These villas are located in the epicentre of exclusive living in Spain: Finca Cortesin, situated in Casares in Málaga, between Marbella and Sotogrande, an extensive 215-hectare estate that also includes a residential complex with private villas, a palatial hotel, a golf course, a beach club, spa, five first-class restaurants and a heliport, with 24-hour security.
For those who are not familiar with this resort, Finca Cortesin has won numerous awards worldwide and is referred to as the Best Hotel Resort in Spain & Portugal, is ranked number 2 as the Best Hotel Resort in Europe and 11th in the list of ‘Worlds’ Top 100 Hotels’. In addition, the resort’s golf club is also very well known as a championship golf course and the renowned Solheim Cup will be held here in 2023.
This small residential complex, designed by Marcio Kogan and his Studio MK27, consists of just six single-family homes on plots of 1,800 m2, all in a spectacular and select location overlooking the golf course and the Mediterranean Sea, and was designed with energy efficiency in mind and the unique ability to customize the size and configuration of the home to suit the client’s needs.
Every room in the house benefits from wonderful natural light, having been designed with very high-quality materials. The finishes and installations are of top quality, with an emphasis on low energy consumption and the environment: the facade, roof, cladding, waterproofing, heating and air conditioning systems, ventilation and exterior joinery, plumbing and hot water systems, electricity and telecommunications systems have all been designed to ensure a high level of energy efficiency and low consumption.
Security was also of paramount importance in these designs, which means that the houses are equipped with the latest technology. The perimeter of the complex is monitored by a series of optical and thermal cameras, and of course each house has its own alarm system installed.
Isabel Duprat, who has enjoyed international recognition as a landscape architect for three decades and has worked with Marcio Kogan for many years, was responsible for the gardens and the swimming pool. The idea was to enhance the architecture while retaining the natural look of the indigenous vegetation.
The swimming pool will be filled with crystal-clear water, filtered through microspheres, free of chlorine and other irritants and cleaned using the latest electrolysis technology.
As you can read, these villas have many interesting technologies, including silence/sound, and Marbella Maison will be happy to send you the full catalogue with all the details as well as the materials and brands used for the kitchen and bathrooms, as well as the floor plans for a better understanding of the villas.
There are 2 types of houses available, which do not differ in style and view but in size and therefore in price.