Building plot in the center of Estepona for sale.
Are you looking for a house to build in the center of Estepona?
This building plot in the center of the city of Estepona . The surface of the plot is 227 m2 with an allocation of about 820 m2 to build, from 3 to 5 floors.
The ideal location, less than 5 minutes walk from the main square, the boulevard and the beach.
On the property there is an old building in bad condition to be removed with documents available.
ESTEPONA CITY CENTER :
The center of Estepona is considered one of the most beautiful on the Costa del Sol. Its architecture and its typical Andalusian essence, its pedestrian streets and its dose of modernity make it a unique visit. Let’s take a look at the most important places not to be missed. The oldest part of the old city is the Barrio de la Villa, which houses the remains of the Castillo de San Luis, the Moorish tower of the Plaza del Reloj and the Casa de los Aljibes, today the city’s archaeological museum. The most recent list of Estepona’s monuments includes 25 huge murals that cover the facades of the city’s buildings and a poetic tiled route that runs through the historic center. Since the beginning of the last decade, the City Council’s “Garden of the Costa del Sol” project has remodeled and revitalized dozens of streets and plazas in the old city. Residents were even given the opportunity to choose how they wanted to decorate their streets, which planters and plants to put in them, giving each their own personality and color palette. Much of the heart of the old town has been made pedestrian-friendly, allowing locals and visitors to stroll leisurely through traffic-free streets lined with whitewashed houses and lined with local stores, tapas bars and restaurants, serving all kinds of regional and international cuisine.
The main artery of the historic center, Calle Terraza, runs north-south from the botanical garden and orchidarium, opened in 2015, to the beach and is home to a wide range of banks and stores. Just to the west is the tree-lined Plaza de las Flores, with its orange trees and terraces.