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Middle Floor Apartment

3 bedrooms Apartment for sale in Monda

€ 105,000
Comparison €/m2
Community Fees
IBI (Municipal tax)
Basura (Garbage collection fee)

Features

Views

  • Street
  • Urban

Orientation

  • South

Setting

  • Close To Golf
  • Close To Schools
  • Mountain Pueblo
  • Village

Parking

  • Street

Features

  • Fitted Wardrobes

Climate Control

  • Air Conditioning

Furniture

  • Optional

Kitchen

  • Fully Fitted
  • Not Fitted

Condition

  • Excellent

Utilities

  • Drinkable Water
  • Electricity

Category

  • Resale

Description

Cozy south-facing apartment with 3 bedrooms, a bathroom and a toilet, located in the heart of Monda. The apartment is on a 1st floor and has access to a laundry room and a very large roof terrace shared with two other neighbours offering magnificent views towards the mountains and the castle of Monda.

In addition the community has a basement. The vendor is also including this in the asking price, it is current used as a studio).
Note: First floor without lift

ABOUT MONDA

Monda is a vibrant small town in the mountains just inland from the Costa del Sol.
Situated past Ojén, it lies in a valley at 365m above sea level and has a population of less than 2,000. It is well-linked by road with Marbella, just 15km away, as well as Coin and Cartama (for Malaga). Thanks to development on the nearby coast over the last few decades, the town has enjoyed new prosperity. It also hosts the famous Marbella Design Academy.
The village's dominant feature, which stands out for miles around, is the large stone building which stands atop the tree-covered hill above the village. Although this resembles a fortification, it is in fact a superbly-located and traditionally-styled modern hotel, Castillo de Monda, built on the site of the Moorish Castillo de Al-Mundat.

The town was originally occupied by an Ibero-Roman fortified enclosure established in the 3rd to 1st Centuries BC by the Romans. This was to protect the indigenous Iberian population and to defend the road leading to the more important town of Coín.

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