Oasis 325 features 215 exclusive homes specially designed for enjoying the Mediterranean lifestyle. The south-facing position, the generous area of glass and the ...
Oasis 325 features 215 exclusive homes specially designed for enjoying the Mediterranean lifestyle. The south-facing position, the generous area of glass and the spacious terraces ensure an optimum use of sunlight. Inside, the meticulous layout is focused on enhancing social life and preserving the privacy of the most intimate rooms of the house. The open-plan area containing the kitchen, living room and dining room extends outwards in the form of a continuous terrace. With an area of more than 30 square metres and a glass balustrade, you can enjoy breath-taking views of the natural environment.
Oasis 325 is exceptionally located, halfway between Estepona and Marbella. Its elevated position provides unparalleled views over the Mediterranean coastline. The natural quality of the site is complemented by excellent access to the main roads on the coast. With Malaga airport, luxury hotels, Michelin-starred restaurants, golf courses, paddle and tennis courts, hospitals and shopping centres, this area of Malaga's coastline has all the amenities you could possibly need to secure the lifestyle you've always wanted. Oasis 325 is the materialization of a design that provides comfort and pleasure. The high quality of the materials is complemented by a cutting-edge design, created by the distinguished architect, Joaquín Torres, and his A-cero Studio. A project that is also noteworthy for the orientation of the homes and their interior layout, especially designed to make the most of natural light and promote the use of community areas. The large terraces and spacious rooms continue into the communal, open and landscaped areas. The large swimming pool is situated in the centre of Oasis, providing a place to meet and relax. Protected from the outside by the buildings and surrounded by nature, the water has the appearance of a natural lake, private and serene.
The town of Estepona, with its 68.000 inhabitants, was previously an old fishing village, with its roots going back all the way to the 16th century. Estepona has ...
The town of Estepona, with its 68.000 inhabitants, was previously an old fishing village, with its roots going back all the way to the 16th century. Estepona has more than 20 kilometres of coast line and has recently had a major face lift, with restored facades and friendly, pedestrian streets. Estepona is one of the towns of the Costa del Sol that has been able to keep much of its typical Spanish charm and character. The Málaga airport is 40-50 minutes away by car.
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