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Thursday, August 14th, 2014

Four luxury properties with an added value

Within the exclusive luxury real estate sector, a property’s unique features make it very valuable, but occasionally houses also boast certain extra characteristics which give them an added attraction.

Such is the case with this stunning villa, located in the Monte Pego development on the Costa Blanca, only a few kilometres from the town of Jávea. This outstanding property was chosen as one of the main settings for the film The Counselor, which was released last year and directed by the Oscar-winning Ridley Scott. This spectacular villa had the honour of being the film set for various scenes during the motion picture, in which internationally-acclaimed actors such as Brad Pitt, Michael Fassbender, Javier Bardem, Cameron Diaz and Penélope Cruz were able to enjoy the breathtaking views while filming.

On the Mediterranean seashore, on La Malvarrosa beach, we find another of these exclusive properties, made even more special due to its historical background. This villa was designed by the Valencian architect Demetrio Ribes, who conceived other interesting buildings such as the Estació del Nord in Valencia. To this key historical detail, we must also note that the property has been fully-refurbished and is well-located, only a few metres from one of the most popular beaches in the city.

Location is precisely one of the most important characteristics which brings exclusivity to a property. A great example of this can be illustrated with this triplex which is situated in the heart of Valencia, in the Plaça de la Reina itself. The views from this luxury residence’s upstairs terrace are second to none, with the Miguelete and Santa Catalina towers and the Valencian Cathedral in the foreground.

A luxury location, together with exceptional architecture, are two factors which convert the final property on our list into a truly desirable asset. Situated next to the Valencian municipality of Cullera, this villa benefits from spectacular views over the Mediterranean Sea, with architecture mainly comprising steel and glass materials.

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