civil War in the 1930s when one of the bell towers was destroyed by Franco's men. Plaza de Iglesia is a lovely, traditional Mediterranean square and is considered the heart of Altea. The atmosphere is bohemian and became famous for its artistic tendencies in the 1960s, attracting many musicians, artists and writers from all around Europe. Nowadays, Altea is the centre of cultural life on the Costa Blanca with its new Arts Centre and Concert Hall (Palau Altea Centre d’Arts). Alongside its many antique shops, there is the orthodox church of Saint Michael built according to traditional Russian architecture and consecrated in 2005.
Altea has a reputation for its famous restaurants located in the Old Town and along the wonderful seafront promenade offering both Mediterranean cooking and international cuisine. In addition to the many restaurants in Altea the area of the Costa Blanca offers an enormous range of restaurants and eating houses from top Michelin star restaurants, trendy upmarket Marinas bars and clubs to beachside snack bars covering all prices and all types of gastronomic styles.
Altea has no less than nine beaches. La Roda, Cap Negret, Cala de la Barra Grande, Cap Blanc, El Soyo, La Olla, Mascarat Norte, Mascarat Sur La Baretta and Solsida. Altea provides an optimal setting for water sports where you can enrol in courses for sailing, rowing, surfing and diving. Golf is another of the many sports that can be practiced all year round because the weather is perfect. The Golf Club Don Cayo is located in the Sierra de Altea, with nine holes and is located in the foothills of Sierra Bernia, the Golf Oliva Nova near Denia is a golf course of 18 holes designed by Severiano Ballesteros, the 5-star La Sella Golf Club Resort in the nearby cosmopolitan city of Denia was designed by Jose Maria Olazabal.
Altea celebrates many “Fiestas” and during the last week of September, the biggest parties of Altea and the Moors and Christians parades take place. The streets are alive with different bands, costumes, fireworks, bands and famous singers who sing and play in verbenas until dawn. In August you can enjoy the magnificent Castell de L'Olla, an unforgettable and spectacular firework display that is launched from platforms at sea an experience not to be missed.
Altea is renowned for its upmarket designer shops and boutiques and due to the cosmopolitan nature of the area of Costa Blanca, the Spanish educational system has been complemented by a large number of prestigious schools, providing a wide range of private academic education from preschool through to high school, with possibilities for multilingual, bilingual and boarding, etc.
The area has excellent communications, with all the Mediterranean coast by the A-7 motorway and the peninsular centre by the A-3 motorway. Altea is almost halfway between the airports of Alicante (61 km.) And Valencia (116 km.). By sea, only 65 miles from Ibiza and Formentera.
Why Costa Blanca North?
There are few places in the world where the northern part of a small coastline contrasts more with the south. The landscape in the south is flat and arid whereas here in the north mountains provide the backdrop to much greenery, orange groves, olive trees, vineyards, almonds, and cherries. An area where you will find many beautiful blue flag Mediterranean beaches, sand dunes, watch towers, natural coves, fishing ports and marinas where luxury yachts are moored. Inland you can still find charming Spanish villages and a part of Europe where life goes on the way it has for decades, with siestas religiously adhered to, and local customs and culture still very much a part of everyday life. It is a unique and very special Region in Spain, a stunning area of natural coastal and inland beauty with breath-taking landscapes offering a taste of “Real Spain”, an area dubbed Spain's “Jewel in the Crown” by the British travel Press.
The Costa Blanca North encompasses a region that includes the desirable towns of Altea, Calpe, Benissa, Teulada-Moraira, Benitachell, Javea and the city of Denia, also for the buyer seeking peace and tranquillity, the enchanting inland villages situated in the Jalon and Orba valleys where the land is never far from the sea and coastal resorts are within a 15-to-30-minute drive. There is a first-class range of real estate for sale in Costa Blanca North, from luxury beachfront penthouses to prestigious country properties, and from spectacular coastal villas to apartments.
The region’s supreme quality of life, attractive beaches, beautiful landscape, well-preserved natural environment, excellent climate, modern infrastructure, plus a traditional and cosmopolitan atmosphere, have transformed Costa Blanca North into a privileged place to live.
Costa Blanca North is one of Spain´s fastest growing golfing destinations with first class golf course and 5-star golf resorts with both Seve Ballesteros and José Maria Olazábal having both played a part in designing some of the Region´s courses. There is a tennis academy, ATF, set up by former world professional tennis played David Ferrer from Javea. The Equestrian Centre Oliva Nova is host to the international show jumping competitions MET with competitors from all over the world. The Region is the area of choice for many pro cycling teams and ten of the eighteen World Tour teams have chosen this area for their training camps. Looking to Ski in the winter you have the ski resorts of Javalambre and Valdinares in Teruel, only 2hr 30 minutes away enabling you to drive up to ski in the morning and still be back home in the afternoon should you want to enjoy winter skiing and the winter sunshine . With its 125 km coastline, the Costa Blanca North offers a wide variety of trendy upmarket marinas and yacht clubs, sailing clubs and an abundance of water sports.
What is unique about the property market in Costa Blanca North, Spain?
The Costa Blanca North is classed a very exclusive area within Spain. The British, Germans and Dutch have a long-running love affair here with a Region that is classed as one of the wealthiest in Spain attracting not only the well-heeled from Madrid, and Valencia, who have second homes here but more and more affluent expats from all across Europe and beyond, including North America, the Middle East and Eastern Europe.
Valencia, Alicante, Altea, Spain
NEAREST AIRPORTSDistances are straight line measurements
- Alicante(International)37.7 miles
- Valencia(International)65.5 miles
- Murcia-San Javier(International)70.8 miles
- Ibiza/San José(International)78.8 miles
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