Nestled in the exclusive hills of El Paraiso
Medio on the new golden mile between
Marbella and Estepona this unique, architect
designed villa is within a 40 minute drive of
both Malaga and Gibraltar airports on the
Costa Del Sol, Spain.
EL Paraiso villa - for sale
Find what brings you joy and go there
A light filled, airy, open plan home perfect for
entertaining. The living areas cluster around the
inspiring full height internal atrium and external
The extensive terraces face out over the
swimming pool to a wealth of sea,
Gibraltar, golf and mountain views.
This isn’t just another example of
cheap Spanish villas but a fabulous
The celebrity and yacht filled port of Puerto Banus is a mere 7-
10 minute drive, cosmopolitan Marbella only a little more. The
quintessentially Spanish fishing port of Estepona and the
gastronomic delights of Benahavis are equally accessible within
a 10 minute drive, or stroll to the
beach in just 15 minutes.
On your doorstep is El Paraiso golf club and the popular
Benavista commercial centre with a mix of bars, restaurants and
all your daily needs. A step further the beach, a choice of
international supermarkets, the Bel Air tennis club and a little
further a wealth of restaurants, bars, golf, country and sport clubs.
The architects view (www.arquimas.es) at completion (2006):
The house is conceived around a central core or glass box containing the stairs and a great void, that is
perceived from anywhere in the house, connecting the three floors of the building and revealing itself to the
outside via an open courtyard in the Southwest face. The house has one specific play in the sense that
contrasts fullness and emptiness: the hole in the top terrace of the first floor, that is the ceiling of the
ground floor, is covered with a skylight, through which passes the daylight and by night the spotlights at the
To elevations and volumetric level are a set of glass walls and solid walls, so between two parallel thicker
walls are supported "trays" of floors that "fly" off the limits to the northwest presenting streamed and no
parallel front lines between the different floors.
It is intended that the temperature inside the house be controlled by the building itself, the central glass
box containing the stairs is a natural "chimney" that regulates air flows and the internal temperature. The
building protects surfaces that receive more sunlight by using lattice slats and large overhangs on the
glazing and recessing the openings in the walls or patios.